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Fatigued?10 ways to replenish your reserves

By April Schulte-Barclay

If you find yourself drinking coffee while alternating eating sweet and salty foods, your energy plummets after lunch, and you feel as though you have to struggle to maintain a good mood and have good sleep, then you may have something ...

Entertainment Calendar: March 17–23

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 17 LATE NIGHT RADIO, 8 p.m., Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., EDM from Denver, $12–$15, 773-1775, THE RAVEN AND THE WRITING DESK, 9 p.m., Barons, 539 Colorado Ave., rock from Denver, with Shaun Ray from Ruby ...

Vincent Kriechmayr posts top time in Aspen downhill training

By The AP

ASPEN — Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria posted the fastest time in a downhill training run Monday at the World Cup Finals. Kriechmayr navigated the aggressive course in Aspen, Colorado, in 1 minute, 34.58 seconds. His run was 0.26 seconds ...

Email Letters: March 13, 2017

By Staff

We must come to terms with the reality of human caused climate change Coming to terms with the reality of human caused climate change evolves this way; First you deny climate change exists, then you deny humans have anything to do with it ...

Skeletal remains identified as missing Nucla man

By Staff

Montrose County Coroner Dr. Thomas M. Canfield said in a press release Monday that the human remains found by hunters in October have been confirmed as Gerry “Hoop” Reed, 56, of Nucla. Hunters found the remains in the Sawmill Mesa ...

Hotel bookings up in Aspen due to racers, spring break

By The AP

ASPEN — Hotel bookings are up in the Aspen area this week as two ski areas are preparing to host a large number of visitors due to a ski competition and school vacations. The Aspen Daily News reports occupancy is nearing 90 percent for ...

Oklahoma soldier injured at Buttermilk ski area dies

By The AP

ASPEN — A 20-year-old soldier injured at Colorado’s Buttermilk ski area last month has died. The Aspen Times reports that Andrew Garcia of Fort Sill, Oklahoma hit a tree on a beginner run on the mountain near Aspen on Feb. 19 and ...


Tile Meister

By Special to the Sentinel

You’ve been in business over 
23 years, what do you believe 
makes you successful? I can answer that in one word- SERVICE! We do what we say we will do, on time, on budget and we do it right! Why are you so dedicated to ...


Teresa Rens

By Special to the Sentinel

454 35 Road Area: Palisade / East Orchard Mesa List Price: $729,900 Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Four Total Square Feet: 4,370 Lot Size: 16.48 Acres Year Built: 2005 Garage: Six-Car Situated on a knoll overlooking East Orchard Mesa, with ...


Next generation gets ready for increased building activity

By Penny Stine

Blue Star, a local construction company that had been both a developer and a residential construction company, is no more. Owner John Davis, who learned a valuable, if painful, lesson after the Exxon pullout in the 1980s and survived by the ...

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