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Feds: Parks, monuments managed equally

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Fears that the National Park Service would manage a national park differently than it would a national monument aren’t borne out in federal law. Others outside the National Park Service, however, might view parks differently than ...

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New Palisade winery feels like home

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If it weren’t for the small, wooden sign at the end of the driveway, a passerby might mistake Gubbini Winery for someone’s home. That’s because it is someone’s home. Proprietor Linda Lee Gubbini has lived for 21 years ...


Trails can lead to introspection, inner peace

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the ninth in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. No Thoroughfare Canyon, the wettest place to hike in Colorado National Monument, has a reputation ...

Denver parks manager named new Mesa County administrator

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Denver Parks and Recreation Manager Chantal Unfug will become the next Mesa County administrator, county officials told The Daily Sentinel this afternoon. County commissioners reached a unanimous agreement this morning to hire Unfug, who will ...

E-mail letters, April 13, 2011

By Staff

April 10 ‘Commentary’ section was a good read Bob “Silvernail” (aka Silbernagel) and staff provided an excellent Commentary section in the April 10 edition of The Daily Sentinel. The editorials were spot on. The ...

‘Tyranny of Mathematics’ collides with power of government employees

By Rick Wagner

With politicians from either side of the aisle complaining about the other being controlled by extremist factions, it’s hard to take it all in. But soon it won’t matter, as we’re about to be ruled by a more ruthless force: ...

Jobs situation boosts economic optimism

By The Daily Sentinel

The number of job openings in the United States grew by 352,000 in February, to nearly 3.1 million, the largest increase in job growth since December 2004. That’s just one of several indications that the jobs picture in this country is ...

Congratulations Matt Diers and Palisade High School

By The Daily Sentinel

There are a multitude of solutions offered to improve public education in this country. One of them, put forth on these pages recently by Marcia Neal, local representative on the Colorado State Board of Education, is to hold students more ...

Printed letters, April 14, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s April 12 editorial highlighting a major move forward on calming the controversies involving divulging the ingredients of the fracking fluids used by the oil and gas industry is welcome news. However, there remains ...

Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club April 13

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - April 13, 2011 T's and F's - First Flight 1st Kathy Short 29 2nd Char Fields 31 3rd Gail ...

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