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Sentinel to require IDs of website commenters

By Staff

As of Friday, anonymous commenting at no longer is allowed. This change in policy simply brings The Daily Sentinel’s website under the same standards applied to Letters to the Editor. Those letters require the verified ...

Blotter, Dec. 10, 2011

By Staff

Pot-growing alleged The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Grand Junction man on suspicion he was growing 141 marijuana plants in a home where children were present. Johnathan Cody Wirth, 32, was jailed on suspicion of child ...

Getting It Right, Dec. 10, 2011

By Staff

The Moscow Ballet presentation of the “Russian Nutcracker” is at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12. An incorrect time was listed in Friday’s Out & About calendar on Page 8 and a photo caption on Page 9.  ...

Packer on tv for web

Travel Channel to air Packer program

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The story of Alferd Packer, his wintertime meals and his vindication against murder charges, will come to The Travel Channel next week. The Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” on Tuesday will focus on Packer, known as ...

Mesa wrestling defeats Western State

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Colorado Mesa redshirt freshman James Martinez pinned Matt Dunham and Trevor Donarski won by forfeit to lead the Mavericks to a 21-15 victory over Western State at Brownson Arena. The Mountaineers won the first two matches to build a 6-0 ...

State’s education funding unconstitutional

By Charles Ashby

The way the state funds education is unconstitutional, a Denver District Court judge ruled Friday. In a 183-page “findings of fact and conclusion of law” ruling, District Judge Sheila Rappaport said the Colorado school finance ...

Palisade football finishes third in poll, Junction sixth

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Palisade High School’s football team finished third in the final Denver Post Class 3A media poll. The Bulldogs (10-3) moved up seven spots after reaching the Class 3A state semifinals. State champion Windsor is first and runner-up ...

Email letters, Dec. 9, 2011

By Staff

Tipton has done a lot to create jobs Some people would nitpick Scott Tipton on what he hasn’t done on Congress so much that they totally over look what he has done in Congress. The truth is Scott Tipton has been an amazing leader and ...

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FILLING THE SEATS Creative events, plans paying off for Avalon Theatre

By Amy Hamilton

Online comments poured in after Grand Junction’s Avalon Theatre announced it would show all eight Harry Potter movies for $20 during Thanksgiving week. “This would be worth the $900 plane ticket I would need to get there,” ...


Donors sought for three-phase renovation plan

By Amy Hamilton

It’s a common question people ask when they show up at Avalon Theatre: “When do renovations begin?” About a year ago, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra unveiled a detailed three-phase plan to raise about $14 million and ...

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