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Valley investor Lou Zangerle dies

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A memorial service for one of the investors in failed Valley Investments will take place Saturday. Lou Zangerle, 71, died Feb. 5 after a collision Jan. 29 in a parking lot. Zangerle was a regular attendee at hearings involving Philip Rand ...

Avalanche strikes near Ridgway

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An avalanche near the town of Ridgway in southwestern Colorado reportedly injured several people today. There were reports late this evening that one person was killed, but The Daily Sentinel was unable to confirm those reports, and details ...

E-mail letters, Feb. 11

By Staff

End liquor monopoly and preserve coal plant First: the state should correct the legal fix presently in effect that restricts competition in the sale of liquor. Most industries and businesses in this country do not have special legal ...

Woman’s death on Orchard Mesa ruled suicide

By Paul Shockley

A 33-year-old woman whose body was found inside a parked car on Orchard Mesa Wednesday evening committed suicide, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. The coroner’s office in a news release did not identify the woman, ...

King puts himself in political crosshairs

By The Daily Sentinel

When a House Ethics Committee began looking into allegations that state Rep. Steve King improperly intermingled state legislative reimbursement funds and campaign money, the Grand Junction Republican claimed it was a politically motivated ...

League of Women Voters still going strong after 90 years

By Henrietta Hay

When I was born, my mother could not vote, own property or run for office. Today I can do all three, although I think I will skip seeking office. It has been a long, hard fight. In spite of Abigail Adams’ plea to her husband, John, at ...

Printed letters, Feb. 12, 2010

By Staff

Forest Service already fights spruce beetles In response to The Daily Sentinel’s “Forest Service must act to save spruce forests” editorial, dated Jan. 26, I wanted to provide information on what the Forest Service has been ...

Body farm stinks to residents

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Mesa State College intends to place human corpses for scientific study on college-owned property in Pear Park, one of the fastest-growing residential areas in the Grand Valley, The Daily Sentinel has learned. A body farm, the nickname for a ...

021110 Grad Fair MoJo

MSC gears up for 2010 graduation

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The graduating class of 2010 at Mesa State College are so close they can almost taste it. This week the college’s Alumni Association and the MSC Bookstore teamed up with local area businesses to help graduates celebrate in style. ...

Wildcat Mining fined $15,400 over Colo. gold mine

By The AP

DURANGO — Colorado regulators have fined a gold mine operator in La Plata Canyon a maximum $15,400 for mining without a permit. A year ago, the Mined Land Reclamation Board sanctioned Wildcat Mining Corp. for cutting a new road without ...

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