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Blotter, Feb. 14, 2012

By Staff

Car accident victim ID’d The man who died in a car accident Sunday morning on the Interstate 70 Business Loop near 28 Road has been identified. Mick E. Stevenson, 34, of Grand Junction, died of multiple injuries after he fell from ...

Tipton: President’s spending plan adds to burden on taxpayers

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The U.S. Department of the Interior will get $11.5 billion under President Obama’s budget request to Congress. “We are helping to build a comprehensive domestic energy economy, creating American jobs and driving innovation,” ...

Pick a seat: JUCO offering reserved seating

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Fans who line up a couple of hours before the gates open for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series can sleep in this year. Every seat in the stadium can be reserved for the entire tournament, starting at 7 a.m. Wednesday. “Dana ...

Wrestlers ready for excitement, pressure of state championships

By Nick Walter

Anything can happen. It could be the tournament’s slogan. With eyes of a typically packed Pepsi Center crowd focused on wrestlers for the state wrestling championships Thursday through Saturday,  wrestlers are at the pinnacle of ...

Doing as we say in D.C., not as we (sometimes) do at home

By Jim Spehar

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Few of us, given the nature of current events, hesitate even for a moment to criticize members of Congress and others in our nation’s ...

Printed letters, Feb. 14, 2012

By Staff

In response to the Feb. 8 article on local students needing remedial work before starting college: Bill Larsen was quoted as saying a dip in funding for college-preparation programs in the district may have had something to do with the ...

House cleaning at the Point

By The Daily Sentinel

The decision by the Union Pacific Railroad to close off access to the area known as The Point, pushing homeless squatters out of the area, makes sense from a safety and land-management standpoint. The railroad needs to stabilize the riverbed ...

Probation for Bruce

By The Daily Sentinel

Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce is headed to 90 days in jail, and six years of probation for his December conviction on state tax-evasion charges. Bruce could have faced up to 12 years in prison for his crime, so his brief jail stay raises ...

Bruce sentenced to 180 days in jail, probation for tax evasion

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The father of Colorado’s Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights was sentenced today to 180 days in jail and six years’ probation for evading taxes. Douglas Bruce was sentenced Monday after his felony convictions for ...

Coroner: Man in fatal crash Sunday had high alcohol levels in system

By Amy Hamilton

A 34-year-old man who fell out of his vehicle and was run over by it was driving with nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. The deceased man, who was the driver of ...

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