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Montrose lawyer takes helm of state bar

By Charles Ashby

When Montrose attorney David Masters takes over as president of the Colorado Bar Association later this week, his biggest plan will be to remind those big-city attorneys on the Front Range that Western Slope lawyering is just as ...


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Month’s Best Photos for June 2011

By Dan Bennett

Summer’s heat in June as seen by Daily Sentinel photographers  ...


Wildfire near Boulder 40 percent contained

By The AP

BOULDER — Cooler weather has helped crews contain 40 percent of an 100-acre wildfire in a canyon northwest of Boulder Residents of 340 homeowners were still on standby to evacuate today but crews so far have managed to keep the fire ...


Bill aims to speed up oil, gas permitting process

By The AP

DENVER — Rep. Mike Coffman has introduced legislation to streamline the process for getting oil and gas drilling permits on leases of federal land. The trade groups Western Energy Alliance and Colorado Oil and Gas Association support ...


Thoughts on a new life, another place at the table

By Jim Spehar

Last week was quite a week, bringing a flurry of emotion as another generation of Spehars took root in Colorado. Weston William Spehar became the first of the sixth generation of our family in the state adopted by my immigrant great ...


Printed letters, June 28, 2011

By Staff

I am exhausted by hope. From the “Man from Hope” to “Hope and Change,” all that has occurred is broadening of wealth redistribution, a huge increase in our national debt and an ever-increasing dependent society. I ache ...


Some see pot dream going up in smoke

By The Daily Sentinel

What a difference two years make. In the summer of 2009, medical marijuana dispensaries were sprouting like weeds throughout the state, buoyed by a state court case and new federal interpretation of medical marijuana enforcement. Those ...


DUIs, underage alcohol tickets down at Country Jam

By Staff

Arrests or citations for most alcohol-related offenses saw a year-to-year decline during this year’s Country Jam festival which ended Sunday, according to numbers released today. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said in a ...


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Benges celebrates 100 years

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Although Benges Shoe Store has been around for 100 years, this was the first time that Francis Messinger had been to the store. Messinger, 91, would have been eight when the store opened in 1911. She and her friends made the drive from ...


E-mail letters, June 27 2011

By Staff

Mesa commissioners show support for TABOR, voters On June 20, the Mesa County commissioners voted to approve a resolution declaring their support for the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights. This was done in response to a lawsuit, brought about by ...


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