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Communities eager for new taxes to ‘help’ their constituents

By Rick Wagner

I know it’s the flu season, but I had no idea that bad ideas were so contagious. A quick review of news stories from around the state made me realize some local politicians should start wearing those Michael Jackson surgical ...


Judging the jurors

By The Daily Sentinel

Marilyn Charlesworth has ample reason to be angry. She performed her civic duty thoughtfully and appropriately during more than three weeks in 2004 as a member of the jury that convicted Michael Blagg of murder. For her efforts, Charlesworth ...


Agency is correct to permit more time

By The Daily Sentinel

State gas drilling permits in Colorado will now be good for two years, instead of one, exactly the same amount of time allowed under a federal drilling permit. That’s important, because many energy companies in Colorado drill on federal ...


No dental floss brings brief moments of joy

By Staff

The other night, I was about ready to do my dental duty when I discovered that we were out of dental floss. Running out of dental floss is kind of like discovering your vacuum cleaner bag is overflowing and you don’t have any ...


No dental floss brings brief moments of joy

By Staff

The other night, I was about ready to do my dental duty when I discovered that we were out of dental floss. Running out of dental floss is kind of like discovering your vacuum cleaner bag is overflowing and you don’t have any ...


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With warm weather, fishing is still looking up

By Dave Buchanan

It isn’t often you might plan a fishing safari for the first week of December, but so far this isn’t a normal winter. As skiers and boarders join resort owners anxiously eyeing clear skies, a few anglers are taking advantage of ...


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Prep for cross-country skiing with WinterStart

By Dave Buchanan

Oh, those wily cross-country folks at the Grand Mesa Nordic Council. Not only do they openly push the start of winter, they do so with vast amounts of celebration, ski races and a free Nordic ski demo day at the Skyway Trailhead on Grand ...


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Mavs run past Eagles to earn first victory

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In the end, the final score really didn’t matter to the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. All that mattered to the Mavericks and first-year coach Roger Walters was that they won. A 50-point victory, 83-33, over Northern ...


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Suspect refuses to attend trial

By Paul Shockley

A judge on Monday morning ordered Mesa County sheriff’s deputies to take a man from his jail cell to the courthouse — by force if necessary — after the man reportedly refused to attend his trial. Daniel John Lyons, 35, of ...


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Junction woman wants emblem replaced on Mount Garfield

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction resident Joan Raser reveres the American flag. So she was appalled when she saw a photo published recently in this newspaper of the wind-whipped remains of the Stars and Stripes atop Mount Garfield. “When I saw the flag, ...


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