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A declaration of shared courage

By The Daily Sentinel

Most Americans are familiar with the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, the one that talks about all men being created equal, with the “unalienable rights” of “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of ...

Future of Grand Junction’s ‘crown jewel’ is uncertain

By Denny Herzog

The city of Grand Junction, whether it wants to be or not, is the proprietor of Main Street’s two anchors. At the west end of the heart of downtown is Two Rivers Convention Center, a much-used facility that is home to service clubs, ...

Sports in Brief: Taylor’s in Firecracker title game

By Staff

Baseball Taylor’s in Firecracker title game Gene Taylor’s American League baseball team reached the championship game of the Laramie Firecracker tournament, winning two games Friday and one Saturday. Taylor’s defeated ...

E. coli mystery keeps park swim spot closed

By Amy Hamilton

Elevated levels of E. coli will keep closed a Fruita swim beach this summer. Swimming has been off- limits for several years at the Fruita section of James Robb Colorado River State Park. By state law, beaches must be closed for swimming if ...


Amid political bickering, shared anger at politicians

By Charles Ashby

Webster’s New World Dictionary defines patriotism as loyal or zealous support of one’s country, but as the nation celebrates its 234th Fourth of July today, the nature of American politics has come to test that support for ...

Gray Gourmet, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Closed for Independence Day Tuesday — Honey barbecue chicken, noodles Romanoff, three-bean salad, pineapple slices. Wednesday — Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, spinach/cheese salad. Thursday ...

Best of Bridge, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Here are results from recent bridge games: June 23: Dick Jones and Linda Marah; Carolyn Wiley and Marilyn McLaughlin; Betty Johnson and Ann McFarland. June 24: Linda Deaton and Linda Scibienski; McLaughlin and Wiley; Pat Kelley and Kathy ...

Local startup aims to make roads into energy fields

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A Mesa County entrepreneur is hoping to make inroads into the energy field by building better roads for drill rigs. Steve Casano, his wife, Kimberly, and some partners last year completed a quarter-mile test strip of road near Vega Reservoir ...

Your Town, July 4, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Happy Independence Day! This year more than ever, I have a great appreciation for what independence means to our country. Allen and I spent a week touring historic sites and memorials in Washington D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia late last ...

Weekly Planner, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Sunday, July 4 Fourth of July bike parade, Highline Lake State Park, Loma, 9:30 a.m., decorate your bike and meet in the campground between sites 9 and 12, vehicle parks pass required for entry into park, 858-7208. Western Colorado Atheists ...

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