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TSA efforts panned

By The Daily Sentinel

Opposition is growing to the Transportation Security Administration’s use of full-body scanners at airports. New Jersey state lawmakers on Monday announced a resolution urging Congress to outlaw the scanners and the personal pat-downs ...


Evaluating a possible park

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not at all unreasonable that a task force from the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce wants to study the potential impacts of changing Colorado National Monument to a national park. Questions such as how a change in status ...


Innocent until proven guilty?  Oh, wait, Craig Meis was

By Jim Spehar

Sheesh! Stiff upper lip it. Pay the $50, set a good example for your kid and chalk it up to an unpleasant experience. Maybe even think about following the law. That’s what most of us would have done, isn’t it? Sure we’d ...


Printed letters, Nov. 16, 2010

By Staff

Don’t read this. It’s about politics and religion, two topics on the conversation black list. But maybe that’s exactly why we have to talk about them. In fact, if we can talk with civility about politics and religion, we can ...


Chiefs coach Haley apologizes for no handshake

By The AP

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City coach Todd Haley apologized today for refusing to shake hands with Denver coach Josh McDaniels after the Chiefs’ blowout loss the day before. Haley, who’s generally done a good job this season ...


Death Notices, Nov. 15, 2010

By Staff

Army Cpl Aaron B. Cruttenden, 25, Norwood, died Nov. 7, 2010, at Bar Kunar, Afghanistan. Military honors will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Western Colorado Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Grand Junction. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 15, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s remedies are baseless Rick Wagner’s remedies for undoing what he thinks are Congress’ dastardly economic policies seem baseless. Corporations were contributing 34 percent of federal income tax revenues in the robust ...


Wadhams considers whether to run for GOP chairman

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republican Party chairman Dick Wadhams is considering whether or not to run for re-election. Wadhams told The Associated Press today that he hasn’t decided yet and will announce his decision in the coming ...


Williams making major oil acquisition

By Dennis Webb

Williams, the largest natural gas producer in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin, has agreed to make a major investment in North Dakota oil holdings, the company said today. The purchase, expected to close by year’s end, marks the ...


Tea party seeks Meis’ resignation

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The president of a local tea party organization has asked Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis to resign in connection with a report that Meis raised his elected position to try to avoid a ticket he received this past summer. In an e-mail sent ...


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