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Pre-camps prep teams for FB camp

By Patrick Bahr

Some of the most important work on a football field is done when you’re not wearing pads or helmets. This week, the four District 51 high school football teams ran their own voluntary workouts before Monday’s official start of ...


Sports Briefs, Aug. 12, 2011

By Staff

Prep Golf Palisade’s Smith 9th at Coal Ridge Palisade’s Kyler Smith shot a 77 to finish ninth in Friday’s Coal Ridge Invitational at Lakota Canyon Golf Club. Skyler Miller shot an 89 and TJ Tway carded a 90 as Palisade ...


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Grand Mesa majesty

By Christopher Tomlinson

Photographer Christopher Tomlinson highlights the beauty of the Grand Mesa in these recent images.  ...


Prep golf results, Aug. 11, 2011

By Staff

Grand Valley Invitational Thursday at Battlement Mesa Golf Club Team Scores 1. Aspen, 227; 2t. Rifle, 235; 2t. Basalt, 235; 4. Eagle Valley, 241; 5. Battle Mountain, 252; 6t. Gunnison, 254; 6t. Palisade, 254; 8. Vail Christian, 257; 9. ...


Email letters, August 12, 2011

By Staff

Montrose County commissioners keep making headlines The Montrose County commissioners are always providing headlines. In late July, first came the headline about the Montrose Memorial Hospital prevailing in court over the Board of County ...


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Pick-your-own fruit farm a fresh experience

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

With less than a handful of pick-your-own fruit farms in Colorado, Uncle Johnny’s Farm in Cedaredge is filling an experiential niche on the Western Slope. Johnny Bell, 60, started planning his you-pick farm more than 15-years-ago while ...


Man jailed in overnight stabbing

By Paul Shockley

A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of stabbing another man in the abdomen following an alcohol-fueled fight early Friday, according to an arrest affidavit. Kyle Raymond is being held at the Mesa County Jail on suspicion of ...


Yurt raising is tons of fun for Howie the dog

By Penny Stine

A co-worker recently invited my husband and me to a yurt raising party. Kind of like an old-fashioned barn raising party, except we were building a yurt rather than a barn. A yurt, for those of you who aren’t up on your Mongolian ...


State authorities promote “Move Over” law

By The Daily Sentinel

GOLDEN — Colorado authorities are reminding drivers to watch out for emergency vehicles and highway workers on the road. Tow truck drivers, firefighters and the daughter of a worker hit along Interstate 70 last week plan to join ...


8.14.11 REW uncompahgre cab

Incomparable Uncompahgre

By Penny Stine

Some people enjoy vacations at five-star hotels with golf courses, fine dining and nearby spas. Others enjoy a road less traveled, where chances of seeing wildlife are greater than the chances of seeing a stranger, cell phone coverage is iffy ...


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