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Death notices, Aug. 18, 2010

By Staff

Hilda Ann Walther Cary, 97, Fruita, died Aug. 7, 2010, in Twin Falls, Idaho. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Snell McLean Funeral Home. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at New Elmwood Cemetery. Ms. Cary was a ...

Uncompahgre Plateau Project wins hefty grants

By {screen_name}

Land managers on the Uncompahgre Plateau got a vote of confidence Tuesday when they learned the U.S. Department of Agriculture would pump nearly $500,000 into their efforts this year and nearly $10 million over the next decade. The ...

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City gets sales tax boost from Cabela’s

By Amy Hamilton

Even before Cabela’s opened at Mesa Mall, 27-year-old George Fry of Fruita dropped $1,200 buying boat equipment at the store. After learning of the store’s late May opening, he ordered equipment to be delivered to the store for him ...

Police seek suspect who tried to kidnap churchbound girl

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction police are investigating a report that a man tried to abduct a girl as she was entering a church Tuesday night. Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras said the girl called 911 at 8:07 p.m. Tuesday after she ...

Frontier Airlines to keep Denver-Aspen flights

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines will fly between Denver and Aspen this ski season after all. Frontier originally said it wouldn’t fly the route after September as it phased out its Q400 turboprop planes. But today, the Republic Airways ...

Bin Laden hunter says he wants to try again

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado man detained in Pakistan while trying to track down Osama bin Laden says he wants to try again. Gary Faulkner said today it could be weeks or months before he makes another trip and still has to raise money for ...

Money fuels politics and voter cynicism

By The Daily Sentinel

Most Americans understand several things regarding our political system today: First, it takes wads of cash to run a successful election campaign today, much of which must come from groups with an interest in issues that will come before ...

Colorado voters should consider a Top Two Open Primary

By Bill Grant

The best that can be said for the 2010 Colorado primary is that it is over. That’s the good news. The bad news is that our primary system is broken. How else could the Republicans, who were widely expected to make large gains in this ...

Printed letters, August 18, 2010

By Staff

Oil industry has never been properly monitored Years ago, at a congressional hearing in Fort Bragg, a fishing town in northern California, I testified against gas drilling off that wild Pacific coast. The citizens hung bed sheets from their ...

Youngsters in fast lane

By The Daily Sentinel

The tragic death of 9-year-old Taybor Duncan of Aurora at Grand Junction Motor Speedway this past weekend has prompted questions by readers of The Daily Sentinel and other newspapers about whether children as young as Taybor should be racing ...

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