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Resort ready to show off new look

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Gateway Canyons Resort is preparing to lift the curtain on portions of a $20 million renovation just as the weather begins to warm and the busy tourist season appears on the horizon. The highlights include the refurbishing and rebranding of ...


Mesa players Fowler, Rosales tell tales of World Series

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Tim Fowler and Justin Rosales lived a dream many boys have growing up. The Colorado Mesa University juniors played in the 2003 Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. “It was pretty crazy,” Rosales said of the Chandler ...

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Week in Sports for April 22-29, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Springtime sports and outdoors photos for week of April 22nd.  ...

Home-school board violating state law, angry parents claim

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Alleged conflicts of interest and violations of Colorado Open Meetings Law spurred a group of parents with children in School District 51’s home-school program, Mesa Valley Vision Home and Community Program, to ask two members of the ...

Two killed in crash after police pursuit ends

By Dennis Webb

Two people were killed in a rollover crash on Interstate 70 near Silt today minutes after having eluded law enforcement. Trooper Nate Reid of the Colorado State Patrol said a pursuit apparently involving the Garfield County Sheriff’s ...

Email letters, April 23, 2012

By Staff

Separation of church and state is a hoax The concept of separation of church and state is a hoax. It has no validity because government morality is based on universally agreed upon religious morality. Our founders based our Constitution on ...

Changes recommended to Colo. wildfire response

By The Associated Press

DENVER – State officials are recommending organizational changes to the Colorado State Forest Service following a deadly wildfire that grew out of a prescribed burn the agency had set. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday announced a ...

Printed letters, April 24, 2012

By Staff

After reading the editorial on recently about the Senate not passing a budget for the third year in a row (1,086 days now), and giving Sen. Conrad credit for trying, I had to pause and laugh to stay sane. The fact that the majority leader ...

Radiation overexposure?

By Staff

We in western Colorado give little thought to the notion that we’re inundated by radiation on a daily basis, more so that most anywhere in the nation. As The Daily Sentinel’s Matthew Berger explained on Monday, background radiation ...

Chipeta Men’s League April 23, 2012

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - April 23, 2012 Low Gross/Low Net - Front 9 1st Gross Todd Zopf 33 Low Gross/Low Net - Back 9 1st Gross Rusty ...

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