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Two Rifle businesses damaged, authorities seek help to solve crimes

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is looking for public help to locate who broke into multiple locations Saturday in the Rifle area. Approximately $1,500 in damage was caused at the Rifle Thrift Store, 337 East Ave., in one ...


2 bodies found in van in Grand County

By The AP

HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS — Two people from the Denver area have been found dead in a white van parked near the Colorado River in Grand County. The Grand County Sheriff’s Department says the van was found Saturday and the bodies ...


Tebow-inspired ‘Tebrew’ beer boosts small brewery

By The AP

EAGLE — A beer inspired by Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has produced big interest for a small brewery in Colorado’s mountains. Bonfire Brewing’s “Tebrew” is a barley wine, a high-alcohol type of beer. ...


Wildlife gradually using Wyoming 789 underpass

By The AP

RAWLINS, Wyo. — A small herd of mule deer cautiously moved toward the Wyoming 789 wildlife underpass north of Baggs. Two of the deer crept down the sides of the ravine, while the main group waited further from the entrance to the ...


Christmas party staged for Denver homeless

By The AP

DENVER — More than 3,500 people living in shelters for the homeless are expected at Christmas party in Denver. The Father Woody Christmas Party is being held today in a ballroom at a Sheraton Hotel in downtown Denver. It includes a ...


Report: Colo taxpayers pay millions in union costs

By The AP

DENVER — Budget documents from 20 Colorado school districts show taxpayers spent more than $5.8 million over the past five years for the activities of teachers unions under their collective-bargaining agreements. The Denver Post ...


Sound reasons to oppose the Bear Ranch land exchange

By Guest Columnist

By Ed Marston and John Caven Pat Shea, a Utahn who ran the Bureau of Land Management in the late 1990s, said, “The most frightening part of my job is land exchanges.” Those who live in the North Fork Valley in Delta County ...


Land exchange good for Bear Ranch and neighboring communities

By Guest Columnist

By Rob Gill Over the last few years, we at the Bear Ranch near Paonia Reservoir have endeavored to build a world-class cattle operation and are pleased with our results to date. The ranch employs about 50 people and we currently run more than ...


Libel laws apply to bloggers, as well as traditional journalists

By Denny Herzog

A seasoned newspaper editor a couple years ago said most bloggers, at least those who try to deal in news and opinion, are much like high school journalists. They don’t quite yet have a grasp of what they are dealing with, they have no ...


The Kadrich vote

By The Daily Sentinel

According to Grand Junction Mayor Tom Kenyon, the City Council didn’t vote on getting rid of City Manager Laurie Kadrich during a closed-door meeting last Wednesday. They just reached consensus. Right. And Tim Tebow doesn’t pray ...


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