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Mullarkey resigns from high court

By Charles Ashby

Chief Justice Mary M. Mullarkey resigned from the Colorado Supreme Court today effective Nov. 30. Mullarkey, 66, was appointed to the bench in 1987 by former Gov. Roy Romer. She was named chief justice in 1998 after then Chief Justice Anthony ...


Laughter helps sustain us, even through the perils of aging

By Henrietta Hay

Age does not eliminate the ability to laugh.  That’s one thing that keeps us going. Too many seniors think that they can’t laugh any more; there is no longer any reason to laugh. I think at least a trace of a sense of humor ...


Printed letters, June 4, 2010

By Staff

I am so happy to say that I attended the Republican State Assembly for the first time in my life. It was amazing. I found Scott Tipton to be a statesman. He has been married for nearly 30 years and raised his two daughters in this district. ...


A key connection on Riverfront Trail

By The Daily Sentinel

Nearly 25 years ago, members of what was then called the Grand Junction-Mesa County Riverfront Commission envisioned a trail following the Colorado River that would stretch from De Beque Canyon to the Utah border. Great strides have been made ...


Romanoff’s revelation and Obama’s jobs

By The Daily Sentinel

With apologies to “Casablanca,” we’re shocked — shocked! — to learn what the Obama administration has done. The White House has dangled potential jobs in front of two Democratic candidates for the U.S. Senate ...


Officers fired after transient camp incident investigation; no criminal charges

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper announced this afternoon that three officers have been fired as a result of an investigation into their intrusion into a homeless camp in May. The officers fired were Justin Roberts, 31, Phil Van Why, ...


Zip line owner focuses on search for employee

By Dennis Webb

The owner of a resort and a new zip line that crosses the Colorado River has postponed a grand opening planned for the ride for Saturday to focus on helping search for a resort employee who fell in the river. Wednesday’s incident ...


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Foal finds maternal attention of the goat variety

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Victory is hungry. And he lets Vicky know about it. The gangly newborn thrusts a leg toward her. He pokes his nose into her space. Sometimes she ignores him. Other times she butts heads with him, informing him it isn’t time yet. But in ...


Special Project: Political discourse today

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel wants to hear your thoughts about the state of political dialogue in the nation today. Specifically, we’re looking for feedback on the following questions: — Are politicians more vitriolic than they used ...


Train strikes semi near Hotchkiss

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An empty Union Pacific coal train collided with a semitrailer this morning near Hotchkiss, closing Colorado Highway 133 but causing no injuries, according to railroad and law-enforcement officials. The accident happened where J.80 Road ...


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