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Panel will study carbon-emission storage

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter has instructed his administration to create a task force to study numerous questions surrounding the concept of storing carbon underground to keep it from contributing to climate change. The Ritter administration is taking ...

Mavs still trying to find their way on the diamond

By {screen_name}

For five years, the Mesa State College baseball team has been the lead dog in the RMAC. “This year we don’t have to be the lead dog from the start,” coach Chris Hanks said. “We can nip at their heels, but we’ve ...

Mesa State’s Dominguez is regional player of year

By Staff

Michael Dominguez of Mesa State College has been selected the Daktronics Central Region player of the year. The 6-foot-3 senior guard from Santa Fe, N.M., is averaging 21 points a game for the Mavericks (22-5), who are the No. 2 seed in this ...

CDOT: Crews blast rock; I-70 closed until at least Thursday

By Melinda Mawdsley

Interstate 70 remains closed and will not open to traffic until Thursday at the earliest, according to an update from the Colorado Department of Transportation. At 6 p.m. today, CDOT maintenance crews blasted a large rock above I-70 and began ...

Pushing the gas pedal

By The Daily Sentinel

Like Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry, we’re encouraged by the proposal announced last week by Gov. Bill Ritter that would promote the use of Colorado’s natural gas to reduce Front Range air pollution. Penry made it clear he is ...

Up, up and away

By The Daily Sentinel

Up to $900 for an airplane ticket to Denver in the wake of the closure of Interstate 70? Sharp business practice, indeed. Unfortunately, the high prices reported in The Daily Sentinel Wednesday are more a function of the airlines’ ...

Of payday loans and pot laws

By Rick Wagner

I am not sure what it says about a state where it’s easier to distribute marijuana than it is to make a payday loan, but I guess we’re going to find out. A bill to regulate the interest rate for companies that advance money on ...

Printed letters, March 11, 2010

By Staff

I feel like I went to sleep in Fruita and woke up in Boulder. First, it was licensing marijuana shops and wanting to tax them a paltry 5 percent tax. Then the Fruita City Council voted to license a convenience store, abutting Fruita Monument ...

Over the Top, Jail time

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob discusses crime and punishment, and says which jails are better than others for serving time.  ...

E-mail letters, March 10

By Staff

Wind is creating jobs for Leitner-Poma Regarding the recent Daily Sentinel article, “Jobs report a bit of a Stretch,” I feel that clarification is required. Leitner-Poma of America is actively forging ahead with our wind turbine ...

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