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CO2 12-1

A new tool to fight the ‘quiet killer,’ carbon monoxide

By Amy Hamilton

On Monday a Redlands family did all the right things when their carbon-monoxide detector went off. They called 911 and followed dispatchers orders to open up all the doors and windows and get out of the house fast. What the family ...

Helmick eager for new romance after murder, woman says at trial

By Paul Shockley

Miriam Helmick made clear her intention to find a “sugar daddy” in the months following Alan Helmick’s murder, surfing profiles listed in online dating Web sites and expressing a preference for wealthy men who liked horses ...

Blotter, Dec. 2, 2009

By Staff

Alleged burglar arrested Adam Sinclair, 28, address unavailable, was arrested early Monday after he allegedly tried to break into a pair of Fruitvale homes in succession. According to an arrest affidavit, Sinclair around 6:40 a.m. tried to ...

State gas board doubles life of drilling permits to 2 years

By Staff

The clock will now run longer for oil and gas companies to act on drilling permits approved by the state. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Monday agreed to an industry request to make permits good for two years rather than ...

Colorado National Guard units to take part in Afghanistan surge

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About a dozen National Guard members from units based in Denver and Colorado Springs will be deployed to Afghanistan in the next few weeks, the Colorado National Guard said Tuesday. A unit of more than 100 National Guard members is to be ...

Salazar determined to restore responsible drilling to public lands in West

By Staff

Oil and gas corporations love to play the victim. Why else would they ignore the real reasons for the decline in Western drilling so they can blame the Obama administration or the state of Colorado for their troubles? Not only is the country ...

The wrong road out of Afghanistan

By The Daily Sentinel

It was no snap decision that led President Barack Obama to announce he will deploy an additional 30,000 troops to Afghanistan next year. As anyone who’s been following the news is aware, the president took months to formulate his Afghan ...

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Offseason work has Gunther pleased with ’Dogs’ progress

By Patrick Bahr

To improve on last season’s 5-19 record, the Palisade High School girls basketball team went to work. “We did more this summer,” second-year coach Toni Gunther said. “We had more open gyms and the kids committed more, ...

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Palisade will rely on youth this season

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade High School boys basketball team learned a lot during an up-and-down 2008-09 season, Steve Phillips’ first as the coach. The Bulldogs limped out of the gates to an 0-12 start, but turned it around to finish 6-6 down the ...


Necklaces made of paper beads sell locally

By Emily Shockley

More than 100 women in Uganda are feeding their families and sending their children to school because of a program started by two Fruita Monument High School graduates. Morgan Hansow, 27, and David Hansow, 28, created the nonprofit ...

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