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Prep Notebook: Wildcats hit break with focus on balance

By Staff

Entering the season, the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team wanted to keep the momentum of last season’s 10-0 run in the Southwestern League going. Despite little roster turnover and three returning starters, including SWL ...

Accident shuts interstate near Eisenhower tunnel

By Staff

Snows and resulting accidents continue to snarl high country roadways, and Interstate 70 was closed this afternoon in the area of the Eisenhower and Johnson tunnels. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, I-70 eastbound is ...

A promise fulfilled in Congress, but a dream deferred

By Bill Grant

Thanks to the intransigence of the Republican Senate minority, the 111 Congress winds up its work with a mixed record on human rights. A promise was fulfilled, but a dream was deferred. The repeal of “don’t ask, don’t ...

Printed letters, Dec. 21, 2010

By Staff

Please take some time to review and comment on the 2035 transportation plan at I have enjoyed cycling in the Grand Valley almost 30 years, have commuted to work and cycled in most major U.S. cities and many ...

Put West Slope in one congressional district

By The Daily Sentinel

The once-in-a-decade battle over congressional redistricting is set to heat up once again, now that 2011 census figures are available and the 2011 legislative session is set to begin. We hope that those plotting to redraw Colorado’s ...

The FCC and the Net

By The Daily Sentinel

Most of us don’t spend much time worrying about Internet neutrality, even if we have a passing understanding of the concept. But Julius Genachowski, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission does. He has been working on FCC ...

Investigator: St. Mary’s fire started intentionally

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A fire Monday night at St. Mary’s Hospital that injured a patient and hospital employee was started intentionally, a Grand Junction Fire Department investigator said this afternoon. Investigator Joe Cordova told The Daily Sentinel that ...

Census shows Colo population grows to more than 5M

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s population grew by almost 17 percent in the last decade, an increase that has pushed the number of residents in the state to more than 5 million, according to U.S. Census figures released today. The first set ...

Powderhorn preps for Thursday opening

By Dave Buchanan

Powderhorn Ski Resort announced today it tentatively will open for the 2010-2011 ski season at 9 a.m. Thursday. “As of right now we’re prepared to open Thursday morning,” said Sarah Allen, communications director for ...

Heavily Republican Utah gets 4th House seat

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Heavily Republican Utah picked up a fourth congressional seat today, ending a decade of frustration for state leaders who believe Utah was cheated out of an additional seat when thousands of overseas Mormon missionaries ...

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