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Pearson lures 47 swimmers to Mesa State College

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When Brian Pearson calls “everybody in the pool,” there might be a high-wave warning at El Pomar Natatorium. Pearson, the Mesa State College men’s and women’s swim coach, has commitments from 47 swimmers and divers to ...


Blotter, July 13, 2010

By Staff

Drugs alleged in arrest Mesa County sheriff’s deputies arrested two men Saturday night at 2953 North Ave. after officers responded to a report of a fight at the address. Ryan Patrick Green, 26, 267 29 Road, was arrested on suspicion of ...


Wine sales airport 070810

Vino to go—airborne

By Emily Shockley

Passengers at Grand Junction Regional Airport can now take a bottle of local wine on their next flight, a unique feature at an airport the size of Grand Junction’s. At the far left end of the counter at the airport’s new Subway ...


071310 Oil and gas leasing

GarCo’s energy value has fallen by nearly half

By Dennis Webb

The 2010 total assessed value related to oil and gas development in Garfield County fell to almost half of what it was for 2009, the county assessor says. Assessor John Gorman informed county commissioners Monday that the preliminary assessed ...


Down on the Farm: Progress report of local graduates in pro baseball

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Four Western Slope high school graduates are playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here’s a progress report: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa Drillers: The Central graduate is hitting .257 in his past 10 games with three doubles, ...


E-mail letters, July 12, 2010

By Staff

Drilling plan for Vermillion didn’t have full stakeholder support It would have been nice if Christi Zeller and David Ludlam, in their July 4 column in The Daily Sentinel, had bothered to get the facts straight prior to preaching on a ...


Printed letters, July 13, 2010

By Staff

Caskey led the way on immigration reform The illegal alien issues are in the mainstream, again. In 2006, the House District 55 Republican candidate researched and saw firsthand the devastation created by the illegal aliens who crossed the ...


Polanski problems

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several lessons to be gleaned from Roman Polanski’s 33-year-long sex case that apparently ended Monday when Swiss authorities refused to extradite the movie director to the United States. One is that if you’re going to ...


Species versus species

By The Daily Sentinel

The fight against tamarisk trees that have invaded much of the Southwest suffered a major setback recently when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it was abandoning its program of releasing saltcedar leaf beetles to eat the ...


Good stories, not political bias, drive most news reporters

By Denny Herzog

It’s generally taken as gospel these days that the media are biased. To the left. We can’t turn on our radios (at least not on the AM dial) without hearing it. We can’t watch any cable news channels without hearing it. We ...


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