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Affidavit: Man may have been burned alive

By Amy Hamilton

A man who died after his Orchard Mesa camper was set ablaze may have been alive before the fire was started, according to recently released arrest affidavits. Lucos John Schultz, 22, and Julius Sutton, 26, have been booked in the Mesa County ...


West Slope House races draw donors’ attention

By Charles Ashby

The general election is four months away and two Colorado House races on the Western Slope already have the attention of donors in both parties in the state. That’s because the voter registration numbers in the two districts — ...


Supreme Court ruling is a threat to Americans’ freedom of choice

By Rick Wagner

I missed writing a column last week and, when a couple of people asked me why, I answered as I usually do in such situations: liberal media suppression. Unfortunately, it wasn’t that dramatic. I was out of town and my editor quite ...


Printed letters, July 5, 2012

By Staff

There has been (and will continue to be) much written and said about the recent Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act, pejoratively known as Obamacare. Once the wild histrionics have subsided, we hope that we can come to ...


Mexico turns to its past seeking brighter future

By The Daily Sentinel

Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico’s president-elect following this week’s voting, is a handsome and energetic young politician who has vowed to boost the Mexican economy and break away from the country’s political past. He ...


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Durango’s Frank Fristensky enjoying time leading intimate excursions across Europe

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Frank Fristensky bought a classified ad in the Daily Sentinel to find new travel companions. The 64-year-old owner of the EuroAm Travel Club offers “a different way of experiencing Europe since 2003,” according to his ad. Three ...


Better ways to kill mosquitoes than a slap or spray

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Mosquitoes are beginning to bug western Colorado, from Paonia to the Grand Valley. In Paonia, residents are itching to have the North Fork Mosquito Abatement District spray for the bloodsucking bugs. District officials, however, find the ...


Grand Valley finds ways to celebrate without fireworks

By Amy Hamilton

A Fourth of July without fireworks?! The injustice of it was just about too much for eight-year-old Jordan Stewart, said his mother, Cassy. The Stewart family, including Reese, 2, spent the morning in downtown Palisade to attend the annual ...


Death notices, July 5, 2012

By Staff

■ Ernest Barefield, 83, Fruita, died July 3, 2012, at Family Health West. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Fruita Funeral Home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Fruita Assembly of God. Burial to follow at ...


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Fireworks: Offense backs Mejias in Rockies’ win over Owlz

By Patti Arnold

Alving Mejias doesn’t waste time when he’s on the mound. Just ask the Orem Owlz, who for six innings Wednesday were shut down by the fast-working right-hander from Venezuela in the Grand Junction Rockies’ 7-2 win at Suplizio ...


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