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BP clarifies CEO is still in command

By Special to the Sentinel

BP officials scrambled on Saturday to say that Tony Hayward, their embattled chief executive, was still in charge of all BP operations in spite of comments from the company’s chairman the day before indicating that Hayward was ...


3 men charged in Ottawa bank firebombing

By The AP

TORONTO — Police on Saturday charged three alleged members of an anti-establishment group in the firebombing of an Ottawa bank last month, an attack that has raised fears of violence during the upcoming G-8 and G-20 economic ...


UK doctor admits he helped patients die

By The AP

LONDON — A British doctor who admitted shortening the lives of nearly 20 patients — including his own son — may yet face charges, British investigators said Saturday. Howard Martin, 75, was cleared in 2005 of murdering three ...


Three searches have happy ending in GarCo

By Melinda Mawdsley

Three recent searches by the Garfield County Search and Rescue ended successfully, but authorities are using them as reminders that people who intend to take vehicles off main routes in Colorado’s remote areas should notify others of ...


Colorado River users watching BLM changes

By Dave Buchanan

Among the issues local river users are following is the Bureau of Land Management’s menu of proposals regarding changes in visitor use of the Ruby-Horsethief section of the Colorado River. This much-used section of river, which begins ...


Tropical Storm Celia forms off Mexico’s coast

By The AP

MIAMI — Tropical Storm Celia has formed in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Mexico, though forecasters say it is expected to remain well offshore. T he National Hurricane Center in Miami said Saturday morning that Celia is about 355 ...


RI school to alter policy that banned soldier hat

By The AP

COVENTRY, R.I. — The superintendent of a Rhode Island school district that banned a second-grader’s homemade hat because it displayed toy soldiers with tiny guns said Saturday he will work to change the policy to allow such ...


Academy Bank under federal scrutiny

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A bank with branches in Wal-Mart stores across Colorado has been ordered by federal bank regulators to boost capital reserves and stop “unsafe banking practices.” Academy Bank has until August to submit a ...


Mesa County Junior Tennis League results, June 18, 2010

By Staff

Mesa Co. Jr. Tennis League Week of June 14 High School League Baseliners 5-0 Lobsters 4-1 Acers 4-1 Smashers 2-3 Dropshots 2-3 Untouchables 2-3 Dinkers 1-4 Slicers 0-5 Middle ...


Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational results, June 18, 2010

By Staff

Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational Friday at El Pomar Natatorium TEAM SCORES 1. Grand Junction Dolphins, 677; 2. Falfins Swimming, 671.50; 3. Montrose Marlins, 663.50; 4. Rocky Mountain Thunder, 499; 5. Swim Utah, 376; 6. Dixie Aquatic ...


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