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Rest of Beulah fire evacuees being allowed home Friday

By The AP

BEULAH, Colo. — The rest of the people evacuated by a wildfire that destroyed eight homes in southern Colorado are being allowed back home. Because of progress made fighting the Beulah Hill Fire, the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office ...

The world’s most valuable fish

By Greg Walcher

The beauty and bright colors of tropical fish grace many an aquarium, and some people are so into the hobby that they collect the rarest fish. That requires both a fascination with creatures of the deep, and a healthy bank account. Collectors ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 7, 2016

By Staff

Trump comes off like a third-world dictator I have to qualify this by saying that I haven’t been much interested or involved in presidential politics since the turmoil of the late 1960s. The calculus for me has now changed because the ...

Move now, FERC

By The Daily Sentinel

The case for Jordan Cove grows — and reveals some wild inconsistencies in U.S. energy policy. Just last month, a proposal to ship 7 million tons of Montana coal out of a port in Washington state received a favorable review from the U.S. ...

Hero in disguise

Quick Picks: Fall Harvest Festival; Comic Con

By Ann Wright

Saturday, Oct. 8 Fall for it Carve a pumpkin, get your face painted and go for a hay ride at the Fall Harvest Festival in Montrose. The event goes from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in Centennial Plaza downtown. Along with the ...

Enjoy meal at Empty Bowls

By Tammy Gemaehlich

About 50 area potters have created colorful and unique bowls for the 21st annual Empty Bowls luncheon and fundraiser for the Grand Valley Catholic Outreach Soup Kitchen. Empty Bowls will go from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at the ...


Bulldogs easily run away from Demons

By Dale Shrull

The Palisade Bulldogs used a dominating first quarter to cruise to an easy win Friday night. After nine plays of offense, the Bulldogs ran up 250 yards of total offense and 28 points en route to a 49-6 win over Glenwood Springs at Stocker ...


Double duty

By Matt Meyer

Twice in dual matches this season, the Fruita Monument No. 1 doubles team fell to Grand Junction as the Tigers rolled to 7-0 victories. But Thursday morning at the Elliott Tennis Center, Jackson Cesark and Daniel Lastine carried momentum into ...

6-run seventh carries Central to 3rd straight SWL softball crown

By Jon Mitchell

For six innings Thursday night, the Fruita Monument High School softball team proved it could play with the Southwestern League’s top team. In the seventh inning, Central showed why it’s the best softball team in the SWL three ...


Three shot in Molina attack

By Staff

MOLINA — Two suspects accused of shooting three men in this small Grand Mesa community were apprehended early Thursday morning, their potential getaway foiled when one of the shooting victims took their vehicle and fled the scene seeking ...

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