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Printed letters, Jan. 17, 2012

By Staff

I was stunned and appalled to see the editorial choice made by The Daily Sentinel on Jan. 13. On the front page with a wonderful story about our Colorado National Guard troops returning home after a long year in Afghanistan, the Sentinel ...


How much will we sacrifice in the name of security?

By Jim Spehar

“It is harder to preserve than obtain liberty.” — John C. Calhoun. They all looked very official as I awaited the arrival of the Allegiant Air flight last Thursday out at the airport formerly known as Walker Field. ...


Efficiency is hallmark of new county building

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County residents who expect opulence in the new County Central Services Building may be disappointed. The former City Market warehouse is reasonably well outfitted with lots of wood trim, tile floors and plenty of windows and skylights. ...


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Two Parachute men jailed in woman’s disappearance

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Two Parachute men are in custody in North Dakota in connection with the disappearance of a Montana teacher who authorities say is dead. Lester Vann Waters Jr, 47, and Michael Keith Spell, 22, were being held Sunday night in the Williams ...


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Partnership takes bite out of price for animal control

By Amy Hamilton

A partnership between the city of Delta and nonprofit animal rescue group Citizens for Animal Welfare and Shelter, or CAWS, is helping provide a broader range of animal services in Delta. About a year ago, the city of Delta trimmed back some ...


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Gymnast hopes to compete in London

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When Charlie Tamayo raised his right hand and spoke the oath of American citizenship, he removed one of the last non-athletic obstacles to representing the United States in the 2012 Olympic Games in London this summer. “Now that ...


Collaborative effort intends to fuel natural gas

By Dennis Webb

Entities in two of Colorado’s major regions for natural gas production are discussing looking at ways to work together to further the fuel’s use in vehicles. Officials in Garfield and Weld counties and the city of Grand Junction ...


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Student of the Week, Jan. 16, 2012

By Staff

GPA: 4.0 After-school activities: Theater, tennis. Favorite book: “The Christopher Killer” by Alane Ferguson. Favorite TV show: “CSI: New York.” Favorite band or musician: Barlow Girl. Parents: Doug and Laura ...


Student Spotlight, Jan. 16, 2012

By Staff

Katelyn Baker of Grand Junction was named to the dean’s list for fall 2011 at Marquette University in Milwaukee. Several students were named to the Montana State University president’s or dean’s honor roll for the fall 2011 ...


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Martin takes football job at Mesa

By {screen_name}

Colorado Mesa University has hired one of the best offensive football coaches in the RMAC to lead its program. University of Nebraska-Kearney offensive coordinator Russ Martin, 56, will be introduced as CMU’s new head football coach ...


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