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2 people with gunshot wounds in Steamboat home

By Duffy Hayes

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs police say officers have found a man and a woman with gunshot wounds after entering a home. Police say the gunshot wounds appear to be self-inflicted and that the woman was shot in the head and the ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s Weekly Fishing Report, June 8, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: In Full Swing June is one of the best months for outdoor recreational activities in Colorado. Most schools are out on summer break and many families are taking vacations. What better vacation spot than right here in Colorful ...


Motorist killed on U.S. 6&50

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A man driving a truck was killed this afternoon after he turned in front of a Waste Management truck on U.S. Highway 6&50 just west of Mesa Mall, authorities said. The man was turning east onto U.S. 6&50 from F Road when the Waste ...


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Pickers come to bluegrass festival to listen — and play

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Many of the people who follow bluegrass festivals come not only to hear music played by professionals, but to enjoy picking tunes with fellow campers. ‘We get to play music as well as listen to it,” said Mike Morrman of Boulder, ...


Suthers pursues contempt ruling for Douglas Bruce

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is pursuing an order of contempt of court against anti-tax advocate Douglas Bruce. Suthers filed a motion in Denver District Court today. It says that the state has tried to serve Bruce 30 ...


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Orchard Mesa site contains 9 cemeteries

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Fourth in a series on the history of local cemeteries. In 1888, after the completion of the bridge over the Grand (now Colorado) River allowed easy access for horse and buggy travel to Orchard Mesa, Elizabeth Butt filed on the 40 acres of ...


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North area subdivision, Ruby Ranch, finds creative ways to fund development

By Penny Stine

Like other subdivisions, Ruby Ranch was put on hold while the developer decided whether or not to take the plunge and proceed. Rick Brown signed a contract for the 8½-acre parcel in the north area in 2006, before prices hit their peak. He ...


Homes sold June 1-7, 2010

By Staff

NORTH           SOLD PRICE 1155 Lakeside Drive #202 $160,000 717 Spanish Trail Drive $192,950 764 Glen Court #30 $195,000 2431 Applewood Place $215,000 645 Gold Leaf Court $229,000 2661 Grand Vista ...


Realtors news for June 13, 2010

By Staff

BRAY REAL ESTATE Bray Real Estate would like to congratulate Bev Bennett on her retirement from real estate after 22 successful years. She has been a top producer, a mentor for new agents, a member of the Circle of Excellence and has served ...


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Studios playing it safe with remakes

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nothing is perfect in Hollywood. As talk swirls in the film industry about a possible remake of the 1964 classic “My Fair Lady” starring the iconic Audrey Hepburn, one could wonder what recently has become so wrong with the first ...


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