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Student Spotlight, July 11, 2011

By Staff

Rani LeNae Simpson of Fruita Monument High School is among 15 middle and high school students from 12 cities in Colorado who were named to the Colorado Meth Project’s Teen Advisory Council. The council was formed to assist the project ...


Death Notice, July 11, 2011

By Staff

Victor A. Ness, 69, Cedaredge, died July 7, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Bette Jo; two sons, Mark A. of Austin and Christopher A. of Cedaredge; one daughter, Pamela K. Kibel of ...


Electric co-op will lease solar panel space

By Staff

The Delta-Montrose Electrical Association soon will begin   leasing electric capacity of its community solar photovoltaic panels to customers in Montrose and Delta. The program will begin Thursday. DMEA customers will be able to offset ...


Grand Mesa tops Fruita for Major girls title

By Scott Schlaufman

In Saturday’s loss to Fruita, Grand Mesa Major girls coach Kevin Rubalcaba wasn’t pleased with how many runners were left on base. So Sunday, when the teams met again in a winner-takes-all Little League District 1 championship ...


Sports in Brief: Taylor’s swept in Boulder Invitational

By Staff

Baseball Taylor’s swept in Boulder Invite Gene Taylor’s American Legion team lost two games Sunday in the consolation bracket of the Boulder National Invitational. Cherokee Trail defeated Taylor’s 7-1. Casey Burns was 1 ...


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Standoff on Jackson Street

By Dean Humphrey

Scenes from a neighborhood standoff Sunday. One man was taken into custody, and there were no serious injuries.  ...


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Top quilts tantalize eye of the beholder

By Sherida Warner

This week, I’m sharing a few quilts that won top awards at the 2010 World of Beauty judged show at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. These were among a display of category winners that greeted visitors upon entry to the ...


UPDATE: Suspect arrested, no one injured after Fruitvale home standoff

By Staff

A cheer went up among neighbors on Jackson Street at about 5 p.m. after police made the arrest of man who had barged into a home there hours earlier threatening residents with a shotgun. The man, whose name has not been released, came out ...


Club 20 assails roadless proposal

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A proposed rule that would govern management of 4.2 million acres of national forest lands in Colorado should be scrapped, according to Club 20. Instead, a rule submitted by Gov. Bill Ritter in 2008 should be adopted, the Western Slope ...


Printed letters, July 10, 2011

By Staff

Are there new threats to city’s water supply? Thanks to The Daily Sentinel for the May 27 article on reported evidence of 992 spills “of wastewater, oil and other substances” in the Piceance Basin from 2001 through 2010, ...


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