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Getting It Right, Feb. 10, 2011

By Staff

A headline on Page 2A Wednesday incorrectly indicated the city of Grand Junction erred in telling some local businesses that they had paid their sales taxes late. The mistake was made by the Colorado Department of Revenue. A story on Page 2A ...


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Police investigating deaths of two men

By Paul Shockley

Investigators do not suspect foul play in the death of a man whose body was found along a residential sidewalk Wednesday morning in downtown Grand Junction, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. A woman walking to work around 6 ...


Garfield studies not part of EPA fracturing probe

By Dennis Webb

A draft Environmental Protection Agency plan for looking into concerns about hydraulic fracturing’s possible impacts on drinking water doesn’t include any of several Garfield County sites that have been proposed for case ...


Blotter, Feb. 10, 2011

By Staff

Man accused of burglary William Jacob Paraday, 31, 3268 E Road, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of seven counts of second-degree burglary and seven counts of theft of less than $500, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


Renewable energy standards survive GOP target

By The AP

DENVER — Republican plans to undo clean-energy policies approved in recent years in Colorado have failed in the Democrat-controlled Senate. A Senate committee today narrowly rejected GOP measures to ratchet back a renewable energy ...


Tri-State working to preserve safety near airport

By Guest Columnist

By Scott Fernau Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association treats safety as a primary concern when proposing and constructing transmission projects. The same can be said regarding our new 115-kilovolt transmission line being built in ...


RFP for golf course grills makes it tough for private contractors

By Rick Wagner

The persistence of memory is either an unusual painting by the surreal artist Salvador Dali, with a bunch of melting pocket watches, or the bane of bureaucrats and politicians who hope the citizenry will lose contact with their short-term ...


A bipartisan attempt at amendments fix

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Legislature is at it again. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is pushing legislation that makes it more difficult to amend the state Constitution. We sincerely hope they are successful. The most recent effort to persuade ...


Printed letters, Feb. 10, 2011

By Staff

As an owner of a business on Main Street, I was really disappointed to see the Feb. 5 front-page article in The Daily Sentinel. It’s unfortunate Vintage West Boutique is not surviving, but I don’t believe that tells it like it ...


Hatchet slaying case ends in mistrial

By Dennis Webb

A month-long trial ended in a mistrial in Meeker today because a holdout juror disagreed with 11 others who believe Jerry Snider Jr. is guilty of first-degree murder in the hatchet slaying of his father. Ninth Judicial District Attorney ...


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