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City fixes waterline break on Main Street

By The Daily Sentinel

A waterline break in the 400 block of Main Street today has been repaired but not after one business reported damage as a result of the break. Western Anglers, 413 Main St. reported some damage to the store’s basement area, but the ...

Knowledge and jobs are critically linked

By The Daily Sentinel

When the Colorado Legislature opened its 2011 session Wednesday, the economy, jobs and the state budget were on everyone’s minds. But Senate President Brandon Shaffer, of Boulder, added another wrinkle to the jobs issue, tying jobs to ...

U.S. political rhetoric has often pushed bad taste, not insurrection

By Rick Wagner

Unhappily displaying an inclination to not let any tragedy pass without attaching a political agenda, some people on the left have lunged at the Tucson shooting at startling speed, with little information and less concern for the facts. Even ...

Printed letters, Jan. 13, 2011

By Staff

When I read in the Jan. 9 edition of The Daily Sentinel the headline, “Energy efficient projects good for the bottom line and the environment,” I immediately wondered how thoroughly that encouraging headline would be supported in ...

Udall: Let’s all sit together for State of Union

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is asking Democrats and Republicans to sit side-by-side rather than dividing up by party during the State of the Union speech. Udall, a Democrat, said today the tradition of having the parties sit on ...

E-mail letters, January 12, 2011

By Staff

Mesa county deserves officials who act like adults Once again we find Commissioner Craig Meis in another act of childish behavior in his wish to taunt Commissioner Steve Acquafresca. Is there no end to acts of self-serving and childish ...

Panel upholds OK of mine plan near Crested Butte

By The AP

DENVER— A conservation group has lost its challenge of a company’s plan to look for molybdenum at an old mining site near Crested Butte. Riverton, Wyo.-based U.S. Energy Corp. won state approval last year of a revised plan to ...

Fox finally makes it to Denver for interview

By The AP

DENVER — John Fox finally has arrived in Denver to interview with the Broncos about their head coaching vacancy after wintry weather delayed his flights three times in two days. Sporting a new orange tie, Fox headed to Dove Valley today ...

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City of GJ to establish energy outreach program

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Ruth Michels thought she new a lot about home energy efficiency until she became the winner of a $10,000 home energy makeover from Xcel Energy. She’s so excited about reducing her energy usage that she’s teaming up with the city ...

Colo. has first divided Legislature in a decade

By The AP

DENVER — Republicans are back in charge in Colorado’s House, vowing to slash spending and stick to conservative principles as the Legislature opened its 2011 session today. Their top agenda: jobs and the economy. It was the top ...

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