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Police blotter, Nov. 4, 2011

By Staff

Dog shot; man arrested A Montrose man has been arrested on allegations he shot a dog with a rifle after the dog bit him. Maurice Bellerose, 61, was arrested Oct. 30 on suspicion of aggravated animal cruelty, prohibited use of a weapon, ...

Silt sanctuary caring for two cubs orphaned after Crestone shooting

By Dennis Webb

Two bear cubs orphaned in August following a state wildlife officer’s controversial shooting of their mother near Crestone in August are being cared for at a Silt-area wildlife sanctuary, the Animal Law Center said Thursday in a news ...

Central closes out season with road victory

By {screen_name}

The Central High School football team ended its season on a high note, defeating Hinkley 46-26 in Aurora. The Warriors (2-8) scored 25 points in the third quarter to pull away for the victory. Noah Sanchez ran for two touchdowns and threw ...


Trials delayed for State Troopers in Kemp death

By Paul Shockley

District Judge Richard Gurley on Thursday agreed to defense requests to delay trials for two Colorado State Patrol troopers charged in the slaying of Redlands resident Jason Kemp. State Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer, 47, and Cpl. ...


You Saw It Photos –– November 2011

By Dan Bennett

Reader-submitted community photos for November 2011  ...

Powderhorn offers special season-pass prices at ski swap

By Dave Buchanan

Powderhorn Ski Resort will be offering season passes at savings of up to $231 for a family pass during the National Ski Patrol Ski Swap Friday and Saturday at Two Rivers Convention Center. The swap begins Friday with VIP Night from 6-9 p.m., ...

East Portal Road closed for winter

By Dave Buchanan

MONTROSE – The East Portal Road from the South Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison to the Gunnison River has been closed for the winter. The Curecanti Field Office of the Bureau of Reclamation announced the closure Thursday, citing ...

Printed letters, Nov. 3, 2011

By Staff

Denny Herzog’s commentary on the current frustration of Americans differs from my own. I support the tea party, but do agree that a large number of people are neither with Occupy Wall Street nor with the tea party. Unfortunately, a ...

Salvaging success from ballot defeat

By The Daily Sentinel

Supporters of Referred Measure 3B — the property tax increase for School District 51 that was soundly defeated by voters Tuesday — are searching this week for other ways to assist the school district without raising ...

Keystone, Copper to open for ski season Friday

By The AP

KEYSTONE — Two more Colorado ski resorts are set to start the season. Keystone and Copper Mountain open their seasons Friday. Arapahoe Basin and Loveland opened last month, and Wolf Creek is running its lifts on weekends.  ...

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