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Door-to-door Census drive starts Saturday

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On Saturday, 2,600 census enumerators will fan out across western Colorado to pick up where the mailed census forms left off. They’ll have a big job in front of them, judging by the response so far to the Sentinel’s requests to ...


Angler opinions sought on Crawford Reservoir

By Dave Buchanan

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is hosting two public meetings to discuss a proposed management plan for Crawford Reservoir. Meetings are set for 6 p.m. May 6 at the Hotchkiss Public Library and 6 p.m. May 14 at the Bill Heddles Recreation ...


042310 Food Bank

More people seeking aid for first time

By Amy Hamilton

JoAnne Kelty can spot the signs: the shuffling feet and the averted eyes when people wish they were somewhere else. In growing numbers, those who never before had to ask for assistance are showing up in Kelty’s office at The Salvation ...


2 accused in sexual assaults of girl, 11

By Paul Shockley

A pair of Montrose men have been jailed on allegations they repeatedly sexually assaulted an 11-year-old girl, according to Montrose Police Chief Tom Chinn. Melton Brown, 51, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexual assault on a child as ...


042310 Outdoor Heritage Day

Wildlife officer’s event copied across state

By Paul Shockley

Frank McGee managed to wrangle together a dozen or so sponsors, a few activities and as many giveaways three years ago for his hastily organized event in Palisade’s Riverbend Park. McGee, a Colorado Division of Wildlife officer ...


Officials pushing Salazar to rethink oil, gas policies

By Dennis Webb

More than 90 county commissioners and other elected officials in the West have signed letters asking Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to consider the impact of his oil and gas policies on jobs and rural economies. Among those making the request ...


Cox refuses to tell marijuana stance

By Charles Ashby

David Cox freely admitted he likes to drink, but he won’t say if he still supports decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana as he has in the past. In 2006, Cox was active in getting Amendment 44 on the state ballot, even being paid to ...


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Police record no big deal, Cox says

By Charles Ashby

A brush with the law for a Republican candidate for the Colorado House earlier this month wasn’t his first. David Cox, 28, had numerous arrests and charges filed against him in his early 20s, according to court and Colorado Bureau of ...


Traffic Alert, April 25, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: D Road is closed to through traffic from the intersection southeast of Monument Road to the south for the replacement of the bridge that crosses No ...


Weekly Planner, April 25, 2010

By Staff

Sunday, April 25 ShareFest 2010 continues, projects to help neighbors, communities and those in need, 985-1794. Nar-Anon, Unity Church, 3205 N. 12th St., 2 p.m., 241-7202. SMART Recovery, Dos Rios Counseling Center, 514 Fruitvale Court, ...


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