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Springboard into state: GJ divers McLean, Jenkins have different goals for state meet

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Grand Junction High School junior Heather Jenkins seems to be following in Gillian McLean’s footsteps quite nicely. One year after McLean tried diving and qualified for the Class 5A state swimming & diving championships, Jenkins did ...


Colo. Public Utilities Commission chairman leaving

By The AP

DENVER — The chairman of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission , appointed by former Gov. Bill Ritter in 2007, is leaving. Ron Binz said today that he will resume his consulting practice and focus on clean energy issues. His term as ...


Report: Broncos WR Thomas tears ACL

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos’ deep wide receiver corps has taken another hit with word that last year’s top pick, Demaryius Thomas, tore an ACL during an offseason workout in Atlanta. Thomas, the first receiver selected in ...


Coroner identifies two in death investigations

By Paul Shockley

Alcohol intoxication was a significant factor in the death of a man whose body was found Wednesday morning on a downtown sidewalk, authorities said Thursday. The Mesa County Coroner’s office said Celso A. Salazar, 60, a Grand Junction ...


Dick Wadhams; a conservative’s conservative who did it his way

By Josh Penry

If Frank Sinatra were alive, and if he paid attention to leadership elections in the Republican Party, he’d be giving two cheers for Dick Wadhams this week. Like Old Blue Eyes, the Republican warhorse named Wadhams has a knack for ...


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Mubarak keeps fuse lit

By The Daily Sentinel

After 17 days of intense protest — following 30 years of despotism — countless people in Egypt and around the world thought Egyptian strongman Hosni Mubarak was going to resign late Thursday. But it was not to be. Sounding ...


The politics of breakfast

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans in the Colorado Senate have apparently learned that, along with motherhood and apple pie, you don’t mess with breakfast. That’s especially true when the money to be saved by cutting funds for a school breakfast program ...


Printed letters, Feb. 11, 2011

By Staff

Kathleen Parker’s Feb. 8 column in The Daily Sentinel was a sobering reminder of the risks journalists worldwide take to report the news. The recent attacks in Egypt on CNN’s Anderson Cooper, CBS’ Katie Couric, New York ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 10, 2011

By Staff

Contents of fracking fluid should be known This is in reference to the ongoing controversy about the refusal of the drilling companies to provide a list of the chemicals and ingredients that make up the fracking solutions. It seems that all ...


Colo. lawmakers consider youth concussion bill

By The AP

DENVER — Former Bronco wide receiver Ed McCaffrey and an NFL official support a Colorado bill that would protect youth athletes who suffer concussions. Senate bill 40 would prevent high school athletes believed to have suffered a ...


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