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Xcel slammed for response to fatal tunnel fire

By The AP

DENVER — The U.S. Chemical Safety Board slammed Xcel Energy Inc. today for the company’s handling of the aftermath of a tunnel fire that killed five workers at a hydroelectric plant, as well as for a host of “troubling ...


Denver official resigns amid police video anger

By The AP

DENVER — A former Secret Service agent who oversees Denver’s police, fire and sheriff’s departments submitted his resignation today amid community anger over police officers caught on video hitting a man during a violent ...


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Cops ask for help in stolen credit card case

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department asked for help today identifying two men who allegedly charged several items to a stolen credit card last month. More than $500 was charged to the card in at least 10 transactions July 27 at gas ...


E-mail letters, August 23, 2010

By Staff

Lack of confidence in Obama has spurred debate over Ground Zero mosque Regarding the mosque slated to be built in New York City: This project has been approved by the mayor of New York City. A city community board voted 29-1 in favor of the ...


Buck to give up 2 months pay while he campaigns

By The AP

GREELEY — Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck plans to give up two months pay while he campaigns for the U.S. Senate. The Greeley Tribune says Buck drafted a letter to Weld County commissioners about the issue today. Buck earns ...


Allowing mosque near World Trade Center proves our society is better

By Denny Herzog

It is always bothersome when some outside group sticks its nose into local matters. It’s often the ACLU, as it did when the Grand Junction City Council decided to put the monument of the Ten Commandments on city property. Sometimes ...


County adds to haze caused by Amend. 20

By The Daily Sentinel

Faced with the choice of asking voters to ban medical-marijuana dispensaries or working to regulate them, the Mesa County Commission has opted to take the path worse traveled. The commission voted 2-1, commissioners Craig Meis and Steve ...


Printed letters, August 24, 2010

By Staff

City doesn’t keep business local I see in a recent edition of The Daily Sentinel that the city of Grand Junction has a Denver law firm representing them in a suit filed by a woman who has alleged she was raped by a former Grand Junction ...


Colorado governor announces $60M budget cuts

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is using money from medical marijuana registrations to help the state meet a $60 million fiscal emergency. The governor is also cutting funding for the Department of Corrections, taking money from severance ...


Miners’ fate still uncertain

By The Daily Sentinel

We certainly identify with the joy felt by people in Chile who learned over the weekend that 33 miners had survived a mine collapse 17 days previous. We remain equally apprehensive about the miners’ prospects for the next 120 days, the ...


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