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Dog sledding in Aspen

By Dan Bennett

Aspen Animal Shelter Director Seth Sachson’s love for animals shines.  ...

Fruita’s Dave Fox resigns

By {screen_name}

Longtime Fruita Monument coach Dave Fox has resigned as the head boys basketball coach of the Wildcats, the school has announced. Fox has coached for 33 years, as the girls head basketball coach from 1985-1992, winning the 1989 state ...

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Novice computer users learn to speak geek and surf

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Words like gigabyte, upload, zip file or .jpg are used in modern conversation on a daily basis. People who don’t know the meanings to these words are not only lost, they’re left behind Chris Portell, who owns Portell Computers ...

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McWashington? Presidential McNugget sells for $8,100

By The Associated Press

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. – Call it McWashington. A Nebraska woman has sold a three-year-old McDonald’s Chicken McNugget that resembles President George Washington for $8,100 on eBay. The Sioux City JournalMcWashington? Presidential ...

Nine in race for five seats on Palisade Town Board

By {screen_name}

Palisade Mayor Roger Granat will hang onto his seat without a challenge, but there will be plenty of competition for four other spots on the Town Board in next month’s election. Cody Butters, Anthony Cipperly, Robert Magill, Penny ...

Printed letters, March 7, 2012

By Staff

William Koch and I have similar interests. We are both private property owners. Granted, he may own thousands of acres compared to my few, but we both have the same rights. If I wanted to conduct a legal activity on my private property, of ...

Continued vigilance needed on child abuse

By The Daily Sentinel

The numbers on child abuse deaths in Mesa County, as released in a state report last month, are dated, to be sure. Those numbers from Colorado’s Early Childhood Needs Assessment, for 2004 through 2006, showed Mesa County had the highest ...

High-flying concession

By The Daily Sentinel

Thank God, or at least airline executives, for small favors. In an era when leg room on commercial airplanes is close to zilch, passengers are often treated as little more than livestock, and fees for checked baggage are now the rule, some ...

Rush Limbaugh’s inappropriate language was anything but a fluke

By Bill Grant

Not since Anita Hill at the Clarence Thomas hearings has a young woman who sought only to offer testimony she believed to be in the public interest been so vilified by the Republican right as Sandra Fluke. Fluke is the Georgetown University ...

Royal Gorge zip line to open in April

By The Associated Press

CANON CITY, Colo. – Hold on to your seats. A new zip line is being built at the scenic Royal Gorge in southern Colorado that will be one of the highest in the world. The 700-foot zip line will run parallel to the Royal Gorge, 1,100 feet ...

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