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Police blotter: June 18, 2010

By Staff

Truck driver ticketed A tractor-trailer driver who overturned his trailer on Interstate 70 in De Beque Canyon on Wednesday was ticketed for the accident, which closed a portion of the interstate for several hours, according to the Colorado ...


Boy flown to Denver hospital after near-drowning

By {screen_name}

A 16-month old boy was flown to a Denver hospital late this afternoon after he was found face-down in a bucket of water at his parents’ Fruitvale home, authorities said. Law-enforcement and emergency medical personnel were called to 572 ...


Olathe teen killed on motorcycle

By Staff

A 13-year-old Olathe boy was killed Tuesday in Montrose County while riding his motorcycle. Blake Austin Barrett died on his way to a nearby hospital. Barrett was riding southbound on 5600 Road when he disregarded a stop sign at the ...


E-mail letters, June 18, 2010

By Staff

Medical marijuana belongs in licensed pharmacies I don’t understand the hand-wringing over the marijuana dispensers. Now we have “medical marijuana.”  Big deal. We also have medical narcotics, amphetamines, ...


Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club June 17, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Sr. Men's League - June 17, 2010 Low Gross / Low Net - Flight 1 1st Gross Mark Fish 71 T2nd Gross Bob Hughes 73 T2nd ...


Sports cars attract attention, even when the driver is a little old lady

By Henrietta Hay

(Note:  This was written in April, 1993. That was 17 years ago and I was a mere 79. Hmmm. I guess I have grown up a little.) As a certified little old lady, I have had to give up doing a lot of things I like to do. Fortunately, there are ...


Printed letters, June 18, 2010

By Staff

Forestry policies hurt area economies We are very conscious of all of the Gulf of Mexico fishermen who are now temporarily out of work. While these losses of fishing jobs are devastating, this is nothing compared to the thousands of good ...


County’s health clinic won’t destroy local system

By Guest Columnist

By Janet Rowland and Craig Meis In response to a recent editorial, a column and several letters to the editor in The Daily Sentinel, we’d like to offer the following clarifications: Myth No. 1: Mesa County is setting up ...


Don’t exempt lawmakers from cost-cutting plan

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, campaigned for the Legislature with a pledge she would be a fiscal conservative, and she is keeping that promise. As Thursday’s Daily Sentinel article by Charles Ashby detailed, Bradford is now ...


Runoff wreaked havoc on national forest

By Dennis Webb

Recent high water and fast streamflows caused extensive damage to bridges, roads, water-diversion infrastructure, campgrounds and other facilities in the White River National Forest, the U.S. Forest Service says. Forest engineers report that ...


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