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Online GOAL school opens in GJ; home base in Mesa Mall

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A school based at the mall isn’t for everyone. Then again, GOAL Academy teacher Ron Harrison said, a brick-and-mortar school isn’t for everyone, either. GOAL (Guided Online Academic Learning) Academy opened two weeks ago in the ...

Alarm not working during jailbreak, sheriff says

By Paul Shockley

An alarm system along the perimeter fence of the Mesa County Jail, which is sensitive to motion, was not running or was disabled on the night 42-year-old Shane Johnson escaped from the facility in September 2008, an attorney said during a ...

Blotter, Sept. 4, 2010

By Staff

Not guilty plea in shooting A Fruita man charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of his roommate pleaded not guilty Friday in court. Wayne Gert, 37, now is scheduled for an eight-day trial beginning Feb. 28. Gert was arrested ...

Voting laws work fine, Buescher responds

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Republican Scott Gessler’s insistence that there be higher standards to register to vote in Colorado misses the point, his opponent said. If there are people who are ineligible to vote casting ballots, “Tell us, and we’ll  ...


You Saw It Photos for September, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Photos submitted by The Daily Sentinel readers  ...

Calendar: Week of Sept. 3, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, SEPT. 3 First Friday Art Reception, The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St., gallery talk 6:30 p.m. by juror Sally Strand, reception 7-9 p.m., opening exhibits “From Taos to Denver and Beyond,” guest curator Michael Hurshman; ...

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Outfit: Camel

By Ivy Parnasius

Camel is the new black for fall and winter. The warm hue exudes simplicity and elegance while blending well with the season’s usual colors. Camel is a great option for any outfit, but here are some ideas for fall fashion. • A ...

Happy trails for Buckskin Joe

By The AP

CANON CITY — It’s happy trails for Buckskin Joe, the replica Old West town in Colorado that served as a setting as for Westerns like “True Grit” and “White Buffalo.” Owner Greg Tabuteau said today ...

Buck pulls support for Maes

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is vowing to stay on the ticket despite pressure from some in the state GOP for him to bow out. Republican Senatorial candidate Ken Buck, a tea party favorite, withdrew his ...

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For Mesa State’s theater faculty, life really is the stage

By Melinda Mawdsley

The faculty of Mesa State College’s theater department is small in number but big in personality. There are five full-time professors and one full-time lecturer and they aspire to make the 2010–11 academic year a memorable one in ...

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