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Rep. Bradford was wrongly attacked

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford did exactly what she should have done when she was stopped by Denver Police Jan. 25. She asked to be treated like an ordinary citizen. Earlier this week, The Daily Sentinel strongly criticized Bradford for accepting ...


Rep. Bradford was wrongly attacked

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford did exactly what she should have done when she was stopped by Denver Police Jan. 25. She asked to be treated like an ordinary citizen. Earlier this week, The Daily Sentinel strongly criticized Bradford for accepting ...


County commissioner hopefuls agree on most issues

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The three candidates running for the seat being vacated this fall by term-limited Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland did little to separate themselves from one another this morning, agreeing on issues ranging from government debt to energy ...


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Dog knees benefit from new surgical procedure

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

As the world of human medicine advances, many pet owners have high expectations about the level of veterinary medicine their pets can receive as well. Tiara Rado Animal Hospital, 2245 Broadway, works hard to stay on the cutting edge of new ...


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Q&A with pianist Jim Brickman

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two-time Grammy-nominated pianist Jim Brickman has added Grand Junction to his list of performance destinations. Brickman, known for his collaborations with top artists such as Martina McBride, Carly Simon and Olivia Newton-John, plays at 8 ...


Super Bowl fun

By Tammy Gemaehlich

You don’t have to be rooting for the Giants or the Patriots to have a good time watching the Super Bowl. Here are a couple of spots where football fans will gather for the big game on Sunday, Feb. 5: ■ Doors will open at 2:30 ...


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Pair of redshirt freshman grapplers settling in for Mavs

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Redshirt freshmen tend to have a bumpy year learning the ropes of college athletics. That’s been the case for Colorado Mesa University wrestlers James Martinez and Jordan Passehl, but both have shown potential. “Both of them ...


Santorum gets endorsement from Tancredo

By The Associated Press

LAKEWOOD — Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has picked up an endorsement from former Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo. The failed gubernatorial and presidential candidate is a tea party favorite. Santorum was ...


Group suing to block Christo’s “Over the River”

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Opponents of the artist Christo’s plan to suspend giant fabric panels over parts of the scenic Arkansas River are asking a federal judge to block him. The group Rags Over the Arkansas River contends the U.S. Bureau of ...


Triple Played: Huge variety of musicians on ‘Chimes of Freedom’

By Staff

Bob Dylan is the greatest songwriter of my generation and maybe of all-time. I have said that many times. I also have said that sometimes the fact is even more evident when someone else is singing one of Dylan’s songs. This never has ...


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