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Delta man pleads guilty in child’s death

By William Woody

DELTA - Delta resident Lukus Koch pleaded guilty Monday to an amended charge of child abuse/neglect resulting in the death of 2-year-old Jesse Dorsch last November. He is scheduled for sentencing next month. Koch, 28, was arrested Jan. 13 on ...


More financial problems loom for Colorado’s taxpayers

By Rick Wagner

In the movie “Animal House,” a character played by a young Kevin Bacon attempts to halt a stampeding crowd by raising his arms and nervously shouting “remain calm, all is well.” Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton ...


Mesa County as energy epicenter

By The Daily Sentinel

There are plenty of predictable prescriptions in Mesa County’s portion of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s “Bottom-Up” economic development plan that was released Wednesday. For instance, it’s hardly news that many ...


Tipton should join Gang

By The Daily Sentinel

Multiple plans for dealing with the federal debt have been discussed this week. The most promising is the Gang of Six plan released Tuesday, to the acclaim of the White House and many senators on both sides of the aisle. The problem will be ...


Printed letters, July 21, 2011

By Staff

After reading The Daily Sentinel’s article about Walker Stapleton’s visit to Grand Junction recently and his blasting PERA, I need to inform the public about a couple of areas Stapleton apparently didn’t want the public to ...


Officer recounts shootout, suspect bound over for trial

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle police officer today recounted a fast-deteriorating situation last October when he responded to a domestic dispute and ended up in a shootout in which a colleague was struck in his protective vest. “Everything happened very, ...


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With full moon past, fishing improves at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,660 asl Water Temperature: 78-83 F PAGE, Ariz. – Fishing is improving – slowly and steadily. We survived the full moon period where catching was slow to nonexistent. Now we are heading into much better ...


E-mail letters, July 20, 2011

By Staff

Stapleton pushes agenda that blames public employees There is an agenda by some that desires to intrude into the lives of teachers and public employees with the purpose of blaming them for the recession caused by banks and Wall Street.  ...


Gay marriage ballot measure cleared by state board

By The AP

DENVER — Gay marriage supporters were cleared today to begin collecting signatures on a petition to repeal Colorado’s same-sex marriage ban. A state board charged with approving proposed ballot measures voted 3-0 to allow a ...


Chipeta Men’s League Golf Results July 20, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - July 20, 2011 Two-Person Combined Score - Front 9 1st Gross Butch M., Jason P. 63 2nd Gross Rusty F., Dustin ...


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