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Restaurant owner blames economy for liquor license problem

By Dennis Webb

A restaurant owner says the poor economy has curbed the appetite of people for dining out and has led to a license dispute with Garfield County over how much of its business constitutes sales of alcohol rather than food. Garfield County ...


Nebraska-Kearney lives up to national ranking against Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mavericks took their shots, but came away with a similar result. For the second consecutive night, the injured-plagued Mesa State College wrestling team lost eight of 10 matches in a 37-6 loss to fourth-ranked and defending national ...


King’s bill gets drilled

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re not at all unhappy to record the death of Rep. Steve King’s bill that would have required every public school in Colorado — from kindergarten through college — to hold emergency drills at least twice a ...


Bookcliff coal could be gold for economy

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s much information yet to be gathered and evaluated regarding a proposed new coal mine planned for the Bookcliffs north of Mack. But the prospect of a new business that could create more than 200 jobs for its own operations and at ...


Death Notices: February 08, 2009

By Staff

•  Howard L. Bassett, 96, Eckert, died Feb. 6, 2009, at Willow Tree Care Center in Delta. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Martin Mortuary with burial to follow at 1 p.m. at Mesa View Cemetery in Delta. Mr. Bassett was a ...


Survey shows gaps despite drug prevention success

By Amy Hamilton

As Mesa County has had success fighting drug abuse in adults, thanks to treatment options locally, youths and mothers with children need better care. That is one need identified by the community in a community survey conducted by the Mesa ...


020809 3A Mesa Democrats

Change from the bottom up

By Staff

At a time when Democrats across the country were reveling in a wave of victories, from the top of the ticket down to local races, the Mesa County Democratic Party was one of the party’s few black eyes on Election Day. From the ...


Blotter: February 08, 2009

By Staff

Woman finds stranger’s clothes in yard • A woman in the 500 block of 28 1/2 Road reported finding some items that weren’t hers in her backyard on Friday morning, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The ...


LS: Bruce Cameron Column February 08, 2009

By Guest Columnist

As I wrote a few weeks ago, I’m having a lot of pain in my rear end, and not just because I’ve got three kids. It’s because my back hates me. I guess I can’t blame it: Picture how you’d feel if you knew someone ...


LS: Art of Quilting Column February 08, 2009

By Sherida Warner

Twoscore and nine years ago, I first learned of the Gettysburg Address. As a fourth-grader, I was expected to memorize and recite that famous speech by our 16th president. My class also was tested on our ability to write those eloquent ...


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