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Andrew Gulliford Column April 26, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Of the thousands of Indian rock-art panels in the Southwest, none are older than Barrier Canyon pictographs found throughout the San Rafael Swell. From tiny, 5-inch animal figures to stunning 7-foot tall human shapes with no arms or legs and ...


Don Childears Column April 26, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Coloradans, like all other Americans, want our banking system to work properly and our banks to lend money and fuel our local economy. On that note, we have good news to report. The regulated banking industry in Colorado is solid, growing ...


Legislature shouldn’t kill state’s death penalty

By The Daily Sentinel

If state senators follow the lead of their colleagues in the House, Colorado could soon eliminate the death penalty. We think that would be a mistake and we hope the Senate carefully considers the consequences of such action when it takes up ...


ShareFest focuses help this year at Clifton ShareFest focuses help this year at Clifton park

By Melinda Mawdsley

Selva Castellano was happy to spend four hours throwing junk into a Dumpster. The 16-year-old had no idea that disposing of broken bikes and dilapidated headboards at Clifton’s Candlewood Park could be rewarding. “It just feels ...


Death notices: April 26, 2009

By Staff

• Lonnie Harris, 50, Grand Junction, died April 22, 2009, at Family Health West’s nursing home. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mr. Harris was a derrick hand. Survivors include his mother, Mary Fiegel of ...


Kenneth Botham court

‘The Killing Season’ tests mettle of local law enforcement agencies

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It began with an argument that led to a mentally ill son fatally shooting his father. It ended with someone binding, raping and strangling a Mesa College coed inside her apartment. During the intervening months of 1975, there was so much ...


SPRING CLEANUP 4-24

Ready for Spring Clean-up?  April 26, 2009

By Staff

NO ELECTRONICS These electronic items no longer are picked up: TVs, VCRs, DVD players, game consoles, desktop computers, monitors, laptop computers, scanners, printers, cameras, MP3 players, cell phones, fax machines and copiers. Disposing ...


Blotter: April 26, 2009

By Staff

Attempted murder alleged • Jose Merced Gonzalez-Morales, 23, and Victor Perez, 19, have been charged with two counts of attempted first-degreempted murder and one court of second-degree assault in connection with a drive-by ...


Speaking of Science Column April 26, 2009

By Staff

As you sit comfortably in your chair reading this article, it may come as a surprise to learn that you are really traveling 816 miles per hour. I know this may leave you incredulous because you don’t even feel your hair blowing. But ...


Art Of Quilting Column April 26, 2009

By Sherida Warner

Granddad Wilson, like a quilt stuffed with batting, was chock-full of great stories that he loved to tell us of earlier times. One that especially sticks with me pertains to his mother, Mary, who grew up in a dugout along the banks of the ...


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