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Feds to hold meetings on uranium in Colo., Utah

By The AP

TELLURIDE — Federal officials plan to hold hearings in western Colorado and Utah next week on the impacts of uranium mining and milling. The Telluride Daily Planet reports the U.S. Department of Energy will hold a public hearing in ...


Email leters, Aug. 5, 2011

By Staff

Cutting defense will not serve us well One of the least discussed aspects of the recent debt ceiling legislation is the extreme and mindless reduction in defense spending, especially acute if the super Congress spending reduction targets are ...


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Scenes from the Main Street Community Garden

By Christopher Tomlinson

Main Street Community Garden, located at 10th and Main Streets.  ...


US oil and natural gas rig count up by 12

By The AP

HOUSTON — The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by 12 this week to 1,920. Houston-based drilling product provider Baker Hughes Inc. reported Friday that 1,031 rigs were exploring for oil and ...


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Colorado Lottery celebrates office renovation

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Colorado Lottery celebrated its recently renovated claims office Friday morning with a ribbon cutting and free tickets. Abel Tapia, director from the Pueblo headquarters, said the lottery had experienced a banner year, selling $518 ...


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‘Art humanizes everything’

By Melinda Mawdsley

Sometimes, in the bleakest of economic times, come unexpected gifts. Within the past 30 years, this area has seen more than one financial fiasco, but each time people found a diversion through arts and entertainment. “Art humanizes ...


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Around Town Sounds: The Strolling Scones

By Kristin Hall

The Strolling Scones began on New Year’s Eve six years ago when Rick Stockton and Helen Highwater were asked to play as a fictitious British invasion band. They were so surprised and delighted by their success they decided to make it a ...


OutFit: School Style

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel The first day of school is a time for renewal. No matter what your look was last year, you can reinvent yourself. Here are some trends to get you started. 1. Fitted blazer & bomber jackets: ...


A crowd favorite at Palisade’s annual celebration is peach eating contest

By Staff

It’s over in a matter of seconds. The gorge fest is something to see. After the spectacle is over, all that is left is a pit and the sticky, glistening face of a kid grinning ear to ear. The children in the peach-eating contest tend to ...


Recent releases deliver

By Staff

There has been a lot of excellent music released in the past 60 days that I feel is my duty let you know about. There is a lot more music out there than I can get to today. These are just a few of my favorites. Madeleine Peyroux: ...


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