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Some in Congress respond to Obama’s call for civility

By Bill Grant

In his analysis of President Obama’s eulogy for the dead and wounded in Tucson, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson said, “If you listened to what candidate Obama was saying, he often came back to a central theme: Our ...


Printed letters, Jan. 18, 2011

By Staff

This is in response to a recent letter writer who thinks that in order to save Social Security, payments should be made to only those who really need it. Using the writer’s logic, let’s pretend that instead of forking over ...


George appointed CNCC president

By Dennis Webb

Rifle resident Russell George will serve as the next president of Colorado Northwestern Community College. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System, announced the appointment today. George had been the sole finalist ...


Back in parking

Reverse the parking

By The Daily Sentinel

After nearly four years and countless complaints, not to mention limited use by the public, it’s clear that the back-in parking on Seventh Street and a small section of Main Street has been an unsuccessful experiment. As a result, the ...


Rifle junior state’s first child fatality of flu season

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle High School junior is the first child in Colorado to die of the flu this flu season. Austin Booth, 17, died Monday. He had been treated at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. Booth was a first-year student at Rifle High and ...


E-mail letters, January 18, 2011

By Staff

Save payroll tax cut don’t just spend it I couldn’t disagree more with The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 16 editorial advising earners to go out and spend the added net pay they will receive from the recent tax cut compromise. The ...


Governor to appoint new prosecutor in W. Colorado

By The AP

MONTROSE — Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected soon to appoint a new prosecutor in the judicial district based in Delta County, replacing the former prosecutor who’s facing criminal charges. Eric Brown, Hickenlooper’s ...


Storm drops 2 feet of snow in Colorado mountains

By The AP

DENVER — While northwest Colorado has been getting socked with snow, the eastern plains are still thirsting for moisture. Forecasters say this is just the beginning of what could be a two-year La Nina cycle, when the second year is ...


Missing Rifle man found

By Dennis Webb

Law enforcement authorities say they have located a 37-year-old Rifle man who had been the subject of a search since around noon Monday. The man had suggested in a phone call to a family member that he had cut his wrist, Rifle police said in ...


Tancredo returning to GOP after failed gov. bid

By The AP

DENVER — Former Republican congressman Tom Tancredo, who quit the party last year to run as a third-party candidate for Colorado governor, is headed back to the GOP. Tancredo said he is coming back to the Republican Party “because ...


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