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Diversity of thought should be accepted by Christians

By Guest Columnist

There’s the story in the Old Testament where the tribe of Ephraim was offended by the people of Gilead and went to war. After defeating Ephraim, the Gileadites set up a checkpoint at the border to corral the fugitives. They asked anyone ...

Keep ‘public’ in public-lands policy

By The Daily Sentinel

As it considers potential special protections for millions of acres of public lands in the West, the Obama administration should take a lesson on what not to do from the administration of former President Bill Clinton. As it considers ...

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Avalanches have long threatened lives in Colorado

By Guest Columnist

Editors note: Avalanche danger is high across much of Colorado’s mountain country now, and the southwestern mountains have been innudated with heavy snow. So a look at an earlier avalanche seems appropriate. The February blizzard had ...

Printed letters, Feb. 21, 2010

By Staff

Future generations have the right to know about the nuclear legacy handed to them and the right to protect themselves from it. Recent letters from folks promoting the proposed Pi&#241on Ridge uranium mill haven’t provided us with a ...

More state budget cuts

By The Daily Sentinel

As a lame-duck governor, Bill Ritter doesn’t have a personal political stake in where spending cuts are made as the state continues to struggle with lower-than-anticipated revenue streams. But Ritter hasn’t wielded the budget axe ...

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State wrestling championships, Day 2

By Duffy Hayes

All of the action from the second day of wrestling at the state tournament in Denver.  ...

Four local wrestlers advance to semis

By Allen Gemaehlich

DENVER — Grand Junction High School qualified only two wrestlers for the Class 5A state tournament, but those two are doing quite well. Sophomores Dylon Thompson and Jessie Hoffschneider advanced to tonight’s semifinals at the ...

Mesa baseball snowed out

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Today’s snow and the forecast for the rest of the weekend forced the Mesa State College baseball team to cancel this weekend’s series at Suplizio Field. The Mavericks were originally scheduled to play the University of Mary ...

Mixed verdict in Eddy sex assault trial

By Paul Shockley

The jury in the child sex assault trial of 68-year-old Rodney Eddy resolved half of the case, acquitting him on 17 counts. The seven man, five woman jury, however, was deadlocked and didn’t deliver a verdict on the most serious counts ...

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Four Cardinals reach state semifinals

By Allen Gemaehlich

DENVER — Jerrod Busch is in good company. The Grand Valley High School 135-pound junior is one of four Cardinals in the semifinals of the Class 3A state wrestling championships tonight at the Pepsi Center. Busch is joined in the ...

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