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Week in Sports for Aug. 28 - Sept. 3, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Hot sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


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Week’s Best Photos for Aug. 28 - Sept. 3, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


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Whitewater Community: 40 years of contemplation

By Rachel Sauer

In all this space and silence, there is time to linger over a riot of zinnias. Fat bumblebees mosey among the blooms, and hummingbirds dart. The sisters notice it all. The bread dough that’s rising on the kitchen counter will keep for a ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League August 28, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - August 28, 2011 Lone Ranger - Desert Course 1st Royce E., Karen E., Steve S., Nancy S.   T2nd Dick O., Monta O., Chuck T., ...


Printed letters, August 28, 2011

By Staff

In the West, our way of life revolves around water. It is our lifeblood. The best available evidence (aside from what oil companies lead you to believe) concludes that oil shale development could consume 378,000-acre feet of water each year. ...


President should rein in head of National Labor Relations Board

By Denny Herzog

A $750 million plant in South Carolina, as big as 12 football fields, for the time being won’t turn out a single airplane. At the moment, not a single job will be created by Boeing, the company that built it, and the company that wants ...


Colorado is fit for pro bicycle racing

By The Daily Sentinel

The atmosphere in Vail was buzzing Thursday, as bicyclist after bicyclist pushed themselves to the limit to see who could climb a steep, 10-mile section of Vail Pass the fastest. And a mountain resort that’s usually a somewhat sleepy ...


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Hardened competitors celebrate mining heritage

By William Woody

OURAY — The mining of gold, silver, lead and copper transformed the small town of Ouray into one of the richest places on Earth a century ago. On Saturday, the town’s mining heritage was celebrated during the fourth annual ...


Suspect in infant’s death accused of stealing from needy

By Paul Shockley

A man who remains under investigation in the death of his infant son burglarized his own office at the Mesa County Workforce Center, stole hundreds of dollars in cash and vouchers intended for needy parents and stole a company van in June, ...


Weekly Planner, Aug. 28, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, Aug. 28 What to Feed Your Child, free health workshop, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Crawford Friends Church in Crawford, presented by Dr. Wes Sheader, D.C., call 921-5196 to reserve a seat. Monday, Aug. 29 Fall hiking series begins, hosted by ...


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