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Aspen-based Haitian charity uncertain about its losses

By Staff

An Aspen-based Haitian charity is working to determine how it might help the country in the aftermath of Tuesday’s earthquake even as it struggles to assess its own losses from the disaster. Aspen attorney Joe Krabacher, co-founder of ...


Outfit: Girly girl

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel If you like looking feminine, then you are going to love spring 2010. Ruffles, lace, pearls and sparkle rule fashion. If this style is a bit too sweet, just wait, there’s room for a softer side ...


Police Blotter, Jan. 16, 2010

By Staff

Items stolen from vehicles Missing some stuff after your vehicle was broken into Thursday night? The Grand Junction Police Department is looking for you. Officers arrested an adult and two juveniles on suspicion of breaking into vehicles ...


Printed letters, Jan. 17, 2010

By Staff

Congratulate lawmaker for his mitigation bill The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 12, editorial, “Mitigation bill runs against the current,” struck a very pessimistic tone about basin-of-origin legislation to be introduced by Rep. ...


Diverse art displays newspaper employees’ many talents

By Melinda Mawdsley

When some Daily Sentinel employees clock out of their jobs, they go home to a secret life. Those lives will soon no longer be secret. Spearheaded by several women at the newspaper, a mixed media showcase featuring artwork created by 13 Daily ...


Printed letters, Jan. 15, 2010

By Staff

What comes next in airport security? Thanks to Richard Reid, the notorious “shoe bomber,” we have had to take off our shoes every time we fly for the past several years. OK, it is what it is. But now, in light of the Christmas ...


Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

I don’t see how The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 13 editorial preference on the latest tax scheme makes any improvement in the proposed health insurance reform. The tax on my so-called Cadillac plan is the only thing in the Senate ...


New air quality standards could have costly impact on businesses

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Businesses in the Grand Valley will find themselves dealing with more regulation and possibly buying new emissions-control equipment if Mesa County’s air quality falls below new standards in coming years. The U.S. Environmental ...


Local Briefs, Jan. 17, 2010

By Staff

Students receive grants, honors, degrees Area students have been honored recently: Chapter N, P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) announced that Jacquelyn Ann Fry was awarded a $3,000 Program for Continuing Education grant. Fry ...


College Wrestling Results, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

Fort Hays St. 35, Mesa State 6 Thursday at Hays, Kan. 125 pounds — Tommy Edgmon, FHSU, dec. Tyler Nelson 7-4; 133 — Travis Kuhn, FHSU, dec. Chris Rubalcaba 5-3 (OT, SV); 141 — Andre Harrison, FHSU, won by forfeit; 149 ...


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