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Fruita can capture state title with win over Shaw Heights

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Shaw Heights (Westminster) Little League wanted another shot at Fruita and will get it. Pitchers Marisa Kennedy, Hannah Rose and Constance Sisneros combined to throw a no-hitter Monday night to lead Shaw Heights to an 11-1 victory over ...


E-mail letters, July 19, 2010

By Staff

Endangered birds will benefit from work of tamarisk beetles This letter is regarding The Daily Sentinel editorial of July 12, “Species vs. species.” Thank you for presenting a very informative and thoughtful viewpoint concerning ...


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Junction police sued by woman alleging rape

By Paul Shockley

A woman who alleges she was raped in her home by a Grand Junction police officer claims the department ignored evidence of the officer’s “propensity for violence against women,” and that the department had systemic problems ...


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McConnell garners Palin endorsement

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Bob McConnell, the Steamboat Springs man bidding for a chance to run against Democrat incumbent John Salazar in the 3rd Congressional District, has garnered the endorsement of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. McConnell is running against Scott ...


Haute Talk: Breastfeeding or the boittle?

By Robin Dearing

Haute Talk asks mamas to discuss their thoughts on breastfeeding vs. the bottle.  ...


Printed letters, July 20, 2010

By Staff

Maes not celebrating Scott McInnis’ troubles Republican Dan Maes declared his candidacy for governor in March 2009. When Scott McInnis entered the race, he called Maes, strongly encouraging him to step down in deference to a man with ...


Promise of young Scott McInnis has been frittered away

By Denny Herzog

At week’s end, Scott McInnis was still claiming vigorously that he was in the Colorado gubernatorial race and had every intention of remaining in it. He very well may, but my money’s on smarter people in the Republican Party ...


Listen to this

By The Daily Sentinel

As summer attractions go, meetings featuring federal bureaucrats “listening” to public comment — with no guarantee of specific action — wouldn’t seem to be high on many people’s list. So it’s a ...


Justice still needed, 20 years afterward

By The Daily Sentinel

Carrelyn Bunting is absolutely correct. Finding who murdered her daughter, Phlisia, 20 years ago is not just a matter of seeking justice for the Bunting family. It is an issue for all of Colorado and society as a whole. Allowing the murderer ...


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COOL CLASSROOMS: Putting zing into Zen

By Debra Dobbins

Another District #51 Extended Learning session is now one for the history books. The five-week summer session was designed to get students’ scores in core subjects up to or beyond proficiency. After more than a month with veteran ...


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