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Mesa State’s $19.8M building plan ranks high on list of state projects

By Emily Shockley

A $19.8 million classroom building project at Mesa State College ranks in the top 10 on a list of projects the Colorado Commission on Higher Education plans to recommend for state funding. The list, which will be submitted to the ...


Montrose to hold public meeting for Extra Aircraft report

By Staff

The Montrose County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday in the county’s board room to consider the latest proposal from Extra Aircraft. The board today made available for public review the Boyd Report, an ...


Grand Junction football removed from restriction

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The Grand Junction High School football team was officially removed from restriction today by the Colorado High School Activities Association. Grand Junction received a letter from CHSAA announcing the removal after voting on the issue at its ...


Printed letters, Oct. 8, 2010

By Staff

Wow! I finally read Janet Rowland’s recent, medical-marijuana article in The Daily Sentinel. She said it’s not up to her to take away any rights, but rather to uphold the state Constitution. That is very noble. What about upholding ...


Cary Kennedy

Cary Kennedy for state treasurer

By The Daily Sentinel

In the race for Colorado state treasurer, Republican Walker Stapleton urged us to “compare skill sets” between him and incumbent Democrat Cary Kennedy. “Who would you rather invest $1,000 with?” he asked. We’re ...


Reflections on the wonders of the world and universe

By Henrietta Hay

Not long ago, I watched a mother humming bird feed her baby. That night, I looked at pictures taken by the Hubble telescope of the still-expanding remnants of a star that exploded more than 900 years ago. And there are those who say the ...


Konola for Senate Dist. 7

By The Daily Sentinel

The campaign between Democrat Claudette Konola and Republican Steve King to replace Josh Penry as the state senator for Mesa County and a portion of Garfield County is a confrontation between two different philosophies about how to grow the ...


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Cold weather improves fall fishing at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,633 msl Water Temperature 70-72 F. PAGE, Ariz. — It finally happened!  Cold wet weather arrived making it very hard to get out and do any fishing.  But it is anticipated that this change in weather will ...


Search for man missing on lake thwarted by gangs

By The AP

ZAPATA, Texas — U.S. officials say the search for an American tourist reportedly shot dead on a border lake by Mexican pirates has been hampered by threats of an ambush from drug gangs. U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas said the search ...


Education, prison cuts expected to help budget gap

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republicans and Democrats say they will all have to give up some of their cherished programs as the state struggles to cut $1.1 billion next year. Democrats say public education will be a target again next year after ...


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