Sentinel by the Decade

The Question Mark Sentinel

Out of Darkness Comes the Light

Final Edition

Selections from the 2000s

Elizabeth Zisk Triumphs in Third Mayoral Election

November 3, 2009

Meet Question Mark's Nighttime Custodian

Bruno Ellis, a Department of Streets and Sanitation worker, keeps the town clean at night and communicates uniquely through drawings and symbols.

January 13, 2009

Apocalyptic Warning Disrupts Council Meeting

Tanner Pratt's ominous warning about the end of the world creates a stir at a Question Mark Town Council meeting.

May 9, 2008

Elizabeth Zisk Re-Elected for Second Term as Mayor

After a notable first term, Elizabeth Zisk wins her second term as mayor of Question Mark in an unopposed election.

November 8, 2005

Barry Lindholm Joins Question Mark PD

Barry Lindholm, son of Sentinel editor Sam Lindholm Jr., becomes the newest police officer-in-training in Question Mark.

January 8, 2004

Hilda Durn Triumphs at Marietta Area Garden Show

May 14, 2002

Elizabeth Zisk Elected Mayor of Question Mark

November 7, 2001

Professor Chik N Crunch Brings New Dining Option to Question Mark

The latest addition to Question Mark's dining scene, Professor Chik N Crunch, opened its doors this week, offering a new twist on fried chicken.

September 11, 2001

Bookman's Music: A Harmonic Haven Opens

April 15, 2001

Tragedy at Question Park. Sheba's Rampage Leaves Many Injured, Animal Still on Loose

July 8, 2000

Surviving Y2K: A New Millennium Begins in Question Mark

Residents greet the new millennium with relief and stocked pantries after Y2K fears prove unfounded.

January 1, 2000

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