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Death notices, Feb. 23, 2012

By Staff

■ Franklin “Frank” Clarence Copley, 81, Grand Junction, died Feb. 19, 2012, in Grand Junction. No services will be held. Mr. Copley was a machinist. Survivors include his wife, Betty Louise; two sons, David Alan and Larry ...


Calm urged in college disputes

By {screen_name}

The colleges in Colorado that are seeking to be known as universities need to get along even as they compete for valuable recognition beyond the state’s borders, a committee said Wednesday. Western State College in Gunnison is one of ...


Group offers $2.5M to retire oil, gas leases

By Dennis Webb

A group trying to stop oil and gas development on 220,000 acres west of Carbondale is offering energy companies about $2.5 million to cover their direct investments in undeveloped leases.  The Thompson Divide Coalition on Wednesday said ...


Man in furlough dispute sentenced

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man whose bid to attend his father’s funeral pitted a judge against Mesa County’s community-corrections system was resentenced Wednesday. District Judge Thomas Deister ordered 28-year-old Benjamin Christ to serve ...


Water to be shut off in Redlands, OM

By Dave Haynes

Some homes on East Orchard Mesa and the Redlands will be without water for several hours Thursday night and early Friday morning while the Ute Water Conservancy District repairs a broken valve on a distribution line. Water will be out to those ...


Assault investigation becomes missing person case

By Dennis Webb

A search for a Battlement Mesa man accused of assaulting someone in a Parachute restaurant Sunday has turned into a missing persons investigation after his failure to resurface since then. Mary Cunningham, the mother of Paul Cunningham ...


Over the Top, Apology

By Bob Silbernagel

A sorry edition of Over the Top  ...


Someone should have checked out background of controversial song

By Rick Wagner

“Music is my religion,” — Jimi Hendrix. Our late friend, Jimi, supplies us with an observation pertinent to this dustup involving School District 51 and a student who quit after-school choir because he did not think it was ...


Printed letters, February 23, 2012

By Staff

Per The Daily Sentinel editorial on Feb. 19: Surely, no serious person believes the School District is a Western Slope Taliban. Neither should concerned people be considered paranoid. Muslims consider the song an expression of faith, not ...


Little credit due for Senate hiring bill

By The Daily Sentinel

There is something intrinsically appealing about the idea of prohibiting businesses from using an individual’s credit scores when deciding whether to hire that individual. A bill to do just that was approved by Democrats in the Colorado ...


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