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Blotter: Sept. 21, 2014

By Staff

Vandalism at Commons Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is seeking information about a vandalism and theft incident that took place at The Commons, 625 27 1/2 Road. Between midnight Aug. 23 and 3 p.m. 
Sept. 3, unknown people entered the ...


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Time, money help improve vital habitats for wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

From the days of President Theodore Roosevelt, when early conservationists called for the first laws restricting the commercial slaughter of wildlife, hunters and anglers have been at the vanguard of supporters of conservation and scientific ...


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It’s a great time to check out Lake Powell’s striper boils

By Wayne Gustaveson

PAGE, Ariz. — Fishing is improving over the length of the lake as fisheries respond to improved habitat and forage. With water levels rebounding and spawning habitat returning, a new generation of bass and stripers is responding to the ...


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Check Mee out!

By Bill Haggerty

Mee Canyon is on my list of top-five favorite local hikes. It’s not for the timid. You must be flexible enough to crawl through a diminutive window arch on your way into this mystic canyon. You must descend a Navajo-style ladder into a ...


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Steampunk’s inventive Victorian flair gains fans near and far

By Special to the Sentinel

Imagine yourself surrounded by whimsy, in a world of steam-powered contraptions and Victorian-era charm. A gentleman strolls past, wearing a vest and brass goggles perched atop a bowler hat. He pauses to check his pocket watch and meets his ...


The Grand Valley could take lessons in pet acceptance

By Staff

As I watched the couple approach, my eyes were drawn to the two beautiful Shetland sheepdogs loyally positioned at the sides of their human companions. Pausing to watch, I admired the ease in which the four beings casually meandered through ...


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‘Inner beauty and wisdom’ of elders play central role in Padgett’s ‘Dolores’

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Laura flees Denver, seeking a new start from her troubled family and from the toxic patterns she fears repeating. She finds a new direction, new faith and new friend in Montrose in the person of Dolores, an older woman who helps Laura believe ...


Book Notes, Sept. 21, 2014

By Ann Wright

Book awards accepting entries Submission guidelines and entry forms are available for the 2015 Colorado Book Awards at coloradohumanities.org. For most books published in 2014, the submission deadline is Nov. 15. Submissions for books ...


For the Record, Sept. 21, 2014

By Staff

MARRIAGES Michael William Bou and Brittany Ann Osborne, Aug. 16. Christopher Randall Capp and Michelle Lynn Bailey, Sept. 6. Avan Antonio Crespin and Shanyn Irene Thomas, Sept. 6. Gene Chester Cross and Stephanie Serene Sheely, Sept. ...


Gray Gourmet, Sept. 21 , 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Spinach cheese squares, zucchini and celery salad, peach Royale, wheat bread slice. Tuesday — Chicken fricassee, peas and carrots, golden glow salad, orange wedges, wheat bread ...


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