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Public trustee, county leaders to draw financial picture into focus

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Mesa County commissioners will discuss with Public Trustee Paul Brown the likelihood that Brown’s office will turn over little or no money to the general fund this year. Brown is scheduled to brief the commissioners today about the ...

Student Spotlight, Nov. 14, 2011

By Staff

Ale House donating to Central High The Ale House, 2531 North 12th St., will donate a portion of proceeds from Nov. 30 to Central High School’s Service Learning Program. The Service Learning Program is a class for Central students who ...


Voters’ secret ballots may not be so secret after ruling

By Charles Ashby

The state’s county clerks plan to ask the Colorado Legislature when it reconvenes in January to make ballots exempt from the Colorado Open Records Act. The clerks say a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling in August that ballots are public ...

Tigers play Friday night at Stocker

By Staff

Prep Football Tigers play Friday night at Stocker Grand Junction’s Class 5A state quarterfinal game against Lakewood is set for 7 p.m. Friday at Stocker Stadium. Palisade’s Class 3A quarterfinal game against Kennedy has not been ...


Week’s Photos for Nov. 13-19, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Images captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

Clearing up the confusion regarding publication of legal notices

By Jay Seaton

As regular readers of The Daily Sentinel are probably aware, Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown moved legal notices about foreclosures from The Daily Sentinel to the Palisade Tribune/Fruita Times. Foreclosure notices provided a healthy ...

‘The Hurt Locker’ defining film of defining event

By Denny Herzog

Back when I had to spend a good portion of my week with my nose to the grindstone, a lot of films I wanted to see managed to get in and out of town without me ever seeing them. One of the benefits of retirement for an avid movie-goer is the ...

Printed letters, Nov. 13, 2011

By Staff

Gary Harmon’s article on the Moab uranium tailings requires correction as they are being relocated, not cleaned up. The original tailings dump was beautifully engineered and, prior to being exhumed, was in perfect condition, hermetically ...

Redistricting ruling is good for West Slope

By The Daily Sentinel

There is considerable hand-wringing and angst among Front Range Republicans, now that a Denver District Court Judge has chosen a map prepared by Democrats as the blueprint for dividing Colorado’s seven congressional districts for the ...

A message to our readers

By Jay Seaton

When I walked into the Sentinel building Monday morning the lobby was packed with agitated customers, and we still did not have an operating printing press. For two days we printed The Daily Sentinel at the Montrose Daily Press. Last ...

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