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Local archery results, June 16, 2012

By Staff

Big Sky Open Saturday at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Men’s first-round results Championship Freestyle Bradon Gellenthien, Maine 588 Steve Anderson, Utah 587 Duane Price, Wisc. 586 Jeremy Terhune, Wyo. 584 Henry Bass, Utah  ...

Spill from well pipeline limited to dry creek bed

By Charles Ashby

About 50 barrels of “produced water” from a natural gas well spilled into Dry Hollow Creek near Silt on Saturday, an EnCana spokesman said. Doug Hock, spokesman for the natural gas company, said a pipeline carrying water from a ...

Hot dog! Here’s a summertime experiment

By Staff

Here is an experiment for all dog owners who love taking their best friends with them nearly everywhere, anytime. Objective: To determine the effects of high summer temperatures on you and your dog. Items you will need: Go find the box in ...

Enviros pan pick for utilities board

By Charles Ashby

Several environmental groups aren’t too happy with Gov. John Hickenlooper’s recent choice for the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. The groups say the appointment of Pam Patton of Bayfield establishes a trend against renewable ...

Asphalt firm, organic farm again at odds

By Dennis Webb

The owner of an organic farm southeast of Rifle is voicing concerns about a company’s revised proposal for use of neighboring land, after Garfield County commissioners’ rejection of an asphalt plant plan there earlier this ...

Death Notices, June 17, 2012

By Staff

■ Lela Browell, 96, Montrose, died June 14, 2012, at Valley Manor Care Center in Montrose. Survivors include one son, Gary Anson of Cedaredge. Crippin Funeral Home is handling arrangements. ■  Leonard W.D. Campbell, 84, ...


On going east to fish Western Slope water

By Dave Buchanan

Going east to fish Western Slope water can be ironic at best, as several Daily Sentinel readers brought to my attention this week. Wednesday’s story about fishing Boulder Creek within the limits of the city of Boulder brought several ...


Baby deer, elk need to be left alone to survive

By Dave Buchanan

With early summerlike temperatures driving people into the high country, it’s not surprising wildlife officers are hearing more reports of people encountering a deer fawn or an elk calf. Should you find a fawn or elk calf, “the ...


Small is tough

By Dave Buchanan

It’s been said that small-stream fishing has a life and attitude of its own, an attitude that anglers either compliantly adopt or go home frustrated, vowing never to return. There is a unique methodology and philosophy to small-water ...


Creative force at work in ‘power suit’ challenge

By Sherida Warner

Leftover swatches of men’s suiting fabrics from a tailor in the Washington, D.C., area became the basis for a creative sewing exercise called “Power Suits: An Art Quilt Challenge.” Because the co-founders live in the ...

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