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West needs water projects, Tipton says

By {screen_name}

The growing West needs new water projects, but federal regulations are hindering efforts to increase storage for agriculture and growing populations, a U.S. House subcommittee was told Tuesday. “We need a sensible storage plan to plan ...


Blotter, Feb. 8, 2012

By Staff

Report of dog shooting Deputies responded to a suspicious incident Monday in the 400 block of 32 Road after a caller said someone may have killed a dog there, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. After responding to the ...


Local snowpacks rise, but are still below normal

By Staff

Snowpack conditions improved in the Upper Colorado and Gunnison river basins in January, but the statewide average changed little and remains well below normal, the Natural Resources Conservation Service says. The Upper Colorado was at 68 ...


Cops: Man shot friend in Paonia

By Paul Shockley

A Paonia man was arrested Monday night on suspicion of shooting his friend with a shotgun during an alcohol-fueled altercation, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Department. Galen Forrester Wood, 31, was jailed on suspicion of ...


Grand Valley residents appear to support Santorum; younger voters make up precincts

By Amy Hamilton

A sampling of caucus events attended by Daily Sentinel reporters indicated the most support for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, with candidate Mitt Romney often taking second place in the informal voting process. According to ...


Printed letters, February 8, 2012

By Staff

Abortion and poverty are closely linked We want to express our appreciation to the Mesa County Right to Life group who gathered at a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. The group dedicates ...


GOP races for a cure for Komen Foundation blunder

By Bill Grant

A shock ran through women of every political persuasion when the Komen for the Cure Foundation announced it was terminating its long support for Planned Parenthood. The proffered reason was because Planned Parenthood’s use of federal ...


Ethically, what is there to investigate?

By The Daily Sentinel

We were pleased to learn that the Denver District Attorney’s Office quickly came to the only sensible conclusion with respect to state Rep. Laura Bradford: There simply isn’t adequate evidence to prosecute her for allegedly ...


Greyhound won’t be part of new bus station

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Responding to an outcry of opposition from residents and property owners, a committee this afternoon unanimously agreed to eliminate Greyhound Bus Lines from its plans to build a new Grand Valley Transit bus station near Mesa Mall. The Grand ...


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Man suspected of shooting friend in Paonia

By Paul Shockley

A Paonia man was arrested Monday night on suspicion of shooting his friend with a shotgun during an alcohol-fueled altercation, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Department. Galen Forrester Wood, 31, is being held on suspicion of ...


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