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Printed letters, April 5, 2012

By Staff

Regarding the April 1 Daily Sentinel columns, “The best way to teach math in the 21st century”: Jody Mimmack and Bill Larsen argue, in their endorsement of yet another new approach to new math, that 21st century skills also require ...

Fruita says ‘No’ to marijuana shops

By The Daily Sentinel

The city of Fruita was among the earliest in Colorado to attempt to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries through zoning laws. That action, combined with a moratorium on dispensaries that was set to expire June 30 kept the medical-pot ...

Speedy gas permits?

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar this week that his department plans to cut the processing time for oil and gas permits by up to two-thirds is welcome news, indeed. But some skepticism is warranted. After all, Salazar and ...

Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club April 4, 2012

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - April 4, 2012 Field Shots - Flight 1 1st Shirley Webb 42 2nd Lynn Liljenberg 43 3rd Lynn ...

Texting lanes

‘Texting lane’ just for laughs, but issue serious

By The Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA — The sidewalk lanes for the digitally distracted may be a joke but officials in Philadelphia want the public to know the issue is no laughing matter. Lines on some sidewalks near City Hall now designate part of the ...

Email letters, April 4, 2012

By Staff

Obama shows lack of constitutional knowledge In his speech on April 3 to the Associated Press Luncheon, our esteemed president showed his lack of knowledge again. He refereed to unelected judges overturning acts of Congress. I am surprised, ...

On the Goe: Explosions in the Sky members tell stories with their guitars

By David Goe

It starts with a Fender guitar, sometimes a Stratocaster, sometimes a Telecaster. Occasionally, it’s the forgotten Fender Tornado. Whatever the case, it’s six strings tensioned perfectly between the headstock and bridge. A long ...

CMU, prep teams will play at Suplizio

By {screen_name}

With the stadium renovation ending completion at Lincoln Park, Colorado Mesa University and all four high school baseball teams will be able to play at Suplizio Field in late April and early May. Colorado Mesa’s series against Metro ...

Guest artist, students perform at Festival for Creative Pianists

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Almost $2,000 in prizes will go to the talented winners of the 2012 Festival for Creative Pianists, a festival for performers ages 19 and younger, from the area and beyond. The festival will feature an evening Guest Artist Recital by Gary ...


‘Now is the time to address (sage grouse) problems’

By Dave Buchanan

CRAIG — For a bird many people consider synonymous with the West, comparatively little is known about greater sage grouse. For years, hunters each fall left thousands of wings from harvested grouse in barrels scattered across the West, ...

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