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Grand Mesa Major girls ready for Southwestern Regional

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Mesa Little League Major girls can finally breathe. Grand Mesa begins play in the Southwestern Regional tournament Friday night against the winner of today’s game between the New Mexico and Texas East representatives in Waco, ...


Monument 10-11 boys win state title in Frisco

By Staff

North Boulder defeated Monument Little League once in the Little League 10-11 boys state baseball tournament, but it couldn’t do it twice. Monument beat North Boulder on Wednesday for the second straight day, 12-5, to win the state ...


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Month’s Best Photos for July 2011

By Dan Bennett

Celebrating summer’s fun with Daily Sentinel photographers  ...


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Distel, bystanders suffer from pepper spray

By Staff

Surveillance videos in the lobby of the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department show visitors and employees in coughing fits after the arrival of a pepper-sprayed fugitive delivered by celebrity bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman and ...


Man dead, another injured in I-70 rollover

By Staff

One man is dead and another was taken to the hospital with serious injuries following a rollover accident on Interstate 70 in Grand Junction this afternoon, Grand Junction police said. Around 3:15 p.m., a westbound pickup truck went off the ...


E-mail letters, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Compromise, not power-seeking, is strength of our nation The current deficit fiasco is, simply put, a manifestation of the huge divide in American politics today. As a committed centrist, the weeks of finger-pointing between the parties ...


Democrats line up to take on Rep. Scott Tipton

By Rick Wagner

Faced with the fiasco in Washington, we have to decide what can we do locally to help keep these political critters under control after they’ve spent a few trillion dollars we don’t have. We have to elect the right people. Since ...


Printed letters, July 28, 2011

By Staff

Our president and congressmen are more interested in gaining a personal political advantage by playing “Mickey Mouse” with our debt ceiling than they are in the well being of our country’s financial integrity. Each side is ...


Careful choices for Oil & Gas Commission

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. John Hickenlooper — the geologist, turned businessman, turned politician — made it clear when he ran for governor that he wasn’t interested in a wholesale rewriting of the state’s new oil and gas regulations. But ...


Another one bites the dust

By The Daily Sentinel

Congressman David Wu is no Anthony Weiner. Unlike the round-the-clock coverage of Weiner’s sex scandal, Wu’s story was eclipsed by the Washington debt-ceiling fight. He was embroiled in scandal and had announced his resignation ...


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