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E-mail letters, Feb. 8, 2010

By Staff

Forest Service has beetle projects under way In response to The Daily Sentinel’s “Forest Service must act to save spruce forests” editorial, dated Jan. 26, 2010, I wanted to provide information on what the Forest Service has ...

Printed letters, Feb. 9, 2010

By Staff

Tea Party activists must fight for their candidates I don’t know for sure why people felt the Tea Party at Lincoln Park last year, put together by, was a step in the right direction. For the first time in years, thousands ...

Court’s campaign ruling means newspapers are more important than ever

By Denny Herzog

One of last month’s many threats to Western Civilization as We Know It was the Supreme Court ruling that gave corporations the right to spend as much as they want on political campaigns. As threats to our way of life go, it was right up ...

New Orleans recovery effort

By The Daily Sentinel

They may have been a bit dazed and bleary-eyed in New Orleans Monday, following Super Bowl victory parties Sunday night that went into the wee hours of the morning. But, in a city known for its party atmosphere, quick recoveries are expected. ...

Politics of anger

By The Daily Sentinel

A little less than a year ago, when the first of the Tea Party gatherings burst on the political scene, many observers dismissed Tea Party participants as right-wing wackos, stooges of talk radio or clandestine Republican ...

UPDATE: County offers to buy former City Market warehouse

By {screen_name}

Mesa County made an offer this morning to purchase the former City Market headquarters and warehouse in downtown Grand Junction, hoping to consolidate several departments and offices there and free up money for capital projects. County ...

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Taste of the Grand Valley 2010

By Dean Humphrey

Hundreds of hungry people sampled cuisine from the across the Grand Valley  ...

Lawmakers trying to protect river rafters

By The AP

DENVER — Wearing life vests and carrying paddles, commercial Colorado river rafters vowed Monday to fight for their right to navigate the state’s whitewater rivers after a Texas development company threatened to shut them down. At ...

Forest Service to spend $30 milion in beetle battle

By {screen_name}

The U.S. Forest Service will spend $30 million to attack the bark beetle infestation that has denuded 2 million acres of national forest lands in Colorado. Colorado senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet, both Democrats, announced today that ...

Sheen formally charged in Aspen; judge allows contact with wife

By Dennis Webb

Freed of a no-contact order, Charlie Sheen warmly hugged his wife following brief proceedings in an Aspen courtroom this afternoon. Prosecutors today also brought formal charges against the actor, including a felony menacing count, in ...

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