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Getting It Right

By Staff

Palisade Town Clerk Carol Speakman has not certified petitions to place a question on the town’s ballot calling for a ban of medical marijuana dispensaries in the town. A Page One story Wednesday incorrectly said the petition was ...

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Sheriff deputizes 2 canine officers

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Sheriff’s Department recently added a pair of four-legged deputies whose talents lie in detecting narcotics and tracking people. Search dogs Oxx, a Belgian Malinois, and Ivan, a Dutch shepherd, were ...


McDonald’s Junior Tennis Tournament to reward players’ hard work

By Patrick Bahr

There are a couple of adjustments to this weekend’s McDonald’s Junior Tennis Tournament. First, it isn’t a new tournament, but a new name. This tournament has been known as the Elam Junior Tennis Tournament, but like the ...

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Over the Top: Civility in politics

By Bob Silbernagel

Civility in politics? That’s pretty much anathema to the American political system.  ...

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Farmers Market 2011

By Dean Humphrey

Scenes from the popular downtown event, which will happen every Thursday evening through the summer.  ...

Palisade medical marijuana question not certified

By Charles Ashby

Petitions to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in Palisade have not yet been certified by the town clerk despite earlier reports that they were. Petitions containing 187 signatures were turned in to Town Clerk Carol Speakman last week, but ...

E-mail letters, June 22 2011

By Staff

Don’t judge a mom by her tattooed cover I’d like to thank my neighbors for not being like the judgmental person who wrote into the “You Said It” column. I am female, tattooed and pierced. I have three children, all ...

Marathon agrees to pay $143,350 over spill near Parachute

By The AP

DENVER — Marathon Oil Co. has agreed to pay $143,350 over a fluid spill near Parachute. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is due to consider the settlement next week. Commission staffers say about 31,590 barrels of ...

TABOR lawsuit is about irritation over citizens’ right to vote on taxes

By Rick Wagner

If you hadn’t heard, some folks last month filed a lawsuit to declare the Colorado Constitution unconstitutional. Not all of it mind you, but I bet you can guess what part of the Colorado Constitution is causing heartburn for former ...

Chicken-friendly Fruita

By The Daily Sentinel

The city that celebrates a long-dead headless chicken each year is making it easier for residents to keep live chickens. Following a vote by the Fruita City Council Tuesday night, Fruita residents will no longer need to pay a fee and obtain a ...

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