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Movie can’t do justice to Ayn Rand’s political allegory

By Rick Wagner

The first of three movies to encompass Ayn Rand’s massive work, “Atlas Shrugged,” was released last month to mixed reviews, which is no surprise since those on the left can’t enjoy it as long as conservatives like ...


Photographic evidence

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama declared Wednesday that he wouldn’t authorize the release of photos of the dead Osama bin Laden, despite the earlier announcement by CIA Chief Leon Panetta that the photos would be made public. The decision was no ...


E-mail letters, May 4, 2011

By Staff

Planning Commission betrayed riverfront cleanup efforts How much time do Grand Junciton Planning Commission put in on their “planning” or how seriously do Planning Commission members take their job? On April 26, an article by ...


Colo. House approves business tax exemption

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado House of Representatives is giving its support to a measure lawmakers hope will help create jobs in Colorado. The measure (House Bill 1263) doubles the small business personal property tax exemption currently ...


Arizona charge against escaped inmate dismissed

By The AP

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A Mohave County judge has dismissed an escape charge against one of three men who fled from a state prison near Kingman last year. Chief Deputy County Attorney Jace Zack agreed to drop the charge if Daniel Renwick ...


CDOW weekly fishing report — week of May 3, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

Mild, sunny days. Rain. More sun — then a burst of snow. And wind — always the wind. Welcome to springtime in Colorado.  With May just beginning, fishermen have seen just about every imaginable twist and turn of the ...


Obama will not release photo of bin Laden

By The AP

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says the White House will not release a photo of Osama bin Laden’s body. Obama made the remarks during an interview today with CBS’ “60 Minutes.” The White House had been ...


Tip: tackle your tackle before going after pike

By Dave Buchanan

CRAWFORD – Think you want to tackle fly fishing for northern pike? Check your tackle first. Most fly anglers are accustomed to using 4- to 6-weight rods and diminutive size 16–18 flies. “I recommend an 8-weight rod for a ...


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Springtime pursuit is on for big fish with bad attitude

By Dave Buchanan

CRAWFORD — Pretty. Intimidating. Fish. If you’ve ever seen a northern pike up close and personal, you understand the saying, “appearances are everything.” Sleek, muscular, perfectly camouflaged in dark green and gray ...


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Park offers boat safety courses

By Dave Buchanan

Turning the keys over to Junior isn’t without risk. Especially if the keys are boat keys and Junior is under 16. Big no-no. Colorado law says anyone operating a motorboat in Colorado must be at least 16 years old. However, that 14- or ...


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