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Letter to President Obama won’t help Scott Tipton in 2012

By Bill Grant

Rep. Scott Tipton, along with other Republican representatives, must be watching the New York 26th District House race with great concern, if not outright anxiety. In that extremely conservative district, a Democrat has pulled ahead of the ...

Dogged dedication to serve

By The Daily Sentinel

Once they were known as dog catchers, then animal control officers. Now the local agency that deals with stray animals — and much more — is known as Mesa County Animal Services. And, as the names have evolved, so have the ...

Back to school for some deputies?

By The Daily Sentinel

Come late August, it is hoped that three Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies once more will be patrolling the halls of several middle schools in unincorporated parts of the county. That hope depends on the county obtaining a federal grant of ...

Using a different club to handle school bullies

By The Daily Sentinel

School authorities, police officers, parents and others have long been exploring ways to deal with school bullies. But Aubrey Emmons decided the effort shouldn’t be left entirely to adults. The Tope Elementary School fifth-grader last ...

Owner says go-kart safety precautions in place

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — The owner of the Grand Junction Motor Speedway says everyone involved in a go-kart accident that killed a 9-year-old girl bears some responsibility for her death. KMGH-TV reports that Stacey Cook also says safety ...

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ACLU sues State Troopers in Kemp killing

By Paul Shockley

A lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court alleges “recklessly deficient” training for Colorado State Patrol troopers contributed to the July 2010 killing of 31-year-old Jason Kemp at a Redlands home. The American Civil ...

Drilling projects proposed in Greeley

By The AP

GREELEY — Officials say two drilling projects involving dozens of new directional wells are up for consideration in the city of Greeley. The Greeley Tribune reported that Mineral Resources said the projects would drill several wells ...

Colo. woman charged with killing 2 kids being held

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — A Colorado mother who allegedly told police her two children were in heaven is being held without bond on murder charges. Authorities say 41-year-old Kelli Murphy appeared in a Douglas County courtroom today on charges she ...

Health Briefs: May 24, 2011

By Staff

Take steps to prevent swimmer’s ear Prevention of swimmer’s ear is the theme this year of Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention week in Mesa County is May 23–29, a time to raise awareness about healthy and safe ...

More than 100 bones found at fossil dig near Aspen

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Even though winter won’t seem to end in Colorado’s mountains, researchers are already digging for fossils outside Snowmass Village. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is leading the effort near ...

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