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Printed letters, Feb. 5, 2012

By Staff

As wine growers and peach producers in Mesa County, we wish to publicly thank the Mesa County Commission for passing a resolution opposing the Flaming Gorge Pipeline. The proposed project would be a 560-mile pipeline delivering water from the ...

Good news and bad on the jobs front

By The Daily Sentinel

President Harry Truman reportedly said he was “in search of a one-armed economist, so that the guy could never make a statement and then say, ‘on the other hand.’ “ There are plenty of “on the other hand” ...

Taking STOCK of pipelines, politicians, energy ownership

By Krystyn Hartman

The proposed STOCK Act (Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge), passed by the U.S. Senate Thursday, appears to be little more than an election-year ploy. The proposed act has been introduced and reintroduced over the past six years, and ...

Fighting for a fallen friend

By Nick Walter

With sweat smeared on his forehead in a back room at Brownson Arena on Saturday night, Ismael Gaoma remembered the words of his best friend, words that turned out to be some of Andrew Marquez’s last. “He said, ‘I’m ...

Former Mesa QB Mark Miller checks Super Bowl off bucket list

By Patti Arnold

When Mark Miller was playing in the NFL, he hoped he’d one day play in the Super Bowl. When a bad shoulder cut the former quarterback’s career short of that goal, he put attending a Super Bowl on his to-do list. Today, Miller, ...


Oscar Ruiz lifts Central to SWL wrestling title

By {screen_name}

Oscar Ruiz is supposed to be rehabbing a knee injury, but he wasn’t going to give up his senior wrestling season. The Central High School 113-pounder returned to the mat one month ago, just in enough time to make an impact. “I ...

Santorum vows assault on EPA, laws, if elected

By {screen_name}

MONTROSE — The federal government will play a smaller role in the affairs of the West should he win the nomination and ultimately the presidency, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum said. Santorum, one of the four remaining ...


Santorum rouses Montrose crowd

By {screen_name}

MONTROSE — Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum lashed out at President Barack Obama on Saturday for the president’s handling of threats to Israel, bringing many of the crowd of more than 400 to their feet. “I have never ...


Colorado timber at heart of craftsman’s honed skis

By Dennis Webb

When Matt Cudmore first clicked into skis he’d built and headed downhill, it was a revelatory moment. “It turns out it was the funnest ski I’ve ever been on,” Cudmore said. “I decided to make more.” The ...

Romney still strong in Mesa County

By {screen_name}

Four years ago in the Mesa County caucuses, Mitt Romney made mincemeat of his Republican opposition in the race for the Republican nomination for the presidency. Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts, garnered 1,189 votes, or 67 ...

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