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Printed Letters: June 26, 2016

By Staff

Wagner quick to lay blame on race I’m embarrassed to say that I wasted time reading Rick Wagner’s column regarding the motives of the Orlando shooter. True to form for someone who is an ex-prosecutor and ex-sheriff’s ...


Feeling coal’s pain

By The Daily Sentinel

The newspaper industry and the coal industry have more in common than old age. Both have experienced enormous disruptions from new entrants into their once-safe markets. For newspapers – whose biggest ownership groups have been through ...


GJ Rockies highlights, June 25

By Patti Arnold

The Grand Junction Rockies lead from the start to move into a first-place tie in the Pioneer League South Division.  ...


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High Country Sporting Dogs provides training,
 ultimate adventures for pooches on Glade Park

By Katie Langford

Brett and Robbie Arnold have created a veritable canine paradise on their 40-acre property in Glade Park, though they’re telling folks it’s simply a day camp for dogs. The father-and-son team at High Country Sporting Dogs ...


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It’s scorching!

By Rachel Sauer

This kind of fire is usually reserved for the solid oak pulpit of a tent revival, accompanied by brimstone and exhortations to repent, ye wretched sinners. It encourages the searching of conscience, the searching of soul. It squats on its ...


As summer rages, let pets stay cool at home

By Staff

Approaching the entrance to the post office the other day, I stopped to hold the door open for a woman cradling a dachshund in her arms. It was blistering hot that afternoon. I was immediately impressed by her thoughtfulness for the ...


Book notes, June 26,2016

By Ann Wright

Off the Shelf highlights two authors Two local authors will be featured in next the Off the Shelf Author Series event at Crystal Books and Gifts. From 6–7 p.m. Thursday, Phyllis Moorman and Karen McKee will give talks related to ...


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One hospitalized after two SUVs collide

By Gabrielle Porter

One driver was hospitalized Saturday night after a two-car wreck that left a sport-utility vehicle nose-down in an irrigation ditch outside Whitewater, the Colorado State Patrol said. The two cars — a light-colored SUV and a black SUV ...


Blotter, June 26, 2016

By Staff

Police: Couple had meth, loaded shotgun in their car A man and woman arrested Thursday after sheriff’s deputies reportedly found a loaded 12-gauge shotgun in the back of the car they were driving are each being held in lieu of ...


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Industry: Shale report increases stakes for a BLM lease review

By Dennis Webb

The energy industry says a new report highlighting the huge potential for Piceance Basin shale gas development ups the stakes as the Bureau of Land Management considers whether to cancel or modify up to 65 leases in the White River National ...


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