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City interference had predictable results for Tiara Rado restaurant

By Rick Wagner

One has to get up pretty early in the morning to get the jump on some of the newshounds at The Daily Sentinel. I had just heard last Friday that the city’s latest contractor for food service at Tiara Rado golf course had pulled the plug ...


Printed letters, January 5, 2012

By Staff

Here’s what I think about America. America is like the New York Yankees. What the Yankees are to baseball, America is to the international economy. Both are in the most capable and competitive leagues, and both compete successfully with ...


Chest thumping inthe Strait of Hormuz

By The Daily Sentinel

The belligerent talk by the Iranian government about closing the Strait of Hormuz is a sign of that country’s desperation. New U.S. sanctions that were enacted on New Year’s Eve, targeting Iran’s financial sector, coupled ...


PLOTNER Aaron Wesley

Gunshot victim fears for his life, he says in court

By Paul Shockley

With a bullet lodged in his left shoulder blade and a brace on his neck, 29-year-old Matthew Daly stood before a judge Tuesday and said he fears for his safety, days after he randomly was shot by apparent strangers, one of whom told police he ...


010312 Gas price

Gas drops under $3 a gallon, but maybe not for long

By Amy Hamilton

The lure of fuel at less than $3 a gallon brought out Grand Junction resident Tim Frost to fill up his car’s gas tank Tuesday. The price of a gallon of regular unleaded fuel was $2.92 at Western Convenience, 2525 Broadway, and $2.89 a ...


Sports in Brief: Outlaws place four in Denver

By Staff

Youth Wrestling Outlaws place four in Denver Four Colorado Outlaw Club wrestlers placed in the top six of the Who’s Bad Classic last weekend in Denver. Isaac Rodriguez took first place in the 15-under, 144-pound division. He is a ...


Jackpot Duals to test local wrestlers’ ability

By Nick Walter

They call it the Jackpot Duals, and although there will be no slot machines or scratch tickets at Fruita Monument High School on Thursday, there will be wrestlers taking their tugs at Grand Valley bragging rights. January is here, and as ...


BLM extends oil, gas lease sale comment period

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has agreed to requests from governments and the public for more time to comment on a far-reaching proposed oil and gas lease sale in Delta and Gunnison counties. The BLM is considering offering 22 parcels ...


KINTZ Darian Tyler

Bond set at $1 million, $750,000 for Clifton teens accused in shooting spree

By Paul Shockley

A bullet lodged in his left shoulder blade and wearing a neck brace on Tuesday, 29-year-old Matthew Daly told a judge he fears for his safety five days after authorities say he was randomly targeted by a pair of teenagers who said they wanted ...


Board to weigh challenges to language of persoonhood ballot measure

By The AP

DENVER — Abortion opponents could begin gathering signatures this week on a third Colorado ballot measure to challenge federal abortion rights. The so-called “personhood” amendment would ban all abortions. The measure is ...


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