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Wood pitches Fruita to victory over Central

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Fruita Monument pitcher Doran Wood shut down Central in the Wildcats’ 4-1 victory Wednesday afternoon at Canyon View Park. The junior limited Central to one run on six hit and struck out 10 in five innings. Walker Williams struck out ...


Fruita growth leads to school changes

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Redrawing elementary school boundary lines in the west end of the Grand Valley may help ease crowding as that area grows. But the change is unlikely to solve the issue long-term, according to principals in the area. District 51 School Board ...

Unclear facts of Florida shooting don’t deter political opportunists

By Rick Wagner

So protests over the Florida shooting of Trayvon Martin are coming to Colorado, is anyone really surprised? It would be nice to see unfortunate stories that involve a local issue not blown up into national crusades before anyone really even ...

Printed letters, March 29, 2012

By Staff

In response to Tim Partsch’s letter, “School District’s No. 1 expense is its personnel,” many statements were made that are not true about District 51 personnel. No one, including students in our district, gets a ...

Revenue boost cuts local school anxiety

By The Daily Sentinel

There will be no immediate switch from a five-day to a four-day school week in School District 51, and the possibility of closing Scenic Elementary School has been avoided for the time being, thanks to the improving state revenue ...

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Potter opens studio to young artists

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Tucked in amongst the eclectic mix of wineries, orchards and urban farms on G Road in Palisade is a silver trailer in a driveway with a simple sign, “Gallery.” Directly behind the gallery is a dusty potters’ studio filled ...

Redlands Mesa Men’s Club Golf Results March 28, 2012

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Men's Club - March 28, 2012 Low Gross / Low Net - 9 hole game 1st Gross Randy Rouse 36 2nd Gross Tim Holzschuh 37 3rd ...

Over the Top, Tubing transportation

By Bob Silbernagel

Local lakes to begin boating season

By Staff

Spring means boating in western Colorado and Harvey Gap and Rifle Gap state parks will open Sunday for boating. Crawford State Park will follow, opening April 6. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials caution boaters to make sure all required ...

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Tsunami-tossed ghost ship spotted off western Canada

By The Associated Press

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A large fishing vessel swept away by the tsunami that devastated Japan last year has been spotted adrift off British Columbia in western Canada. Jeff Olsson of Victoria’s Joint rescue coordination ...

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