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Email letters, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Public trustee should be commended Public congratulations are due Paul Brown, our public trustee. The American system is great because it is driven by the competitive obtaining and keeping business. I understand The Daily Sentinel’s ...


Winter storm clips southeastern Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Winter storm warnings remain in effect for southern and eastern Colorado, with up to a foot of snow expected in some areas. The National Weather Service says communities in the Sangre de Cristo area and southern Colorado can ...


Man wanted for Colorado killing arrested in Texas

By The AP

LAS CRUCES, N.M. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working the international crossing in El Paso, Texas, arrested a man wanted on an outstanding attempted first-degree murder arrest warrant from Colorado. Border protection ...


Wedding retailer giving away dresses

By The AP

LOVELAND — A Loveland wedding retailer is giving away 150 wedding dresses from now until Thanksgiving. Loveland Wedding Center owner Diane Carpenter says she is offering used and consigned gowns that she has collected over the ...


Defeat of override measure no shock to De Beque’s school superintendent

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De Beque Superintendent Steve Strong said he wasn’t surprised Referred Measure 3A failed by a 13-vote margin in the Nov. 1 election. The district decided to attempt the override, which would have gathered $350,000 in property taxes a ...


Sunday ad inserts in today’s paper on racks

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Papers sold today in newspaper racks and retailers contain the entire insert of Sunday advertisements at the regular daily price of 75 cents. Subscribers received their ads on Sunday.  ...


Sales tax discussed for Clifton

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At a time when some of his customers are trimming discretionary spending such as eating out, Clifton Dos Hombres owner Spike Howard isn’t thrilled with the idea of an additional sales tax. But his belief that commercial areas at the east ...


BLM favors ban on Vermillion wells; education board eyes mineral funds

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State and federal officials are planning to pressure the Colorado State Land Board to develop mineral rights it owns in the Vermillion Basin of northwest Colorado. The Bureau of Land Management’s plans for the approximately ...


NELSON Joseph

Teenager advised in dog killing case

By Paul Shockley

A teenager who was arrested last week on allegations he tortured and killed his mother’s dog was advised of charges against him during a first court appearance Monday. Joseph Nelson, 18, of Grand Junction, said little during a brief ...


Police Blotter, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

This is only a test For 30 seconds at noon Wednesday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Communications system will conduct the first-ever simultaneous nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System. The Mesa County ...


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