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Marsh rejoins Mesa State football staff: Leaving Fruita after one year ‘hardest decision’

By {screen_name}

Monday morning wasn’t the best for Shawn Marsh. The Fruita Monument High School head football coach had to meet with his team and tell the Wildcats that, after only one season, he was leaving. “It was a terrible morning for ...

Local Briefs, Jan. 24, 2011

By Staff

Kindergarten enrollment to open Feb. 7 Caprock Academy’s kindergarten open enrollment for the 2011–12 school year will begin Feb. 7. Completed enrollment packets will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through ...

E-mail letters, January 24, 2011

By Staff

Gessler should be applauded for initiative The Daily Sentinel sure likes to pick on some people whenever possible, such as new Secretary of State Scott Gessler. A front-page headline above the fold on Jan. 22 announced that Gessler ...

Maybe size matters in community efforts, but should it?

By Jim Spehar

Smiling faces, lots of joyful shrieks and laughter, families lining up to get into two important, brand-spanking-new public facilities. My first thought Saturday was that maybe the big city up the road might learn a few things from its smaller ...

Printed letters, Jan. 25, 2011

By Staff

Rep. Scott Tipton’s telephone town meeting last week was non-inclusive. I received my phone call well into the session. It was my impression that robo-calls were made to registered Republicans when not enough people dialed in to ask ...

Moonlighting as secretary of state

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several issues that rankle us regarding new Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s plans to work part-time with his old law firm to supplement his state salary. First, he knew that the secretary of state’s salary ...

Competitive districts serve the public best

By The Daily Sentinel

In the past 30 years, Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District — always one of the most competitive in the state — has been represented by six different congressmen, equally split between Republicans and Democrats. By contrast, ...

Lawmakers seek arrest power in finance subpoenas

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers want district court judges to be able to issue arrest warrants if people fail to show up for campaign finance hearings. House Bill 1117, issued today, would allow judges to fine people who ignore the ...

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Tangle knits hats for troops

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Customers of Tangle, a local yarn store located on Main St., are supporting local troops loop by loop. In November, the store began encouraging customers to knit helmet liners for troops serving overseas. One shipment was sent to U.S. Army ...

County to build East Orchard Mesa bike trail

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Bicyclists who crave pedaling around the orchards at the east end of the Grand Valley will have a direct and safer link from the Colorado River within the next year. Mesa County commissioners this morning approved a $352,000 contract to build ...

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