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Okla. City bombing conspirator says he was force fed

By The AP

DENVER — Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols says prison officials inserted IVs into his veins and force fed him following hunger strikes this year. Nichols recently filed a handwritten document in a lawsuit filed against ...


E-mail letters, Aug 6, 2010

By Staff

Individual mandate gives Congress unlimited power The Daily Sentinel’s Aug. 5 editorial, “A Mandate for High Court Action,” regarding the individual mandate in the health care law, made a strong case that the Supreme Court ...


US rig count increases by 19

By The AP

HOUSTON — The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by 19 this week to 1,605. Houston-based Baker Hughes Inc. said today that 983 rigs were exploring for natural gas and 611 for oil. Eleven were ...


McInnis settles with foundation

By Charles Ashby

GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis and the Pueblo-based Hasan Family Foundation have reached a settlement agreement over the $300,000 the former congressman was paid in 2004 and 2005. Trouble is, though, neither side will say what that ...


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Texans had big plans with rotating Sun Building

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When two Texas oil and uranium men, Lucien Cullen and Wellborn Foreman, unveiled their concept of a $7.4 million Energy Center in 1954, they were 56 years ahead of their time. Their 1954 vision mirrors what the city of Grand Junction has just ...


Orchard Mesa wins first game at Southwestern Regional

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The Orchard Mesa Little League Major boys defeated Tulsa American 11-2 in its first game of the Southwestern Regional in Waco, Texas. Orchard Mesa scored six runs in the second inning led by a 2-RBI double from Logan Schaneman. Trey Garcia ...


Snail mail in peril

By The Daily Sentinel

It comes as no great surprise that, in a world of e-mail, text messaging, Facebook, Skype and other forms of instant communication, the old-fashion snail-mail system is losing ground. So the news that the U.S. Postal Service lost $1.1 billion ...


Tim Tebow

Pro or college, it’s game on

By Staff

Since the end of the 2010 Super Bowl — 180 days ago, to be exact — football fans have been uttering two things: “I ate too much” and “when does football season start again?” Well, football fans, the ...


Denver attorney confirmed as US attorney in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Denver attorney John Walsh has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as U.S. attorney for Colorado. The 48-year-old Walsh was an assistant federal prosecutor in Los Angeles and a member of the team that investigated and prosecuted ...


Last chance to mail in ballots

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Today is the last chance to drop a filled-in ballot into the mail box and expect it to arrive in time to the Mesa County Clerk’s Office to be counted on Tuesday. Any ballot not mailed by today will have to be dropped in a ballot box at ...


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