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Winefest tickets now on sale

By Staff

PALISADE — General admission and VIP tickets for the 24th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest are now on sale. The event will take place in Palisade’s Riverbend Park on Sept. 19.  Satellite events are planned throughout the ...


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Getting in character: Fruita grad, actor talks about Hollywood, film project

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tyson Turrou, a 1996 graduate of Fruita Monument High School, has lived in Hollywood for years, making a name for himself as an actor in TV shows and on stage. Now, the 37-year-old is ready to dive into movies, serving as executive producer ...


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Ex-Blagg juror found guilty

By Paul Shockley

Marilyn Charlesworth “willfully failed” to accurately answer a questionnaire before jury service in Michael Blagg’s 2004 murder trial in an action “offensive to the authority and dignity of the court,” a judge ...


Frightening new details emerge in theater shooting trial

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Vivid and disturbing new details about the Colorado theater shooting emerged in the third day of gunman James Holmes’ trial, with witnesses describing pandemonium and terror inside the auditorium. Police officers ...


9-year-old victim identified in fatal UTV crash near Craig

By The AP

CRAIG — The 9-year-old boy who was killed when the small off-road vehicle he was in rolled on its side has been identified as Jaydon Earl Sidener. His father, Kevin Sidener, tells the Craig Daily Press that Jaydon was a sweet child who ...


Keep telecom under the purview of OCC

By The Daily Sentinel

We pressed for the Colorado Senate to stop its foot-dragging and introduce a bill to reauthorize the Office of Consumer Counsel — the state agency that represents homeowners, farmers and small businesses in rate cases before the Public ...


The roots of Western attitudes 
regarding control of public lands

By Rick Wagner

In analyzing recent remarks in The Dailey Sentinel I find it gratifying to see that the good old “Sagebrush Rebellion” is still active. Comment has been spurred by the actions of some in the Legislature to figure out ways to force ...


Printed Letters: April 30, 2015

By Staff

Extraction helps North Fork Valley economy Fracking has been going on around Bull Mountain and Iron Point for over 25 years, and as far as I know there has never been a serious spill or leakage. They have been drilling and fracking on our ...


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Cheers! Sonic Slush

By Ann Wright

SWEET FREEZE Last week, Sonic announced that its candy-inspired slushes are back for another season and made are with “real fruit” and “real candy including Nerds, Jolly Ranchers and popping candy.” So naturally, ...


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‘Rugby saved my life’

By Dale Shrull

Gaven Pacheco sees an opening and breaks free. Free is a special word for Pacheco. Its meaning is as pure and unfiltered as a cloudless sunrise. At 19, there’s a disciplined recklessness to Pacheco’s rugby game. Reckless is all ...


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