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E-mail letters, December 16, 2010

By Staff

Killing bear in den is hardly sporting I was curious when I saw the headline about the 750 pound bear in The Daily Sentinel on Dec. 15. As I began reading, my curiosity turned to disgust. What sport is there to track a bear to his den and ...


Masked men rob downtown home, stealing medical pot

By Paul Shockley

Armed men reportedly stormed a Grand Avenue home this afternoon, beat a man and stole medical marijuana from the home, according to Grand Junction police. According to police, three black men wearing masks forced entry at 1025 Grand Avenue ...


She’s been there, done that

By The Daily Sentinel

They’re having a get-together at the Commons in Grand Junction Saturday. It’s being called “Henrietta Hay’s Been There Done That Open House.” Hay served as a regular columnist for The Daily Sentinel for more than ...


Printed letters, Dec. 17, 2010

By Staff

Regarding the Dec. 12, “Lifestyle” section of the newspaper: An article written by Rachel Sauer about using Chinese characters for Christmas gifts is a nice idea, and it is very nice to see people interested in Chinese calligraphy, ...


Udall’s frustration

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Sen. Mark Udall might want to listen to the words of his Colorado colleague, Sen. Michael Bennet, who talked about the lame-duck session of Congress a couple of weeks ago. “The whole thing is rigged,” Bennet said. Earlier ...


Medical marijuana

Another smokin’ ballot measure

By The Daily Sentinel

Five months after a ban on medical marijuana centers was approved by voters of Mesa County, including those who reside within Grand Junction, city voters will have a second opportunity to cast ballots on the issue. The Grand Junction City ...


‘Tax-and-spend’ gives way to ‘tax-cut-and-spend’ on Capitol Hill

By Josh Penry

In fairness to the Republicans, they aren’t in charge of anything until the oath is administered to new members of Congress and the new Republican speaker is elected next month. So the Grand Old Party can’t be totally blamed for ...


Tebow Time could come Sunday with Orton hurting

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Tim Tebow is getting more snaps at practice with starter Kyle Orton nursing bruised ribs and the rookie might even get his first extended action of the season when the Denver Broncos visit Oakland this weekend. Orton sat out ...


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Details still sealed in sex case against Bronco

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — A judge today ordered the release of a criminal complaint in a sexual assault case against Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox but said a second document must remain sealed for now. The complaint was to be released later ...


Cops looking for hit-and-run driver

By {screen_name}

The Colorado State Patrol is looking for the driver of a car that struck a pedestrian in Clifton this morning and fled the scene. A Mesa County sheriff’s deputy found 29-year-old Michael W. Milbourn of Clifton laying on the shoulder of ...


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