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Charlie and Brooke Sheen arrive in court

By The AP

ASPEN — Actor Charlie Sheen and his wife have arrived at a courthouse in Aspen, as he faces domestic violence allegations. The two arrived separately Monday, and only the judge can determine if they can leave together. The star of ...


Biologists check report of wolf pack near De Beque

By The AP

DENVER — Biologists working with the owners of a western Colorado ranch are trying to determine if wolves have settled there. Biologists consulting for the High Lonesome Ranch north of DeBeque, about 200 miles west of Denver, said they ...


Our psychological line of scrimmage is always moving

By Guest Columnist

We change in response to the realignment of psychological forces in our lives. These forces can be represented as arrows pushing us toward some goal (driving forces) or pushing in the opposite direction (restraining forces). If the number and ...


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Rangely couple shares their story of love, faith

By Ann Wright

One of the things about Vicki Reed that caught Phil Brown’s eye 27 years ago was the way she walked. He can’t describe it, exactly. It was unique. Vicki was and is “just really darn good looking,” Phil said. But he ...


Get rid of the grass before gardening

By Dennis Hill

I would like to expand our garden into a grassy area of our lawn. While I can rent a sod cutter to get most of the grass, what should I use to permanently get rid of the grass before I plant the garden this spring? Thanks. — ...


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Harmonious home: Annie practices a little feng shui

By Annie Payne

I’ve been interested in feng shui for years, so when a friend told me about Tammy Long, a local feng shui practitioner, I welcomed the chance to have her come to my home for a professional consultation. Feng shui (pronounced “fung ...


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Student of the Week: Brianna Castellini, FMHS

By Staff

Name: Brianna Castellini School: Fruita Monument High School GPA: 3.95 After-school activities: Speech and debate, newspaper, literary magazine. Favorite book: “The Last Days of Summer” by Steve Kluger. Favorite show: ...


ConocoPhillips to pay $175,000 in EPA settlement

By The AP

DURANGO — ConocoPhillips Co. has agreed to pay $175,000 in fines and install pollution-control equipment to settle alleged Clean Air Act violations on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency alleged ...


A recovery with jobs?

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t break out the champagne and confetti just yet, but the employment picture for the nation appears to be improving. January’s unemployment rate was listed as 9.7 percent, down from 10 percent the previous month, after having ...


Fruita police building’s needs taking a back seat — for now

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Fruita Police Chief Mark Angelo is a patient man, both by choice and circumstance. He and his staff of 16 sworn officers are facing space, operational and security limitations in the Fruita police station at 101 W. McCune Ave., which was ...


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