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102711 OTT Horse slave

By Bob Silbernagel

City leases, collateral and certificates of participation

By Rick Wagner

Now that the Occupy the Planters group at the old Mesa County Courthouse has mostly drifted away, there is an almost wistful feeling about losing some of the protesters. No one who saw the demonstrator dressed as Batman, giving a television ...

Printed letters, Oct. 27, 2011

By Staff

It has come to my attention that some members of our community seem to be against more funding for our schools. Being a seventh-grade student at Redlands Middle School, this concerns me. With less funding there will be less educational ...

Depot’s future could be on the right track

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that a Texas corporation called Grand Junction Railroad Inc. has purchased the old railroad depot building just off of First Street, there is hope that the historic building may be restored to its old grandeur. But there is reason for ...

Fibbing for FOIA

By The Daily Sentinel

There is considerable, well-founded consternation among journalists, civil libertarians and good-government advocates over a U.S. Department of Justice proposal to significantly revamp the Freedom of Information Act. One particularly onerous ...

102611 library mojo

Library and preschool partner to boost early literacy

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Mesa County Libraries and School District 51 preschools have partnered to add another resource to help promote early childhood literacy. The library had a surplus of children’s books and were looking for the best way to use them. ...

Search continues for missing hunter south of Silt

By {screen_name}

Search and rescue crews from Mesa and Garfield counties are combing a remote section of eastern Mesa County today in search of a missing hunter. Mesa County sheriff’s deputies were called to the area of Mosquito Lake and West Divide ...

Email letters, Oct. 26, 2011

By Staff

Vermillion Basin needed protection I live and work the lands just east of the Vermillion Basin, and I’m relieved that it has gotten some protection. Working on the land means depends on a respect for the land and a balanced approach to ...


Gross treats for a Halloween feast

By Rachel Sauer

Among Halloween’s many delights — the fake scabs, the miniature Take 5 bars, the “Monster Mash” — is the opportunity to be really yucky. And not just your run-of-the-mill yucky, but secretly delicious ...


VIP tickets sell well at Winefest

By Dave Buchanan

It’s the revenue, not the tickets. That, in a wine glass, is what has made Colorado Mountain Winefest an economic success, rain or shine. This year, rain greeted Winefest participants, or at least greeted those daring enough to show up ...

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