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Police blotter, Aug. 12, 2011

By Staff

Beware 29 Road bridge The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday issued a safety warning to river recreationists due to an abnormally large number of river rescues at the 29 Road bridge. Deputies and officials from the Grand ...


Dinosaurs rise again

By {screen_name}

JENSEN, Utah—The real Jurassic Park lies beneath a thin layer of dust, locked away from most human eyes for the past five years. In October the bones of hundreds of creatures, predators and prey all pressed together in death throes some ...


Over the Top: Tasers to fix Wall Street

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob thinks tasers might help straighten out Wall Street.  ...


Foreclosures decline in Mesa County during second quarter

By {screen_name}

Fewer foreclosures were recorded in Mesa County in the second quarter of 2011 than in the previous quarter or during the second quarter of 2010, according to data released Thursday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Foreclosure filings, ...


Printed letters, August 12, 2011

By Staff

The Aug. 8 front page article stated that several counties, and maybe the entire state of Colorado (and I suppose other states as well), may be required by the federal Voting Rights Act to provide ballots in Spanish. I know this is old news, ...


A vision for the Sisters

By The Daily Sentinel

The economic situation may not be right for Mesa County to engage in a spending program to enhance and preserve recreational trails on Orchard Mesa. But, to their credit, the county commissioners have initiated a process that could eventually ...


Deadly medicine

By The Daily Sentinel

When federal officers raided the Western Slope offices of Dr. Sam Jahani almost two years ago, there was considerable speculation about what they were investigating. Medicare fraud? Inappropriate billing? Prescription drug problems? According ...


Will Hillary be to Obama what Hick was to Ritter?

By Josh Penry

Somewhere out there, huddled in an oversized Washington, D.C., living room, an oak-paneled New York board room or perhaps even in the Secretary of State’s main conference room, a gaggle of Hillary Clinton’s closest advisers are ...


081111 Lake Powell Evan Archer

Best fishing at Lake Powell is uplake

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,660 msl Water Temperature 80-85 F PAGE,, Ariz. – The strict division between good fishing uplake and bad fishing downlake remains in place. The best fishing spots from last week include the main channel from Buoy ...


Kym’s League Golf Results August 11, 2011

By Staff

Kym's League - August 11, 2011 Low Gross 1st Dustin Riddle 36 2nd Mike Steves 38 T3rd Neil ...


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