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E-mail letters, August 26, 2010

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity should be buying homes Here we have a glut of homes for sale and in foreclosure because of the economy, yet Habitat for Humanity is happily building new ones. Why can’t they buy one of the many sitting on the market ...


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Gumball grading — Tom Tancredo, Sept. 19

By The Daily Sentinel

“Dan Maes not only conned me out of my money, he lied to me about his background and he deceived my friends and myself about his conservative principles. I’ve had so many people call me and ask, ‘What kind of man would do ...


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Gumball grading — John Salazar, Sept. 19

By The Daily Sentinel

Republican congressional candidate Scott Tipton “wants to raise your taxes 23 percent” because he has supported the Fair Tax — 3rd District Rep. John Salazar, Democrat, during his Club 20 debate with Tipton Sept. ...


Mexican drug gangs blowing holes in border

By The Daily Sentinel

Lost in the unending fight in the United States over illegal immigration is an awareness that Mexico is looking more and more like an ungovernable country in danger of falling under the control of rival drug gangs. The deaths of 72 people ...


We are living the legacy of those who fought for women’s rights

By Henrietta Hay

In 1848, women could not vote, own property or run for president. A hundred and sixty-six years later, we can do all of those things and a lot more. And today we celebrate. Yesterday was Women’s Suffrage Day, the 70anniversary of the ...


Printed letters, August 27, 2010

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity should be buying houses Here we have a glut of homes for sale and in foreclosure because of the economy, yet Habitat for Humanity is happily building new ones. Why can’t they buy one of the many sitting on the ...


Judge finds mark in shooting case

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn rejected a plea agreement that would have given probation to a man who fired four times into a home, hitting five people. The judge, we think, is on the mark in his finding. To be sure, the case ...


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Police seek identification of alleged credit-card theives

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is hoping someone recognizes two alleged credit-card thieves captured on surveillance camera. In late June, a credit card was stolen out of the victim’s unlocked vehicle, in the 3000 ...


Loaded gun found in kindergartener’s backpack

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — A 27-year-old Colorado man faces several criminal charges after a kindergarten teacher found a loaded semiautomatic handgun in a 4-year-old’s backpack. Police in Lakewood arrested James Chavez Wednesday on suspicion of ...


Study: Upper layer of atmosphere is shrinking

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Scientists say the lack of solar activity is causing one of the highest layers of the atmosphere to shrink. That may sound scary, but they say it actually can be good news for satellites. It means the satellites can stay in ...


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