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Horse left abandoned near Rulison survives gunshot to head

By Dennis Webb

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an animal cruelty case in which someone shot a horse in the head and abandoned it. The horse survived being shot with what appears to have been a small-caliber gun, but ...


Why annexation makes sense for Fruitvale and Clifton

By Staff

Petition circulators are making their way through the Phase I area of Clifton/Fruitvale proposed for annexation to the city of Grand Junction. If enough petitions are signed by property owners, the application will be submitted to the City ...


Road Trip: Nov. 27-Dec. 2, 2009

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Danny Barnes Trio with Spring Creek — Boulder Theater, Boulder, Nov. 27. The Best Response — Bluebird Theater, Denver, Nov. 27. Warrior King with ...


Hasan a terrorist?  Actually he’s more than that

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It appears, sadly, that Major Nidal Malik Hasan retains his rank in the U.S. Army. Even giving credit for some investigatory time to pass since Nov. 5, when Hasan killed 12 soldiers and a military contractor and wounded 42 others at Fort Hood ...


Credibility is the currency that keeps newspapers meaningful

By Jay Seaton

In the centuries before the Internet, a newspaper’s power derived from the fact that it owned the only printing press in town. “Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel,” went the old saying. The Internet ...


Icehouse foundations reminders of prerefrigeration days

By Kathy Jordan

I have long been intrigued by the four cement foundations in the railroad yard near the Fifth Street viaduct. As a child and young adult I can remember seeing the icehouses on those foundations, and I have always been curious about ...


Soccer locals ‘appalled’ by BYU, New Mexico incident

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Normally, a women’s college soccer game between Brigham Young University and the University of New Mexico wouldn’t generate much interest outside of those teams’ fans. But when you have a player punching, elbowing and ...


Music Scene: Nov. 13-19

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Compiled by TAMMY GEMAEHLICH Slide in to Boomers on Saturday, Nov. 14, for a little bit of rock and blues with local band Miss Emily and the Backsliders. The music starts at 9 p.m. at 436 Main St., and the cover charge is $7. Call 248-9022 ...


Rethinking the Roan Plateau

By Staff

We at The Daily Sentinel were never thrilled with the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to allow natural gas leasing and drilling on the 35,000 acres of federal lands atop the Roan Plateau. However, as it became clear that was going ...


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Outfit: Urban cowgirl

By Ivy Parnasius

Cowboy boots are a staple that fade in and out of the limelight. They are back again, but the shape is shorter than the traditional style. Here are a few tips on how to wear the updated version. Cowboy boots always look chic when worn with ...


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