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Coal conundrum

By The Daily Sentinel

Adopting a public policy measure that significantly increases the demand for natural gas produced in Colorado is a prudent thing to do for lawmakers who want to boost the economic fortunes of this state. But encouraging the development of new ...


Attorney General Suthers should serve Colorado, not GOP

By Bill Grant

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is one man in 10,000. On his MSNBC broadcast Monday night, Keith Olbermann quoted this aphorism by Dutch playwright Maurice Maeterlinck: “At every crossroads on the path that leads to the future, ...


A sign of relief for state budget

By The Daily Sentinel

Three cheers may not be in order for the latest state budget numbers, released last Friday. But a collective sigh of relief certainly is. At least this wasn’t another instance in which the revenue forecast took another nosedive, and more ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2010

By Staff

Common sense, not lethal force Regarding the Feb. 28 shooting of Brent Ingram, clearly there was no reason to shoot at an intoxicated man with a pocketknife. What has become of non-lethal weapons such as pepper spray, tear gas, Tasers or ...


Work begins to repair I-70 after rockfall

By Dennis Webb

Permanent repairs began Monday on damage from a rockfall incident that closed Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon for several days. Flatiron Construction Corp. will be doing the work at an estimated cost of $860,000. The total cost from the ...


Nasty weather in Montrose postpones prep events

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Poor weather in the Montrose area has caused the postponement of two prep sporting events. Grand Junction’s soccer game against Montrose and Central’s tennis match against Montrose are both postponed until a later date. Since ...


Ingram Brent file mug

GJPD officers cleared in fatal motel shooting

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said a pair of Grand Junction Police Department officers had no other choice but to fire their handguns at an intoxicated man armed with a knife who allegedly charged at one of the officers during ...


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Lake Powell fishing awaiting change in weather

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,619 msl Water Temperature 49-54 F PAGE,Ariz. – Lake level has been stable for two weeks.  Water temperature has risen briefly but wind today puts it right back at 51 degrees Tuesday morning.  With these ...


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BLM seeking info on road sign vandalism

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking the public’s help in finding the people responsible for about $5,000 worth of vandalism at 18 Road last week. Sometime late last week, two BLM kiosks at the entrance to a popular mountain-biking ...


13 attorneys general sue over health care overhaul

By The AP

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Republican attorneys general from 13 states are suing the federal government to stop the massive health care overhaul, claiming it’s unconstitutional. The lawsuit was filed immediately after President Barack ...


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