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Grand Valley boys use tough defense to top Palisade

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — The high-octane offense of the Grand Valley High School boys basketball team switched to a methodical approach to its advantage Tuesday night. The Palisade Bulldogs found that out the hard way. The Class 3A Cardinals held ...


A bipartisan moment?

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama, who delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, was a different speaker from the unbending President Obama of a year ago. It was also a different House chamber than the one in which Obama gave his speech ...


Printed letters, January 26, 2011

By Staff

Gessler deserves kudos for initiative The Daily Sentinel sure likes to pick on some people whenever possible, such as new Secretary of State Scott Gessler. A front-page headline above the fold on Jan. 22 announced that Gessler “plans ...


Gessler may get Buescher’s counsel

By Bill Grant

In an ironic twist to the 2010 election, defeated Democratic Secretary of State candidate Bernie Buescher has been appointed by the Republican Attorney General as deputy attorney general for state services. His duties are to provide legal ...


Death Notices, Jan. 26, 2011

By Staff

Richard E. “Dick” Bower, 78, Grand Junction, formerly of Craig, died Jan. 20, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Maryann; two sons, Richard and Joe, both of Craig; two daughters, Cindy Padon of Craig ...


Mesa softball team picked first in RMAC

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Mesa State’s softball team is the overwhelming favorite to win the RMAC softball West Division, and is also picked to win the overall title. The Mavericks, who went 23-22 overall and 18-18 in the conference a year ago, received eight of ...


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Month’s Best Photos for January 2011

By Dan Bennett

Collection of the Sentinel’s best photographs for January 2011  ...


Screens in cars won’t get new rules in CO

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — No screens in the front seat of a car remains the law in Colorado. A Senate bill to tweak Colorado’s ban on having video screens in the front seat or visible to the driver appears unlikely to proceed this year. A ...


Proposed bill would allow bigger fireworks to be sold in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — More explosive fireworks could be sold in Utah under a bill passed by the House. Republican Rep. Jim Dunnigan of Taylorsville says House Bill 22 would reduce the number of people illegally bringing fireworks into ...


Utah bill designating state gun goes to House

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah House is debating the designation of an automatic pistol as the official state gun amid protest from a group who says it would be inappropriate because of recent mass shootings. Republican Rep. Carl Wimmer of ...


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