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Death notices: Oct. 21, 2010

By Staff

Angus Frantz, 83, Grand Junction, died Oct., 17, 2010, at La Villa Grande Care Center. No services are planned. Mr. Frantz was a business owner. Survivors include one daughter, Molly Peacock of Grand Junction; and two ...


Governor candidates to hold next-to-last debate

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s three major gubernatorial candidates will be holding their next-to-last debate. Democrat John Hickenlooper, American Constitution Party candidate Tom Tancredo and Republican Dan Maes will meet tonight at the ...


More cuts coming to Colo. budget this year

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter is ready to announce his plan to deal with a $262 million revenue shortfall to balance this year’s budget. That will be on top of the estimated $1.1 billion lawmakers will be forced to cut next ...


Unemployment steady in Grand Junction

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Seasonally-adjusted unemployment remained at 9.4 percent in the Grand Junction metro area in September, unmoved from August’s rate. The local unemployment rate in September 2009 was also 9.4 percent. Colorado’s unemployment rate ...


Living large: New bathrooms bring sweet joy

By Penny Stine

We are living it up big time here at the Daily Sentinel, let me tell you. Construction on the new men’s bathroom finished last week and the women’s bathroom will be finished any day now. Frankly, I’m more excited about that ...


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Tipton: Give Petraeus a chance in Afghanistan

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Scott Tipton, the Republican hoping to unseat U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., rallied about 45 supporters Thursday during a campaign stop in Grand Junction. Tipton, a Cortez businessman and state legislator, sounded his themes of budget cuts ...


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Officials: Hospital’s secret move a ‘hijacking’

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Commission expressed discontent Thursday afternoon with a recent decision by the Montrose Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees to create a new nonprofit corporation to run the hospital, calling the change a ...


Tancredo ratchets up effort to shoulder Maes from race

By Charles Ashby

Efforts to get Republican Dan Maes to drop out of the governor’s race escalated a bit Thursday. Maes supporter Joe Harrington posted a Facebook message on the Republican’s page that included a voice mail message he received from ...


Talks reach impasse in Roan Plateau drilling suit

By Dennis Webb

A judge will be left to rule on a lawsuit challenging the federal government’s oil and gas leasing on the Roan Plateau near Rifle after court-ordered negotiations failed to reach a settlement. “After multiple rounds of settlement ...


Developer accused of trying to hire hit man

By The AP

A 73-year-old real estate developer from Chicago, who authorities said tried to hire a hit man to kill a man over a court dispute, was jailed this week in Denver. A Clifton woman identified as the developer’s mistress figured ...


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