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Bill retains high late fees for vehicles

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — New late fees for vehicle registration that upset motorists last year won’t go away under a bill approved by a House committee Thursday. But county clerks would have a clearer set of guidelines on when they can be ...


Not guilty plea in beating death near bar

By Paul Shockley

In a move that appeared to surprise attorneys on both sides, a 27-year-old man pleaded not guilty Thursday in the beating death of another man near a downtown Grand Junction bar in November. Sahr Benjamin Mbawa is scheduled for trial over ...


Hearing delayed for U.K. man charged in wife’s murder

By Paul Shockley

Despite assurances from a Colorado prosecutor that the death penalty isn’t an option, a judge in England on Thursday said he wanted more information on the subject before ruling on the extradition of a man accused of murdering his wife ...


Woman testifies in sexual assault trial of former church, school official

By Amy Hamilton

A 20-year-old woman who said she had a long-term sexual relationship as a minor with a former teacher and school board member testified Thursday that she didn’t know the contact was wrong. The woman gave detailed accounts of being ...


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Sparks’ pin carries Central past Paonia

By Allen Gemaehlich

For the second time in a week, Jaron Sparks was wrestling in a dual with the team result on the line. This time the Central High School senior came through, pinning Paonia’s Morgan Rieder on Thursday night to lead the Warriors’ ...


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Most post players have a signature move, whether it’s a pump-fake into the lane and a spin toward the baseline, a baby hook, a fade-away jumper or a power drop-step into the paint. Jenn Kimbrow’s signature move is all one motion. ...


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Adapting on the fly

By Allen Gemaehlich

The season hasn’t even started yet and the fifth-ranked Mesa State College baseball team is being tested. The Mavericks, who open the 2010 season with a four-game series at Dixie State (Utah) College today and Saturday, have rarely been ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 4, 2010

By Staff

King pushes more government This is in response to Rep Steve Kings’ Jan. 24 letter to the editor. He was lamenting the fact that institutes of higher education in Colorado aren’t in favor of his proposal to make safety training ...


Printed letters, Feb. 5, 2010

By Staff

Ignoring warming may have dire effects There have been some recent cheap shots at global warming and the introduction of new air quality standards. Logic would dictate that the environmental stresses observed on a small scale (i.e. pollution ...


Gassing up garbage

By The Daily Sentinel

A few of Grand Junction’s garbage trucks are getting gas — compressed natural gas, that is. The City Council’s decision Monday to approve the purchase of four natural-gas-fueled garbage trucks is the first step in a much ...


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