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Thibodeau’s service play key for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

Jenny Thibodeau setting the Palisade High School record for aces in a volleyball match couldn’t have come at a more opportune time. Last Saturday in Durango at the District 8 Tournament, Thibodeau had nine aces in the Bulldogs’ ...


Tancredo picks up Palin endorsement

By The AP

DENVER — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has endorsed Tom Tancredo, the American Constitution Party candidate for governor. Palin urged voters today to support Tancredo, saying he will fight for lower taxes and smaller government. The ...


Grand Junction football game Saturday at 1 p.m.

By Patrick Bahr

According to Grand Junction High School Athletic Director Ned Pollert, the Tigers first round playoff game against Northglenn will be played Saturday at 1 p.m.  ...


Printed letters, November 2, 2010

By Staff

The recent Associated Press story, “Surgical mistakes persist despite safety protocols, finds study,” illustrates the fact that, despite much work over the last decade, our health care system still does not do enough to guard ...


Locals show how we can disagree without being disagreeable

By Jim Spehar

You know you’re outnumbered when the second-most liberal person in your group is Reeves Brown. That’s how it’ll be tonight when I join Reeves, John Crouch and Kelly Sloan on the set of KKCO to offer post-election commentary. ...


Toy drive still needs lots of local support

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate that Toys for Tots won’t be working to fill the stockings of less-fortunate children in Mesa County this Christmas. For more than 20 years, the program collected tens of thousands of toys for needy children here, ...


Taking on terrorists

By The Daily Sentinel

United States intelligence officials were undeniably successful last week — with the aid of some key allies — in thwarting several attempted terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Americans in every corner of the country — not just ...


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Salvation Army in need of holiday turkeys

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Halloween is officially over and now it’s time to talk turkey. Thanksgiving turkey that it. The Salvation Army kicked-off the month of November with a turkey call asking for generous donations from the public for both the Thanksgiving ...


Woolly mammoth, mastodon excavation set to start

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Researchers are preparing to excavate the bones of some ancient animals found near Snowmass Village. Crews from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science plan to start removing the bones Tuesday under an agreement ...


Garfield trio spends night rescuing nine

By Dennis Webb

Nine people are safe and sound thanks to an all-nighter by three Garfield County rescuers Sunday night, the Garfield sheriff’s office said. Three men from Garfield County Search & Rescue Inc. first rescued three people who were ...


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