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Week’s Best Photos for Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2011

By Staff

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Low pay for some Colo. officials gets noticed

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — Colorado’s secretary of state said a law firm where he planned to moonlight while in office is uneasy about releasing the names of its clients, a suggestion made to stem concerns over possible preferential treatment ...


Boy found, great-grandmother arrested

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A 72-year-old woman was arrested early this morning on suspicion of kidnapping her 4-year-old great-grandson after she failed to return him to his father, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Rosa Mae Welker was booked into the ...


Printed letters, Jan. 28, 2011

By Staff

In one of the most inexplicable votes this early in the legislative session, the Joint Budget Committee failed to spend an additional $124,000, or 30 cents a day, to feed the less-fortunate children among us an early breakfast before school ...


Justice can cross ocean

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s welcome news that a British man accused of murdering his wife in western Colorado 14 years ago will apparently be extradited to the United States to stand trial. At least that’s the report from one English newspaper. The ...


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Choosing to change public education

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not surprising that increasing numbers of parents, who are committed to and involved with their children’s education, are choosing charter and private schools for their offspring. Many see these options as offering a better ...


Rep. Tipton on track to continue partisan business as usual

By Denny Herzog

A well-read, well-educated friend, lamenting the state of politics in the United States, said recently that he’s fed up. He has no faith in the ability of our elected representatives to solve any of the country’s big issues. The ...


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Focused on Arizona: Central GJ baseball teams raising funds for spring break trip

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For a baseball player, there’s no better place to be for spring break than Arizona. This spring, the Central and Grand Junction High School baseball teams will get that opportunity, thanks to fundraising efforts. “I was excited ...


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Give a hand to practitioners of needle arts

By Sherida Warner

Last week, I wrote about the popularity of computerized machine embroidery. I’m on the opposite end of the spectrum today — preserving and practicing the art of hand embroidery in all its forms. Be it cross-stitching, needlepoint, ...


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Vail ski program lets students pursue goals

By Dennis Webb

VAIL — Sixteen-year-old Colin Hayes dares to dream big. He’d like to go to an Ivy League school. Maybe Dartmouth, where he’d also like to compete on the ski team. After that? “The U.S. Ski Team, if I’m lucky ...


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