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Death Notices, March 10, 2011

By Staff

Marjorie Campbell, 98, Paradox, died March 8, 2011, at her home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Ms. Campbell was a homemaker. She is survived by one son, Gary Campbell of Cedar City, Utah; three daughters, ...

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Portrait — Vol. 2: Hot Right Now

By Staff

Photos from subjects of the Portrait 2011 series, Volume 2: Hot Right Now  ...

Durango couple enters guilty pleas in artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Colorado couple indicted as part of a sweeping federal investigation into American Indian artifacts looting has pleaded guilty to reduced charges in Salt Lake City’s federal court. Carl L. Crites pleaded guilty ...

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Over the Top: Hidden camera

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob’s job may be in jeopardy after he’s caught on hidden camera.  ...

E-mail letters, March 9, 2011

By Staff

Mesa County planning department hinders growth So the county building department has to lay off more people. Imagine that! Let’s see, after my wife and I came to the Planning and Zoning department to see if we could split a 5-acre ...

Broncos player’s attorney wants hearing closed

By The AP

DENVER — An attorney for Perrish Cox, the Denver Broncos cornerback charged with sexual assault, is asking a judge to hold a court hearing in secret because allowing the public and media to attend could taint a jury. The Denver Post, ...

Printed letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

Police are not too easy on the area’s homeless So, the police are too accommodating to the valley’s homeless, according to columnist Rick Wagner. Interesting, especially since School District 51 reports that it has 500 homeless ...

Don’t blame the U.S. for Mexican narcotics meltdown

By Rick Wagner

Most of us know of the national earthquake of narcotics gangs and terrorist tactics splitting Mexico apart like an egg dropped from a tall building. The problem is us, if you listen to Mexican President Felipe Calderon during last week’s ...

Nameless noncitizens

By The Daily Sentinel

At least 106 non-U.S. citizens — and perhaps 11,000 of them — have been improperly registered to vote in Colorado, Secretary of State Scott Gessler declared Monday. Those are some frightening numbers, released by Gessler just as a ...

David Broder, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

The death of an elderly news reporter or political pundit is not something that normally draws much attention outside the journalism world. But David Broder’s death Tuesday, at the age of 81, is one that should be mourned by all who ...

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