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Religion Briefs, Aug. 4, 2012

By The Associated Press

Healing Order meetings will continue The non-denominational International Healing Order of St. Luke the Physician Delta Chapter will meet at 5 p.m. Monday at St. Luke’s Church, Fifth and Palmer Streets in Delta. The meeting is a ...

Bennet proposes Thompson Divide protection from oil/gas leasing

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is garnering praise and criticism after drawing up draft legislation to prevent future federal oil and gas leasing in the Thompson Divide area west of Carbondale. The measure also would permanently withdraw currently ...

Report: Chimney Rock to become national monument

By The Associated Press

DURANGO –Chimney Rock Archaeological Area could soon become a national monument. The Durango Herald, citing unnamed sources, is reporting President Barack Obama will use his executive authority to declare it a national monument. The ...

Salt Lake valley residents angry about police tax

By The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake valley residents are upset about proposal to pay for police services with a property tax instead of the flat fee they’ve been paying. Several dozen people criticized the change during a meeting that the ...

Email letters, August 3, 2012

By Staff

Chick-fil-A ought to practice what it preaches I am embarrassed to be living in a community that turns out in such force to support a business whose management has exhibited blatant prejudice against those who would like to have the same ...

Archeologists working to repair Mesa Verde’s Cliff Palace

By The Associated Press

MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK – Archeologists at Mesa Verde National Park say a crack is threatening the southern half of the park’s largest and most famous cliff dwelling. The park announced Friday that the crack and other related ...

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Orchard offers free peaches

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The overgrown trees are laden with peaches that nobody wants to buy. “The packing house said they were too small. They’re considered a second peach and the houses are swamped this year with seconds,” explained Don Schanaman ...

Country music queen coming to Montrose on Aug. 10

By Melinda Mawdsley

The list of professional accomplishments in Lorrie Morgan’s career is long. There are the 13 studio albums, the numerous female country vocalist of the year honors, the 25 singles that charted on Billboard, and the duets with such ...

Triple Played: ‘Black Magic Woman,’ Peter Green

By Rock Cesario

“Got a black magic woman “Got a black magic woman. “Yes I got a black magic woman, “Got me so blind I can’t see “That she’s a black magic woman “And she’s tryin to make a devil ...

The Theatre Project performing ‘Biloxi Blues’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Theatre Project has a new home and the public is invited to check it out during two performances of Neil Simon’s “Biloxi Blues.” Shows are at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 3–4, at The Theatre Project Stage, 835 ...

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