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There is hope Internet Cro-magnons will evolve into modern humans

By Guest Columnist

By Robin Dearing What started 50 years ago as an attempt by the U.S. Department of Defense to create a computer network has exploded supernova-style all over our lives. I am, of course, referring to the Internet. I’ll admit that I ...


Boomtown Blues and Black Sunday, 28 years later

By Guest Columnist

By Andrew Gulliford Twenty-eight years ago today, on the first Sunday in May, 1982, Exxon, the largest corporation in the world, pulled the plug on its massive Colony oil shale project. Overnight, 2,600 people lost their jobs. Overnight, ...


Source of Gore’s prosperity ignored by federal authorities

By {screen_name}

Former Vice President Al Gore, now a global carbon-credit trader, and his wife, Tipper, have acquired spiffy new West Coast digs. The Gores spent nearly $9 million for a house in the Montecito, Calif., area. The new place sits on 1.5 acres of ...


Drilling dilemma

By The Daily Sentinel

The Army joined the battle on Friday, adding two large aircraft to the efforts of the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard to corral a rapidly spreading oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. Still, it’s not clear how anyone will plug an oil leak 5,000 ...


Buddy’s killer comes clean

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re not sure, even now, whether Steven Clay Romero understands what the fuss is about regarding his horrific killing last year of a dog named Buddy. But at least Romero has publicly acknowledged the fact that he killed Buddy and will ...


Glass company gives options to construction project managers

By {screen_name}

Western Slope construction project managers have long built into their schedules the idiosyncrasies of hauling building materials over the Continental Divide from Denver. With Alpine Glass’s acquisition of a distributorship for ...


Biz Buzz, May 2, 2010

By Staff

Billiard table retailer Western Slope Billiards opened Friday in its new home, 2851 North Ave., in the strip mall on the southeast corner of 28 1/2 Road and North Avenue. It had been in the Campus Corner shopping center, northeast corner of ...


Your Town, May 2, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I took a little mountain bike ride a couple of weeks ago on a rough and dirty road that winds its way through Canyonlands National Park in Utah. One can ride the length of the White Rim Trail on a mountain bike or venture with an ATV, dirt ...


Hire standards: Employers picky

By Emily Shockley

About 10 people stroll into Finish Line at Mesa Mall every day searching for a job, according to General Manager Rickie Harris. Some applicants walk into the store in ripped jeans and wrinkled shirts. Others wear suits and have earned ...


Death notices: May 2, 2010

By Staff

John Reese “Jack” Ellis, 91, died Dec. 4, 2009. Services will be at 1 p.m. May 10 at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery. James Frederick Litton, II., 62, Crawford, died April 28, 2010, in Delta. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. ...


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