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Week’s Best Photos for Oct. 31 - Nov. 6, 2010

By Staff

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


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Week in Sports for Oct. 31-Sept. 06, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Grand Junction hosts Northglenn in postseason

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School football team got the 10th overall seed in the Class 5A state football playoffs and will host 23rd Northglenn. The game will be played at Stocker Stadium, but the time and date hasn’t been determined ...


Abundant reasons to change ballot process

By The Daily Sentinel

By Wednesday morning, Coloradans will know which of the multitude of proposed amendments to Colorado’s Constitution have been approved by voters — if any. What they won’t know, in the case of several important ballot ...


Vote and be counted

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who haven’t cast their 2010 election ballots yet, there are still several opportunities to do so. Those who applied for and received mail-in ballots can still turn them in to any Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office ...


Printed letters, Oct. 31, 2010

By Staff

I was recently invited to a private showing of the movie, “Waiting for Superman.” It was an excellent movie about the need for public school reform and the problems that parents and students face with our public school system. The ...


Local card group shows why political consensus is tough

By Denny Herzog

It was Thursday morning and four guys gathered at a Grand Junction home to play bridge, just as they do nearly every Thursday morning. They were alike in many respects: All males, all middle-aged, all white, all Coloradans, all retired or ...


Gumballs disappeared rapidly in nasty campaign season

By Bob Silbernagel

When we at The Daily Sentinel initiated our gumball grading system early in September, we had only one preconceived notion: Candidates of both parties and the independent groups that support them would engage in petty political attacks that do ...


Jussel: San Francisco likely to put another nail in Broncos’ coffin

By Rick Jussel

Normally, I block out a chunk of Sunday to observe the antics of the Denver Broncos. Last Sunday, that routine changed. At 2:18 MDT (I did indeed check my watch), I was in a room devoid of television, radio or computer access, turning ...


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Marathon man: Local runner has gone the distance in all 50 states

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When Bryan Baroffio completed his first marathon in April 2004 in Moab, his family thought that was it. So did he. “After the race I was pretty sore and beat,” Baroffio said. “We got back to the hotel room, I’m laying ...


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