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E-mail letters, April 6, 2011

By Staff

Comments supporting bike race censored on Monument’s Facebook I realize that the idea of bringing a race back to Colorado National Monument has met hurdle after hurdle, but I am saddened that mention of this on the Colorado National ...


Civil unions law will be revived

By The Daily Sentinel

When a legislative committee quietly killed a bill last week — strictly along party lines — that would have given legal protections to civil unions involving same-sex couples, it didn’t draw a lot of news coverage. The event ...


Hickenlooper’s indecisiveness may help Republicans

By Rick Wagner

The “Loop” was loose in Mesa County last weekend, as Colorado’s Gov. John Hickenlooper visited Western Colorado’s Club 20, an economic and policy organization for the 20 counties on the Western Slope. It always seems to ...


Printed letters, April 7, 2011

By Staff

Uranium concerns are warranted I’m sure letter writer Lois Dunn must be aware that throwing around the Nazi references hardly classifies one as reasonable, and that the Goebbels’ quote could just as easily be applied to her ...


A bipartisan reform

By The Daily Sentinel

With Republicans at loggerheads with Democrats over the budget, and a government shutdown looming, it’s hard to imagine bipartisanship in Washington, D.C. right now. But one issue did bring members of both parties together. The Senate ...


Tax break debate could preview Colo. budget fight

By The AP

DENVER — House Democrats pushed back on a Republican proposal to cut business taxes today, triggering a vigorous debate that foreshadows the likely battle next week when the chamber takes on the state budget. Democrats said a proposal ...


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Older dog needs good home

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It can be hard to find a nice rental home — especially when a family includes canine members. Often, like Bubba, the family pets must find a new home with a new family. Bubba is a five-year-old Stafford Shire Terrier whose loving, ...


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Warmest water provides fastest action at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,609 asl                 Water Temperature: 51 – 57 degrees F PAGE, ARIZ. – The report this week finds most striper fishing success in the southern end of Lake ...


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Mobile wheel repair unit takes off

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lindsey “Buster” Jackson has been the valley’s auto dent repair specialist for nearly 20 years. Former co-owner of Dent Busters, Jackson started doing business this year under the new name of Dent Repair Specialists. ...


Rockies place ace Jimenez on DL

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Rockies have placed ace Ubaldo Jimenez on the 15-day disabled list so he can fully recover from a cracked cuticle on his pitching thumb that threatened to mess up his mechanics. Jimenez had an awful opener against ...


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