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Blotter, Aug. 31, 2010

By Staff

Man accused of abusing dog A Mesa County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a man Sunday after witnesses told an officer they saw the man kick a dog at 32 Road and Mesa Avenue. Louis Mollett, 43, was arrested on suspicion of criminal ...


Getting It Right, Aug. 31, 2010

By Staff

An announcement for the 50th anniversary gathering for Keith and Dixie Fowler, in the Celebrations column on page 8B of Saturday’s paper, should have read that the Moose Lodge is allowing members and qualified guests to participate at no ...


School district staying off Nov. ballot

By Emily Shockley

District 51 School Board members voted Monday afternoon not to place a question on the Nov. 2 ballot. The school district asked the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder in July to hold a space on the November ballot in case District 51 decided to ...


Abortion group gives maximum donation to Bennet

By The AP

DENVER — The nation’s best-known abortion-rights advocates have given the highest possible contribution to Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet. NARAL Pro-Choice America announced today that its political action committee has donated ...


E-mail letters, Aug 30, 2010

By Staff

Conservative can’t support Tancredo’s latest effort Here is my response to Tom Tancredo asking for my support for his third-party run for governor: Yes, Tom, I supported you in your fight to stop amnesty for illegal immigrants ...


Clifton schools on shelter-in-place

By {screen_name}

Two Clifton-area elementary schools are currently on shelter-in-place while authorities search for a man who eluded them during a traffic stop. Rocky Mountain Elementary School, 3260 D 1/2 Road, and Chatfield Elementary, 3188 D 1/2 Road, were ...


County moves on to next phase of Whitewater sewer project

By {screen_name}

Mesa County commissioners this morning unanimously approved a $2.93 million contract for the second phase of a project that will provide sewer service to Whitewater. The board awarded the contract to Glenwood Springs-based Gould Construction, ...


Confusing signposts on road to recovery

By The Daily Sentinel

Want to know what’s wrong with the U.S. economy? You only need to read what the experts have to say. Of course, expert analysis is all over the place. And American confidence in those experts seems to have justifiably diminished, along ...


Facts don’t Beck(on) some television pundits

By Denny Herzog

A strange, and to my mind inexplicable, thing happened to what we call “news” on the way to the end of the first decade of the 21st century. News is no longer what I, and my generation who studied journalism in what I call its ...


Printed letters, August 31, 2010

By Staff

Right-to-hunt notice passed by commission Thanks to Commissioner Steve Acquafresca and the board of the county commissioners for passing a right-to-hunt notice earlier this year. The notice is intended to inform new property owners that ...


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