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Getting It Right, Oct. 12, 2010

By Staff

A headline on Page 5A Sunday should have described the two people killed in the crash of a small plane in southern Utah as National Park Service employees. Zach Padilla was incorrectly identified in Monday’s Student of the Week article. ...


Health Briefs, Oct. 12, 2010

By Staff

Clinic sees new medical director The Marillac Clinic is getting a new medical director. On Oct. 25, Dr. Monique Morisseau will become medical director of the clinic, stepping into the position currently held by Dr. Amy Davis. After the ...


Mesa State’s Howard wins RMAC award

By Staff

College Volleyball Mesa’s Howard earns RMAC award Mesa State libero Whitney Howard is the RMAC Volleyball defensive player of the week. The senior from Bayfield had a team high 44 digs in three matches last week, averaging 4.40 digs ...


Prep Football Standings, Monday, Oct. 11

By Staff

Southwestern Conference Conference Overall W L W L Fruita Monument 2 0 2 4 Grand Junction 1 0 5 1 Montrose 0 0 4 2 Durango 0 1 3 3 Central 0 2 1 5 Last Week’s Games Grand Junction 49, Central 21 Fruita Monument 42, Durango ...


101210 MOAB RIDE

24 Hours of Moab, facts and figures

By Robert Garcia

The 16th Annual 24 Hours of Moab endurance mountain bike race attracted more than 1,500 participants last Saturday and Sunday. Held approximately 15 miles south of Moab, Utah, nearly 4,000 racers, support crews and spectators created a ...


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Tennis makes life easier for Grand Junction’s Ledebur, who has autism

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Transferring from a private school to a public high school was difficult enough. Tennis made the transition much easier. Now, Luke Ledebur, who has autism, is discovering success that at one time seemed unattainable. “It was different ...


Printed letters, Oct. 12, 2010

By Staff

Taxes have been used to fund wars After some research, I find that throughout the history of our nation during wartime, taxes were raised to help pay for the wars — as much as 50 percent during World War II — except during the ...


Palisade rural district needs a revenue boost

By The Daily Sentinel

Generating adequate revenue for a fire district is typically a difficult proposition, especially when that revenue comes almost exclusively from property taxes. But the Palisade Rural Fire District faces a unique revenue calamity in coming ...


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Vote ‘Yes’ on county’s Referred Measure 1A

By The Daily Sentinel

There will, we realize, be court challenges to any community effort to ban medical marijuana dispensaries under a state law adopted earlier this year. Ultimately, the question of whether such bans are constitutional will almost certainly be ...


Good reporting is still the heart of newspaper work

By Denny Herzog

Some of the best reporting in Colorado last week was in the pages of The Daily Sentinel, a couple of stories by Will Woody about the deal that may or may not be struck between Montrose and Extra Aircraft LP. Extra is an aircraft manufacturer ...


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