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Facebook campaign supports Mormon leader’s speech

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Facebook campaign launched in support of a Mormon church leader’s sermon on same-sex relationships has drawn more than 4,000 responses. The “I support Boyd K. Packer” page was started Oct. 5, two ...

Mesa County budget poised for 10 percent hit

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The knife Mesa County used to trim its budget this year will cut deeper across all county departments next year, and finance officials warn they expect revenue to fall further before any rebound emerges on the horizon. Acting County ...

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24 Hours of Moab

By Robert Garcia

Robert Garcia checks in on the all-day, all-night mountain biking affair in Moab.  ...

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Shoe display represents Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

More than 900 pairs of shoes stacked in a clear cylinder were unveiled today just outside JC Penney at Mesa Mall. The shoes represent the 900 cases of domestic violence reported in Mesa County this year and are a part of the “Walk a ...

Broncos already rule out 5 players for next week

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos will be without three key members of their secondary when they face the New York Jets next weekend. Coach Josh McDaniels said today that safeties Brian Dawkins (knee) and Darcel McBath (ankle) and ...

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Student of the Week: Zach Padilla, Central High School senior

By Special to the Sentinel

GPA: 3.96 After-school activities: Football, basketball, work, hunting, fishing and dirt biking. Favorite book: “Prey” by Michael Crichton. Favorite TV Show: “Nitro Circus,” “Fantasy Factory,” ...

Monumental photos

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel is publishing a book of photographs of Colorado National Monument in celebration of the monument’s 100th anniversary in 2011. Our photographers have captured the grandeur of the monument landscape. And we’ll ...

Law punishing fake heroes may go to Supreme Court

By The AP

DENVER — The Justice Department is battling to save a federal law that makes it illegal to lie about being a war hero, appealing two court rulings that the statute is an unconstitutional muzzle on free speech. The fight could be carried ...

Colo. authorities search area near Vail for hiker

By The AP

VAIL — Colorado authorities are searching for a Chicago hiker who hasn’t been heard from for a week. The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office says the search for James Nelson resumed today. The 31-year-old set out on a five-day ...

Bennet meets Buck in another debate

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Senate race shifts into high gear this week with the candidates planning several debates, starting this evening in Denver. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet faces off with Republican Ken Buck at the University of ...

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