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Tools for tax time

By Greg Ruland

People who own profitable businesses have three weeks to buy equipment, structure payments or take other action to soften the tax consequences of their successful year, tax experts around the country say. With several options to consider, ...

Biz Briefcase: Dec. 10, 2015

By Staff

Community to celebrate and sing-along Friday The 20th Annual Spirit of Christmas Celebration and community sing along starts 5 p.m. Friday, organizers said. Shops will be open and refreshments will be served. Musicians, singers and other ...

Biz Buzz:  Dec. 10, 2015

By Staff

Floating in utter darkness, at low gravity, in a totally silent, completely sanitized environment provides intense relaxation and many health benefits, according to Alisa Bailey, a local entrepreneur who recently launched a new business with a ...

Death notices, Dec. 10, 2015

By Staff

■ Jo Beth Blazon, 67, Grand Junction, died Dec. 9, 2015, at her home. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Sunday at Palisade Funeral Home chapel. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Clifton Christian Church with interment to follow ...

Aspen, Colorado, homeless man wins six-figure lottery prize

By The AP

ASPEN — A homeless man living in one of the country’s most expensive places is at least $300,000 richer after purchasing a winning scratch ticket. Homeless advocates in Aspen say Michael Engfors paid $10 for the ticket with a ...

Email letters, December 9, 2015

By Staff

Health providers should support prostate cancer screening I recently read an article in the Sentinel on prostate cancer screening. I am a recent prostate cancer survivor, therefore, somewhat qualified to comment. Without PSA screening and ...

Prosecutors: No charges in Colorado high school sexting case

By The AP

CANON CITY — No charges will be filed against students involved in a widespread sexting scandal at a southern Colorado high school. Prosecutors announced the decision on Wednesday in Canon City, where high school students exchanged ...

Here we go. Again.

By Jim Spehar

Here’s my column-writing drill most weeks. Sunday evening or Monday morning I sit down at the computer. Some weeks I’ve had a topic in mind for a while, different approaches rolling around in my mind. More often my first question ...


School board keeps Pitton

By Greg Ruland

Paul Pitton, the Palisade High School math teacher and football coach elected to the District 51 board on Nov. 3, will continue to serve his term on the board for the foreseeable future, barring an intervention by the Colorado Supreme ...

Bison herd in Commerce City refuge to get more roaming room

By The AP

COMMERCE CITY — Federal wildlife managers are expanding habitat for bison at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in Commerce City. The Denver Post reports U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials plan to double the size of the ...

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