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Paradox fire winds down

By Amy Hamilton

A number of fire crews are being called off a previously fast-moving wildfire that started May 25 near Paradox, according to fire spokesman David Eaker. Firefighters should be able to contain the blaze by Sunday, he said. “Containment ...


Blotter, June 2, 2012

By Staff

Fire destroys Delta home An early morning fire Friday destroyed a mobile home in Delta, according to the Delta Fire Department. The homeowner at 1671 E Road was not injured and was able to get all of the pets out of the home. The American ...


San Jacinto gets title rematch with Iowa Western

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San Jacinto (Texas) College-North pitcher Daniel Stumpf pitched a complete game to lead the Gators to a 7-1 victory over Gordon (Ga.) College in an Alpine Bank Junior College World Series elimination game at Suplizio Field. Stumpf limited ...


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Last crop bittersweet for Miller family

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When the Millers look out across their five acre Orchard at the base of the Colorado National Monument, they can still see the faces of their children, dappled with sunshine and smiling, as they played and worked in the cherry-laden branches. ...


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Supersized hen egg in Texas had another egg inside

By The Associated Press

ABILENE, Texas – A Texas woman who discovered an egg the size of a baseball in her chicken coop was even more surprised by what she found when she cracked it open: another full egg. Cookie Smith of Abilene found what she calls the ...


Email letters, June 1, 2012

By Staff

As businessman, Romney had advantages that President Obama did not The Sentinel’s editorial yesterday (It’s not the ‘Bain’ of our economy) failed to mention several pertinent aspects of the “business ...


On the Goe: revamp JUCO music

By David Goe

There are two things St. Mary Hospital’s babies are born knowing. One: Every 10 years or so some fool strolls into town touting new alchemy to turn oil shale into money. Two: The in-game music at JUCO hurts more than a line drive to the ...


Calendar: June 1–7

By Staff

FRIDAY, JUNE 1 Elephant Revival with guests Jack + Jill, doors 8 p.m., Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St., $15, ages 18 and older, 241-1717. Thomasina Brown Project, classic rock, 7 p.m., DoubleTree by Hilton, patio, 743 Horizon Drive, ...


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Summer theater returns to CMU

By Melinda Mawdsley

All Tim Pinnow has heard since taking over as head of Colorado Mesa University’s theater department is, “when are you bringing back the summer theater program?” Well, he has listened to administration, fellow faculty members ...


King ‘n Trio open music series

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Psssst. The Hear it Through the Grapevine summer concert series will return Friday, June 1, at Grande River Vineyards and this year’s lineup offers seven benefit concerts with music ranging from jazz to Latin and bluegrass to ...


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