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Blotter, July 15, 2010

By Staff

Illegal weapon alleged John Joseph Lofstedt, 40, homeless, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of weapon possession by a convicted felon and possession of a concealed weapon following an incident that allegedly occurred in the 800 block of ...


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Sears, Landis excited to compete at national championships in Granby

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Eric Landis thought his racing days were behind him. A few years after giving up motocross racing, he started mountain biking with his family and found an avenue for racing again. Landis, Noah Sears, Blake Treadway and Ross Schnell are among ...


Sports Briefs, July 14, 2010

By Staff

Little League Orchard Mesa wins Major Boys title The Orchard Mesa All-Stars won their third straight district championship Wednesday by shutting out Cortez 10-0 at Cortez to win the Major Boys title. Andrew Martinez threw a complete game, ...


Local golf results, July 14, 2010

By Staff

Holes in One Wilma Bonella, July 8 at Bookcliff Country Club. No. 15, a 107-yard, par-3, with an 8 iron. Witnesses: Mary Gamble, Diane Monahan, Jean Cochran. Allan Ross, July 8 at Bookcliff Country Club. No. 5, a 142-yard, par-3, with a 7 ...


Little League scores, July 14, 2010

By Staff

District 1 Tournaments 9-10 Girls At Orchard Mesa Little League July 5 Game 1 — Grand Mesa 17, Fruita 7 Game 2 — Orchard Mesa 14, Monument 3 July 6 Game 3 — Orchard Mesa 5, Grand Mesa 4 Game 4 — Fruita 28, ...


Apparent final appeal of Crested Butte expansion plan is rejected

By Staff

Federal officials with the U.S Forest Service have upheld a decision to stop a proposed expansion of the Crested Butte Ski Area, it was announced today by local foresters with the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests. Deputy ...


E-mail letters, July 14 2010

By Staff

Meeting is opportunity for sportsmen stewards On Friday, officials from the White House and key federal agencies are coming to Colorado. For sportsmen, this is a unique opportunity to talk face-to-face with national leaders about the impact ...


Democrats divided

By The Daily Sentinel

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is in hot water with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats for daring to say publicly what many others have been thinking for a year or more: It’s possible that Democrats ...


Assessing the value of natural gas industry

By The Daily Sentinel

If anyone had any doubt about the importance of the natural gas industry to this region’s economy, one need only look at what has occurred with assessed valuations in Mesa and Garfield counties over the past two years. In Mesa County, ...


Printed letters, July 15, 2010

By Staff

Rep. Salazar is aggressive in his community outreach I’d like to respond to Rick Wagner’s recent column in The Daily Sentinel. Congressman John Salazar considers the time he spends with the people of Colorado’s 3rd ...


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