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Palisade gets ready to grow - city services, business, fruit and veggies

By Penny Stine

The town of Palisade is a curious mixture of old-timers whose families have lived and worked in the area for generations and newcomers who love the area, love the small, farm-town feel to the area, but have to make a living. The area also ...


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First impressions

By Special to the Sentinel

Your home’s first impression is the front door. The beauty and quality of the door, the feel of the hardware, and the appearance of fine wood is a prediction of what lies beyond. Will it be the Beauty or the Beast? Amid the buzzing and ...


Salazar announces fracturing disclosure proposal

By Dennis Webb

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar today unveiled a proposal to require public disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells on public and Indian lands. The Bureau of Land Management measure would include trade-secret ...


On the Goe: Jack White rocks

By David Goe

A blunderbuss is a savage weapon. Muzzle loaded with a shot, nails, glass or really any malicious looking piece of scrap, the blunderbuss is used for clearing ship decks, making way for the attacking hoard. In the hands of Jack White it is ...


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Quick picks: May 4-10

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday, May 5 Simply fun There will be baby animals at Cross Orchards Historic Site from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for Spring Day on the Farm. Baby animals! There also will be demonstrations of old-time farming and blacksmithing. Baby ...


Cinco de Mayo celebrations abound

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It doesn’t happen often, but this year, Cinco de Mayo actually falls on Saturday and there will be multiple celebrations that day. From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 5, the Latin Anglo Alliance Foundation will host a free event on ...


In brief: May 4-10

By Staff

Party planned to benefit Three Sisters Park A celebration for the Three Sisters Park property purchase — 130-acres adjacent to the “Lunch Loop” trail system — will be from 4–9 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at the ...


Tess on the Town: Zagat adds Grand Valley eateries

By Tess Furey

The howls came loud and fast when the nominations for the Zagat’s restaurant guide for Colorado came out last week. “Hellloooo? How can the largest city between Denver and Salt Lake not be in the guide.” “Grand ...


Art Center hosts 14th annual auction

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Fine art will be awarded to the highest bidders at the 14th annual Art Center Fine Art Auction on Friday, May 4, at The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh. The event, which is The Art Center’s biggest fundraising event and supports art ...


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Portrait Gallery: Deborah Robinson

By Melinda Mawdsley

Local artist Deborah Robinson is admittedly different than most people. For example, when it comes to presents or packages, Robinson, 59, is less concerned with what’s inside than the look of the paper, ribbons, bows or bags on the ...


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