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E-mail letters, Aug 10, 2010

By Staff

Proposition 8 was invalid no matter who sat as judge The Daily Sentinel’s editorial asserting that Judge Walker should have disqualified himself from ruling on the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8 is based on a ...


Sen. Michael Bennet wins Democratic nomination in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet has fended off a primary challenge from a rival who waged a relentless anti-establishment campaign. Bennet was appointed last year and backed by the White House after predecessor Ken Salazar ...


McMahon takes GOP Senate primary in Connecticut

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Linda McMahon of Connecticut, the former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, easily won the Republican Senate nomination tonight, joining the nationwide roster of political outsiders who will carry the GOP banner into the ...


Scott wins state House race, Hislop concedes

By Charles Ashby

Though he trailed most of the evening, Bob Hislop finally conceded the race for House District 54 to Ray Scott by 10:30 p.m. Hislop, who out-raised Scott by more than three-to-one in campaign donations, couldn’t get passed voters who ...


Orchard Mesa eliminated from Southwestern Regional

By {screen_name}

The Orchard Mesa Little League major boys lost 10-0 to Pearland (White) Little League from Texas in the semifinals of the Southwestern Regional Little League Tournament in Waco, Texas. Orchard Mesa fell behind 7-0 after three innings. ...


Man arrested in armed robbery of 2 pharmacies

By Paul Shockley

A 54-year-old man was arrested today on allegations he robbed two local pharmacies in the span of two months. Joel David Crawford was arrested this afternoon at his home, according to a press release from the Grand Junction Police ...


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Hereford Steak and Sushi opens doors

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The new Hereford Steak and Sushi softly opened its doors Monday night with a full menu featuring steak, sushi and Asian fusion menu items. “The food last night was awesome,” said Adam Norwig, head sushi chef. Norwig said the ...


Pact will protect 355,000 acres of wildlife habitat

By Dennis Webb

Agreements with energy companies under the state’s new oil and gas rules will protect more than 550 square miles of wildlife habitat in northwest Colorado, Gov. Bill Ritter said today. The protections cover 355,000 acres, including ...


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Grand Junctionites share their ‘Aha’ moments

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Most people have had the experience when, within a millisecond, their brains put together information into a useful idea, leading to the exclamation, “Aha!” These are the moments that insurance company Mutual of Omaha are looking ...


Chipeta Ladies League August 10, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - August 10, 2010 Combined Score 1st Gross Alex R., Terry R. 76 2nd Gross Stella V., Loretta C. 79 1st ...


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