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Bruce not held in contempt, must still testify

By The AP

DENVER — A judge has ruled that anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce won’t be held in contempt of court for not testifying in a lawsuit about tax-slashing ballot measures, but he will have to answer questions about them. Denver ...

A bucket list for residents of Colorado’s West Slope

By Denny Herzog

Sitting in a bookcase in my house is Patricia Schultz’ “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.” It’s one of the better travel books of the past decade, and apparently served as the inspiration for a Denver Post piece ...

Did Reefer Madness afflict Grand Junction City Council?

By Bill Grant

Last June the Daily Sentinel characterized Grand Junction City Council’s attitude toward medical marijuana dispensaries in Grand Junction as “mellow.” Not much of that mellowness was still evident when council voted, after a ...

Mesa State plants seeds for continuing growth

By The Daily Sentinel

Although there is no definite date set for the opening of a forensic anthropology research center on Orchard Mesa, it’s welcome news that the Mesa State College Real Estate Foundation has completed the purchase of 35 acres for what is ...

No burning need

By The Daily Sentinel

Like the developers of the proposed Muslim community center and mosque a few blocks from Ground Zero in New York City, the members of a small church in Florida have a First Amendment right to carry out their plans — to burn Korans ...

Printed letters, Sept. 8, 2010

By Staff

Fires a necessary tool for local agriculture It’s the time of year in the Grand Valley to see plumes of smoke. To many, this sighting causes alarm. However, there is no need. These are controlled agricultural burns. It is necessary for ...

Hickenlooper, Maes agree to 9 debates

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado gubernatorial candidates John Hickenlooper and Dan Maes say they’ll stick to the issues as they prepare for nine debates before Election Day. Hickenlooper and Maes, who are the Democratic and Republican nominees, ...

E-mail letters, Sept. 7, 2010

By Staff

Rowland’s support switch means more votes for Maes So, Janet Rowland has spoken. She has had to make tough decisions in her political role. However, she is going to vote for a third-party candidate Tim Tancredo for governor. Will ...

DOE giving $575 million in carbon capture grants

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Energy Department said today it was awarding $575 million for carbon capture research-and-development projects in 15 states. The experimental technique involves storing carbon dioxide emissions from coal plants and ...

090710 Kramer mojo

Local dancer nearly ready for professional auditions

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Sixteen may seem awfully young to already be launching a career, but for Alex Kramer, a ballet dancer, it’s now or never. Kramer began dancing at the age of seven at the Institute for the Dancing Arts in Grand Junction. By age 14, he ...

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