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McInnis states he’ll take the heat to stand up for jobs

By Guest Columnist

Editor’s note: Scott McInnis wrote this in response to a Daily Sentinel editorial asking governor candidates what they will do about gas drilling and the environment. John Hickenlooper’s column appeared last Sunday. Adopting yet ...

Support candidates who support CORA

By The Daily Sentinel

When The Daily Sentinel’s Paul Shockley reported last week on the Grand Junction Police Department’s investigation into some officers’ use of pepper spray in apparent violation of department policy, he was able to provide ...

On and off the diamond, Henry Aaron is a hero for the ages

By Bob Silbernagel

When I was in second or third grade, a group of my playground pals and I grabbed our gloves and went out to the ballfield to shag fly balls. This was in southern Wisconsin, a couple of years after the Milwaukee Braves had defeated the Yankees ...

Printed letters, July 11, 2010

By Staff

I was grateful to read The Daily Sentinel’s editorial in support of, and encouraging some in our community to help raise private funds towards the development of Los Colonias Park. I hope they are successful. The Sentinel is correct ...

Paging Dr. Nurse

By The Daily Sentinel

It may sound counterintuitive that a person can become a doctor of nursing, but people with doctorate degrees in nursing can actually help reduce the patient crunch for medical doctors. And within a couple of years, folks should be able to ...


Carpenter advances to Elam Junior final

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Courtlyn Carpenter doesn’t get caught up in expectations. The 15-year-old doesn’t keep track of her tennis record or results. She simply plays for fun. So far, it’s working. Carpenter advanced to her first junior ...

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Mammals, butterflies and Peruvian people have made adventure unbelievable

By Staff

Someone pinch me. This can’t be real. We came for adventure, and we certainly found it in Peru. We’ve seen 13 species of mammals, including six primates — the red howler monkey, the brown capuchin, the dusky titi monkey, the ...

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From clothes to camera, here’s the scoop on senior pictures

By Daniel Humphries

Lights, camera ... smile! High school seniors throughout the valley are whitening their teeth, gelling their hair and patrolling the mall for the perfect outfit as they prepare for that oh-so-special milestone known as senior portraits. So ...

Traffic alert: July 11, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: 2010 city of Grand Junction Chipseal Program: Monday, July 12: Chipsealing Redlands Parkway from south of the Colorado River bridge to Colorado Highway 340; C ...

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Four teams stave off elimination to force second title games today

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Toward the end of a long week of playoff baseball, Little League managers are checking, double-checking and even triple-checking pitch counts. There’s someone in the pressbox whose responsibility it is to track every pitch. Each team ...

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