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Blotter, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Man accused of threat Robert Gene Maclaskey, 47, 2131 N. Ninth St., No. 2, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of retaliation against a witness and violation of a protection order, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Maclaskey ...

Sports in Brief: Monument to play for state title

By Staff

Little League Monument to play for state title Monument Little League will play for the Colorado state baseball championship in the 10-11 age division. Monument defeated North Boulder 18-0 in four innings Tuesday, behind a grand slam from ...

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54 charges filed in gas station frenzy, standoff at Clifton home

By Paul Shockley

Despite the man’s apparent refusal to attend court Tuesday morning, prosecutors filed 54 charges against the suspect accused of several crimes culminating in an hourslong standoff with police in Clifton earlier this month. George ...

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Palisade American Legion team dedicates season to Hellmann

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Gabe Hellmann’s initials are painted underneath the ‘P’ on the hill behind Palisade High School. They’re inscribed with his jersey number on the side of the Palisade American Legion baseball players’ caps. The ...

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Mesa County clears way for Dollar General store

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Two months after ditching plans to build a store in downtown Palisade, national discount retailer Dollar General is closer to opening one in Pear Park. The Mesa County Commission unanimously approved Tuesday a rezoning of a 0.75-acre parcel ...


Professor to head abroad for stint as Fulbright Scholar

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Mesa State College business professor Tim Hatten received a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach entrepreneurship to Danish students at Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College. Hatten will teach in Denmark’s capitol this September through ...

Colorado senators at odds with taxpayers over Gang of Six plan

By Bill Grant

Colorado Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet may have walked themselves out on a limb with their premature endorsement of the Gang of Six plan for raising the debt ceiling. After Obama’s speech Monday evening, it seems likely that only ...

Districts done well

By The Daily Sentinel

Gayle Berry is right. The attack on proposed state House districts by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb was off target. There’s no proof the districts were drawn primarily to protect GOP incumbents. It’s not that we think the ...

Tea time

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who watched President Barack Obama’s speech about debt reduction and raising the debt limit Monday night, followed by House Speaker John Boehner’s opposing remarks, may have been struck by a key point in both ...

e-mail letters, July 26, 2011

By Staff

Don’t reduce debt by cutting elderly programs The President and Congress are now considering a deal to pay the nation’s bills that could cut billions from Social Security and Medicare benefits for today’s seniors. Some in ...

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