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Over the Top: Hurricane Sarah

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob tracks Hurricane Sarah as her bus tour blows through the northeast.  ...


Iowa Western eliminates Chipola in World Series

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Iowa Western Community College pitcher A.J. Gaura pitched a shutout to lead the Reivers to a 13-0 victory over Chipola (Fla.) College in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Gaura limited the Indians to five hits and struck out six in ...


E-mail letters, June 1, 2011

By Staff

TSA security mandates threaten general aviation The Daily Sentinel’s recent article discussing the Grand Junction Regional Airport (aka Walker Field) and the ongoing steps being taken by the TSA to more closely control access (deny ...


Voting integrity is more important than volume

By Rick Wagner

When I’m asked what systems I think most uphold the American republic, I mainly think of two institutions in which the public must have confidence: the justice system and voting. If either of these becomes sufficiently corroded in the ...


Printed letters, June 2, 2011

By Staff

It is commendable that recent letter writer Thomas Acker prefers to view Mexico in a positive light as “the U.S’s third-largest trading partner,” with its “overall commerce of $108 billion or 12.6 percent of U.S. Trade ...


Playing chicken with federal debt

By The Daily Sentinel

Leaders of both parties are playing a dangerous game of political chicken with issues related to our national debt — dangerous for the re-election prospects of party members, but more importantly, for the economic future of this ...


Obama abandons wilderness plan

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Under pressure from Congress, the Obama administration is backing away from a plan to make millions of acres of undeveloped land in the West eligible for federal wilderness protection. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in ...


Powderhorn Resort set to sell at auction

By Staff

Powderhorn Ski Resort, with more than 600 acres of skiable trails on Grand Mesa, will be sold at auction on Aug. 4, the resort announced in a press release today. The resort covers more than 1,600 acres includes four ski lifts, more than 750 ...


State parks juggle funding cuts, new fees

By Dave Buchanan

VEGA STATE PARK — Ten years ago, the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation received more than 25 percent of its annual budget from general funds (state tax and income dollars). Starting July 1, with the state facing a budget ...


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Water opening up for fishing on Grand Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

The hard wind blowing this past week might bluster up some good news for anglers. As of last weekend, most lakes on Grand Mesa were still well-covered with snow leaving few open places to wet a line. Eighty-year old Milo Holton of Cedaredge ...


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