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Some juveniles deserve to be charged as adults

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado has a system for dealing with violent juvenile criminals that has worked well for nearly 20 years. It allows prosecutors to “direct file” adult criminal charges against violent offenders as young as 14. Youths who are ...


Transportation troubles

By The Daily Sentinel

It was welcome news last week to learn that the U.S. Senate, with bipartisan support, passed a national transportation bill that would authorize funding for roads, bridges and mass transit. Those things are critical to this nation’s ...


Best of Bridge, March 18, 2012

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: March 7: Martha Scott and Anita Knaysi; Linda Scibienski and Mary Blackburn; Helen Bledsoe and Evelyn Saxton. March 8: Kathy Worden and Pat Kelley; Daphne Bevill and Eldon Bevill; Darlene Clark and ...


Your Town: March 18, 2012

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Spring has sprung. Well, officially, it will be spring on Tuesday, March 20, at precisely 1:14 a.m. EDT, according to http://www.almanac.com. The one thing we don’t know — officially — is whether it will it be warm or cold, ...


Pet’s diet no simple matter

By Staff

What is the best food for my pet? By CHARLE THIBODEAU Special to the Sentinel A substantial, and rather confusing,  array of pet foods line store shelves. High protein, low carbohydrates, no grain, low fat and reduced calorie are just ...


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General aviators want airport hangars to remain accessible

By Amy Hamilton

Eddie Clements was in high school when he was bitten by the aviation bug. As teenager, Clements would ride his bicycle to what is now the Grand Junction Regional Airport, so he could work odd jobs for small-airplane pilots and try to get his ...


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Area officials on the airport controversy

By Staff

What Mesa County Commissioners are saying: “A few people now have brought so much attention to the Grand Junction airport that TSA won’t even talk to anybody. The airport was not thought out when it was built. General aviation ...


Grand Junction Regional Airport: Management travel necessary, officials of other airports say

By Amy Hamilton

The role of an airport director most likely means getting out and selling your airport, according to directors in the region. Greg Phillips, aviation director at Eagle County Airport, said it’s important to get in front of airline ...


Airport board finds just two reviews for Tippetts

By Amy Hamilton

Oversight over Grand Junction Regional Airport Director Rex Tippetts by the airport’s board since the start of his employment appears to be thin, according to results of a Colorado Open Records Act request for all written, yearly ...


Tippetts’ expenses under scrutiny

By Amy Hamilton

As tensions mounted over the Grand Junction Regional Airport fence issue, some general aviation tenants targeted airport Director Rex Tippetts for firing and launched inquiries into his expenses and activities. They asked: Why did he travel? ...


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