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Tips for enjoying the rest of summer

By Annie Payne

July 4 marks the peak of summer. From there, it’s just a hot, slow descent to the first day of school. I can’t let the summer slip away without offering some tips to make it a little more relaxing, organized, fun and ...


Sex-exploitation trial starts for Aspen ex-officer

By The AP

ASPEN — A trial is under way for a former Aspen police officer charged with placing a video camera in a shower used by his teenage stepdaughter. Joe Holman is charged with attempted sexual exploitation of a child and attempted criminal ...


Telluride resort seeking input for master plan

By Staff

With an eye to the future of skiing and riding in southwest Colorado, Telluride Ski Resort is seeking the public’s opinion on how the ski area should grow. “We want the public’s input, and are using this innovative approach ...


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Pipe organs

By William Woody

The pipe organ, which at first or even second glance, is intimidating with its numerous keyboards, foot pedals and buttons.  ...


Search on for sex assault suspect

By Dennis Webb

Eagle County sheriff’s deputies are looking for a Gypsum sexual assault suspect they say is dangerous and possibly armed. The sheriff’s office said in a news release that they were contacted about the incident at a residence in ...


Tiara Rado Evening Ladies’ Club Golf Results July 15, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - July 15, 2010 7-7-10 Point Par - Flight 1 1st Lynn Liljenberg 90 2nd Jackie ...


Take the Sentinel survey!

By Staff

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Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — July 13, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report — Fishing the High Country With the hot summer days at lower elevations, anglers can look to the high country for other opportunities to find fish. Many alpine lakes have been ice free for several weeks now; others may ...


Buescher won’t respond to hypothetical scenarios

By Charles Ashby

Secretary of State Bernie Buescher released a statement today saying he won’t respond to hypothetical questions about candidates dropping out of the Aug. 10 primary. Here’s his entire release: In light of various questions and ...


Idaho fugitive waives extradition

By Paul Shockley

An Idaho man wanted in connection with the shooting of his girlfriend waived extradition at a hearing this morning, according to Mesa County court records. Thomas Trevino, 30, of Twin Falls, Idaho, signed paperwork ensuring his future return ...


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