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Senate OKs bill to give rural legislators a raise

By Charles Ashby

A bill that will increase per diem expense pay for rural lawmakers is on its way to the governor. The measure, HB1301, passed the Senate on Wednesday without debate on a 21–13 vote, with 10 Democrats and three Republicans voting against ...


Judge mostly backs ruling on uranium leases

By Dennis Webb

A judge rejected a request by the U.S. Department of Energy for him to rescind his suspension of a federal uranium-leasing program in western Colorado, but he revised the order to allow for certain necessary activities by the agency. U.S. ...


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So, WTF? $2 million for Fruita?

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In higher-level math, it seems that W+T+F = about $2 million. Another equally valid answer is “priceless.” That’s the conclusion of Eric Mello, who looked at the reach of the stories about Fruita’s consideration of ...


Death Notices, March 1, 2012

By Staff

■ John Anthony Giardino, 89, Cedaredge, died Feb. 28, 2012, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. A viewing will be from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Cedaredge. A funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. ...


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Blotter, March 1, 2012

By Staff

Man accused of assault Evert Lee Sweatfield, 58, 421 Rosevale Road, was arrested Feb. 22 at St. Mary’s Hospital on suspicion of assault. According to the Grand Junction Police Department, Sweatfield was taken to the hospital after ...


Judge mostly stands by uranium leasing ruling

By Dennis Webb

A judge has rejected a request by the U.S. Department of Energy for him to rescind his suspension of a federal uranium leasing program in western Colorado, but has revised it to allow for certain necessary activities by the agency. U.S. ...


Strip clubs to casinos: Payments for welfare may cause mental duress

By Rick Wagner

Are you one of those pesky citizens who is always wondering where your tax dollars go? If so, you owe a bit of gratitude to Channel 9 News reporters in Denver, who recently did some investigative work on where welfare cash was being withdrawn ...


Printed letters, March 1, 2012

By Staff

I am writing to express my outrage over the antics of the Lions Club members during their parade. Their actions are more reminiscent of a poorly thought-out college prank than those of so-called community leaders. They have set quite an ...


Affirmative action once more in court

By The Daily Sentinel

When President John F. Kennedy issued an executive order decreeing that federal contractors should take “affirmative action” to ensure that people are hired without regard to their race, creed or color, it sparked what has so far ...


Email letters, Feb. 29, 2012

By Staff

There is enough land for oil shale research More often than not, The Daily Sentinel takes a level-headed approach to energy. However, the paper’s recent editorial on the Salazar oil shale plan misses the mark. If anything, the plan ...


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