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Long-missing World War II airman buried in Denver

By Paul Shockley

DENVER — A World War II airman from Denver has been buried in his hometown, 67 years after he and other crewmen disappeared when their B-17G Flying Fortress crashed in Germany. Army Air Forces Staff Sgt. John J. Bono was buried Friday ...


Trooper trouble requires more action

By The Daily Sentinel

The news that a local Colorado State Patrol trooper allegedly submitted official reports that contained incorrect information about people arrested on alcohol-related charges, and that he reportedly demonstrated a clear bias against drivers he ...


Suh’s 2-game suspension upheld by NFL

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NEW YORK — The suspension stands, and that means Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will sit out the next two games for stomping an opponent during a loss to the Green Bay Packers. Suh’s appeal of the suspension handed ...


Gingrich vs. Romney shows GOP’s ‘cult of competence’

By Josh Penry

A couple weeks back I posited that, unlike the GOP’s multitudinous congressional and senatorial blood-bath primaries in 2010, where being tagged “new” or “grassroots” was about the only thing a conservative had to ...


Va. Tech locks down after officer, 1 other killed

By The AP

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Virginia Tech officials said a police officer and another person were shot and killed on the school’s campus Thursday and the university locked down the campus, where 33 people died in 2007 in the deadliest mass ...


Court upholds uranium-mill process

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Montrose County’s approval of a conditional-use permit for a uranium mill near Naturita has withstood a legal challenge from the Telluride-based Sheep Mountain Alliance. The Colorado Court of Appeals in an opinion released Thursday ...


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Christmas Train Show

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Grand Valley Model Train Club will have its annual Christmas Train Show each weekend throughout December.  ...


Health Briefs: Dec. 6, 2011

By Staff

Local volunteers receive MS awards The Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society recently honored four Grand Junction residents and St. Mary’s Life Center during its annual recognition for volunteers. Lori ...


Let the kids climb the ice walls in Ouray

By Dave Buchanan

Instead of the kids making you climb walls during the holiday break, it’s their turn to climb. On four days (Dec. 26, Jan. 7–8 and Feb. 12), the town of Ouray will offer the 2011–2012 Kids Ice Climbing College (they could ...


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Board expected to OK new Colorado Natural Areas

By Dave Buchanan

Three new Colorado Natural Areas, including a key stronghold for Gunnison sage-grouse in San Miguel County, are expected to be approved this week when the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meets in Fort Collins. The meeting is set for ...


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