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19 people ill in E. coli linked to Costco chicken salad

By The AP

SEATTLE — The strain of E. Coli linked to Costco chicken salad that has sickened 19 people in seven states is more likely to be life-threatening than a recent foodborne illness that led to the closure of some Chipotle restaurants in the ...

Lion cubs now on exhibit at Denver Zoo

By The AP

DENVER — A pair of two-month-old lion cubs has made their public debut at the Denver Zoo. The Denver Post reports that visitors to the zoo could see brother Kalu and sister Kamara for the first time Monday. Zookeepers say prime viewing ...

We should welcome Syrian refugees

By Bill Grant

As the number of immigrants dislocated by the war in Syria grows in Europe, pressure is increasing on the United States to share the burden of resettling refugees from the war pouring into Europe. Closing the door on the refugees, President ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 25, 2015

By Staff

Wagner’s recent fracking column deserves response In his recent column “Fracking supports our freedom,” Rick Wagner claimed that hydraulic fracturing of oil- and gas-bearing shale has given us energy independence at a crucial ...

Commissioners paint a grim budget picture

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County commissioners will soon finalize a budget for 2016 by either “raiding” the capital fund or accepting a paper deficit and directing department heads to pare spending. Sounds dire either way. But much of the ...


Athleticism the key ingredient for Central girls

By Matt Meyer

Expect a lot of running and scrappy defense from the Central girls basketball team this season. Fourth-year coach Mary Doane said the Warriors, who finished 7-16 last season, will rely on their athleticism. “In high school it is what ...


The final step

By Jon Mitchell

The proverbial level of hunger for the Delta and Roosevelt high school football teams has intensified this week. Delta is playing in the semifinal round of the Class 3A state playoffs for the second time in three seasons, and 10 seniors on ...

CHSAA releases proposed FB conferences

By Jon Mitchell

Nothing about the proposed football conferences released by the Colorado High School Activities Association on Tuesday surprised Paul Cain. “We were totally expecting this,” the School District 51 athletic director said. “We ...

Sports Briefs, Nov. 24, 2015

By Staff

Prep Football 5 Wildcats earn first-team all-conference Fruita Monument placed five players on the first team, five on the second team and had the coach of the year on the All-Continental North Conference Team. Senior offensive lineman ...

Local cycling results, Nov. 24, 2015

By Staff

Salty Treads Bike Race 1.6 Mile Race Nov. 21, Fruita CX A Race (Top 15) Name City Laps Time Chris Brandt Carbondale 8 50:22.9 Colby Lash Glenwood 8 50:37.7 Brian Mccall Carbondale 8 52:16.7 Taylor Bushong Grand ...

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