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New, colorful exhibit opens at Museum of the West

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The stories of Navajo basketry and early history of the Diné (meaning Navajo people) come to life in an exhibit that opens Friday, May 22, at the Museum of the West, 462 Ute Ave. “‘Diné Bits’aa’Bahane: ...

Food Truck Fridays back by popular demand

By Melinda Mawdsley

After a popular response last year, Food Truck Fridays return in 2015 with a much longer season and an additional night of food and fun in Fruita. Instead of operating on just eight nights as in 2014 in Grand Junction and Palisade, Food Truck ...

Lines West: Experience Is What You Get

By Staff

Is What You Get Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want because you’re not ready for it yet. Experience is what you get when you do something you regret, like leaving your family ...

First case of ‘rabbit fever’ confirmed in Larimer County

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County Department of Health has confirmed the first human case in 2015 of tularemia, otherwise knowns as “rabbit fever.” The Reporter-Herald of Loveland reports that Larimer County spokeswoman ...

Ski resort developers get land swap OK’d by forest service

By The AP

DENVER — Developers are a step closer to building a ski resort about 85 miles northeast of Durango in Wolf Creek with the U.S. Forest Service’s approval of a land swap. The Durango Herald reports B.J. “Red” McCombs has ...

Let the sun shine on freedom

By Greg Walcher

There is a fairly touchy conversation underway in the halls of the nation’s capitol about the future of the solar energy investment tax credit (ITC), because it is set to expire at the end of 2016, and President Obama has asked Congress ...

Printed Letters: May 22, 2015

By Staff

We all have the right to choose what we believe After reading the non-Bible and non-Christian beliefs of Anne Landman, I had to express mine. Christians and those who believe the Bible also take responsibility for our actions. We also believe ...

We can do better 
by our veterans

By The Daily Sentinel

There are big problems at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which is under renewed scrutiny for incurring nearly $1 billion in cost overruns during construction of a new VA hospital in Aurora. Nearly a year ago, then-Secretary Eric ...

Teacher pay gets training-minded revamp

By Emily Shockley

District 51 School Board members and members of the local teacher’s representation group, Mesa Valley Education Association, have ratified a 2015-16 contract that revamps the teacher pay system to reward job-related training hours ...


How radiation works in treatment of cancer

By Greg Ruland

The $3.5 million linear accelerator soon to be installed by Community Hospital is similar to devices currently in use at St. Mary’s Hospital, said Dr. Vernon King, a pioneering radiation oncologist on staff at St. ...

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