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Officials exhaust steps for getting back taxes

By {screen_name}

Mesa County on Monday canceled more than $27,000 in unpaid personal property taxes owed by now-defunct local businesses. State law allows counties to forgo those taxes determined to be uncollectable after they are deemed delinquent. The taxes ...

Police: Infant’s death suspicious

By Paul Shockley

Montrose Police Chief Tom Chinn said the death of a 14-month-old girl Saturday is considered suspicious. The girl, Hailey L. Rocha, was pronounced dead at the emergency room of Montrose Memorial Hospital on Saturday night. Cause and manner of ...

Wildcat Invitational golf results, Monday, Sept. 13

By Staff

Wildcat Invitational Monday at Adobe Creek Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 228; 2. Grand Junction, 231; 3. Palisade, 245; 4. Central, 246; 5. Cedaredge, 252; 6. Moffat County, 258. Individual Scores Alex Wise, Grand Junction 73 Joey ...

Mesa State Golf Results, Monday, Sept. 13

By Staff

RMAC Event No. 1 Women Monday at Silver City, N.M. Team Scores 1. Western New Mexico 311; 2. Mesa State 320; 3. Colorado St.-Pueblo 327; 4. Chadron State 334; 5. Adams State 340; 6. Nebraska-Kearney 341; 7. Regis 343; 8. Colorado Christian ...

Monday’s Prep Softball Result, Monday, Sept. 13

By Staff

Palisade 6, Basalt 5 Palisade 004 020 0 6(10)2 Basalt 005 000 0 560 Shelby Hanson and Kendra Barnes; King and Nieslanik 2B: P - Regan VanNoy 2, Laura Shurden; B - Matherly; 3B: Cablaro  ...

Mesa State Men’s Soccer Result, Monday, Sept. 13

By Staff

Mesa State 2,  Seattle Pacific 1, OT Men Monday at Walker Field Halftime: Mesa State 1-0. Goals: Steve Shaw, MSC, 12:52 (Nathan Poirier); Blaine Carver, SPU, 81:15 (Brandon Kuenzi); Jake Jobe, MSC, 92:05 (Sam Dixon), . Shots: SPU 15 ...

County crunch time

By The Daily Sentinel

Until now, Mesa County, its budget buoyed by reserve funds built up over several years and property tax revenues that lag behind the economy as a whole, has not faced the same crippling revenue decreases that have confronted other local ...

Printed letters, September 14, 2010

By Staff

For 12 years, I have worked with the homeless as a Daycenter volunteer. I have been in their camps, given them jobs, taken them to coffee, held their hands as they were dying. They lead lonely, desperate, often violent lives and I know, but ...

Putting the brakes on highway deaths

By The Daily Sentinel

There are multiple factors that have helped U.S. highway fatalities drop to their lowest level in 60 years: safer vehicles, more widespread use of seat belts, stricter drunk-driving laws and tougher enforcement of those laws. But reduced ...

Platitudes and personality have replaced ideas in political world

By Denny Herzog

A couple of conversations with two different friends recently turned to politics, as they often do in election years. Each conversation dealt in one way or another with the quality of candidates for political office in the 21 century. In one, ...

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