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Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — Oct. 12, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: The Season of Change As we make our way through October, many things will begin to change. Overnight lows will begin to dip below freezing, giving way to the appearance of skims of ice around the edges of some high mountain ...


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Jury selection under way in cold-case murder trial

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger this morning moved to dismiss a pair of lesser charges in the trial of accused double-murderer Jerry Nemnich, just before the start of questioning of potential jurors. At Hautzinger’s request, District ...


Hearing for AZ fugitive postponed

By The AP

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — An arraignment has been postponed for an inmate who escaped from an Arizona prison. Thirty-six-year-old Daniel Renwick is facing charges stemming from a shootout during his capture in western Colorado. He was set to ...


Colo. secretary of state challenger tied to fine

By The AP

DENVER — A Republican challenging Colorado’s secretary of state worked for a group facing hefty state fines for reporting errors. Scott Gessler is a lawyer whose specialty is elections law. The Denver Post reported today that ...


Court rejects appeal of 2 ejected from Bush event

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has turned down the appeal of two people who say they were kept from attending an appearance by then-President George W. Bush in Denver in 2005 because of their opposition to the war in Iraq. The justices ...


Feds begin rounding up wild horses

By Dennis Webb

Amid continuing legal wrangling, Bureau of Land Management contractors on Monday began efforts to round up and adopt out an estimated 138 wild horses near Meeker. The agency’s action follows the filing of a lawsuit to challenge it last ...


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Busy fire protection district needs new station, lacks funds

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The blueprints are drawn up. The utility lines have been relocated. All that’s needed now is $2.5 million in order for the Lower Valley Fire Protection District to build a new fire station in Fruita. Stuck in a 25-year-old facility ...


Foreclosures not frozen completely

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Wells Fargo Bank has no plans to place a moratorium on foreclosures in Colorado, lifting one veil of suspense for Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown. Brown and other trustees have worried that a moratorium on foreclosures in the wake of ...


Autism conference Saturday at Two Rivers

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Parents of children with autism can attend a free conference Saturday at Two Rivers Convention Center. The Connections Conference was organized by the Autism Task Force, a group of local parents, community agencies, school district personnel, ...


Jurassic-era footprints will be displayed during National Fossil Day at monument

By Staff

Colorado National Monument will celebrate National Fossil Day on Wednesday with the unveiling of three fossilized footprints. The fossils will be unveiled at 11 a.m. in the monument’s visitor center and can be seen until 5 p.m. ...


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