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Police Blotter, March 31, 2010

By Staff

Woman accused of threat Katherine Macomber, 52, 585 25 1/2 Road, was arrested Monday on suspicion she had a man threaten to assault another man in her home. Macomber also is suspected of criminal mischief and tampering with evidence in the ...


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2 hurt as fire destroys rural home

By Amy Hamilton

Two people were taken to St. Mary’s Hospital when a fire destroyed a home northwest of Grand Junction. An elderly woman suffered burns and smoke inhalation in the fire late Monday night at 947 23 Road, the Grand Junction Fire Department ...


This tooth shall pass

By Steve Beauregard

It was about 3 a.m. the other night when I came up with the perfect birth control method: We’ll round up any couple out there thinking about engaging in unsafe sex and we’ll make them take care of my teething, screaming baby for 10 ...


Palin targets Salazar, but Coloradans should have his back

By Bill Grant

Even allowing some latitude for political hyperbole during the heat of an argument, drawing a bead on the opposition is poor taste at best and an incitement to violence at worst. By using the crosshairs of a gun sight to mark the districts of ...


Printed letters, March 31, 2010

By Staff

Emergency-room costs don’t justify health bill This is regarding the article, “Local supporters cheer health vote,” The Daily Sentinel March 22: “We already decided health care is a right by the way we treat ...


Politics of pettiness promote real violence

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t like what the other side is doing in America’s ongoing political battles? You can attack them, as so many people are unfortunately doing these days, by demonizing and applying scatological nicknames to those who think ...


‘Bus’ Bergman and Lou Grasso, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

Walter “Bus” Bergman and Lou Grasso had a number of interests in common. Both loved baseball and both were intimately involved with the National Junior College World Series held annually in Grand Junction. But more importantly, ...


Spring cleaning not just about things around you

By Sheri Fisher

We recently moved our clocks ahead for daylight saving time and marked the vernal equinox. It’s spring ... finally! As the weather gets warmer, I feel the urge to organize and clean anything that has been slightly neglected or ...


E-mail letters, March 30, 2010

By Staff

County and state rules will end tractor help I can relate to the problems of Jerry Darby as brought to our attention on The Daily Sentinel front page recently. This is more serious for farm-designated machinery than one can realize.  I ...


Tea Party Express to make GJ stop

By {screen_name}

The Tea Party Express, which kicked off a cross-country tour on Saturday in Searchlight, Nev., is to stop Wednesday in Grand Junction. Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate, kicked off the rolling protest, the third ...


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