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Fruita hires Mulvey as football coach

By {screen_name}

Sean Mulvey has been promoted from defensive coordinator to head football coach at Fruita Monument High School. Mulvey replaces Shawn Marsh, who left the Wildcats after one year to become the assistant head coach and co-offensive coordinator ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 16, 2011

By Staff

BLM’s application is much needed I’m writing to applaud the Grand Junction field office of the BLM for submitting a very thoughtful application for needed law enforcement to the state Off Highway Vehicle Grant Program. Last ...


House votes BLM budget cut over wild horse dispute

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — The U.S. House has approved an amendment on a voice vote that would cut $2 million from the Bureau of Land Management’s budget in protest over the agency’s wild horse roundups. Indiana Republican Dan Burton says ...


Printed letters, Feb. 17, 2011

By Staff

Recreational users on BLM land have long whined about reckless use. If someone damages public land, they ruin the fun for everyone else. Monitoring and enforcement are sorely needed on its 1.5 million acres, but the BLM does not have adequate ...


Gessler’s budget obstinacy

By The Daily Sentinel

Say this for Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler: He isn’t one to ingratiate himself with the majority. First, he announced his intention to work part-time with his old law firm because, he contended, his $68,500 annual state ...


Colorado’s tough budget choices

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no question that a quality public education system — from K-12 through college — is critical to developing a sound economic future. But it’s equally clear that, given Colorado’s current revenue situation, ...


Even Obama can’t take his budget proposal seriously

By Rick Wagner

There was a while this week, after I got a look at President Barack Obama’s budget proposal, when I thought the whole crypto-socialist thing he’s been telegraphing to the country might’ve been a big act. Looking at the ...


Specifics needed on reform replacement options

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko Specifics please. It is time for specifics. The Feb. 13 edition of The Daily Sentinel carried a front-page article on Republican plans to defund the health reform bill. However, we are not being provided specifics. In ...


Williams pursuing company split

By Dennis Webb

The largest energy developer in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin intends to split into two companies, it said today. Williams says it plans to create a separate, as-yet-unnamed exploration and production company, while keeping its ...


DNA samples matched with 40 crimes under Katie’s Law

By The AP

DENVER — A crime fighting tool that has raised privacy concerns has been fully implemented in Colorado. Under Colorado’s so-called Katie’s Law, DNA samples are collected from suspected felons when they’re arrested. ...


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