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Printed letters, June 12, 2011

By Staff

I would like to express my deep concern in regard to the school district potentially closing Scenic Elementary beginning with the 2012 school year. The staff and students at this school are true examples of their motto:  “Working ...


Gas pains and gains

By The Daily Sentinel

Prices for natural gas futures have risen more than 17 percent the past three months, and they continued to gain last week, in part due to the ongoing heat wave blanketing much of the East Coast and Midwest. That’s because natural gas ...


Legislative redistricting work begins

By Charles Ashby

Western Slope residents will have their first opportunity Monday to make their feelings known about how their legislative districts should be redrawn. That’s when the Colorado Reapportionment Commission will begin accepting public ...


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Authorities seek two suspects fleeing confrontation, accident

By Rachel Sauer

Two men were at large Saturday night after fleeing an accident after a knife fight, authorities said. Authorities suspect the men were involved in a fight on 26 3/8 Road near the Department of Energy site. They had been fighting Friday night ...


Representatives of volunteer groups talk about what directors’ roles entail

By Dave Buchanan

Every volunteer group needs a vibrant board of directors, but not every member is willing or is wanted on a board. After talking with representatives from several groups, here are some tips on how to be a better director. Know the ...


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Social networking a void between older leaders, younger rank and file in volunteeer groups

By Dave Buchanan

Mention Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, MouthShut or any of the hundreds of social media sites to aging birders, anglers and hunters, and you might get a blank look. For some, communication has become something they don’t ...


Report: Climate change could cut river flows

By Dennis Webb

Climate change may result in about a 9 percent drop in average Colorado River flows over the next half-century, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation says in a new report. Drought frequency and duration are expected to increase under a ...


Principals, assistants avoid cuts in budget

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More teacher evaluations and discipline issues are two main reasons why building administration positions were spared when $13.6 million in budget cuts were made for the 2011–12 school year, School District 51 Superintendent Steve ...


Your Town, June 12, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Cancer doesn’t care who you are or what you’ve done in your life. Take for instance my father-in-law, who was born at the family farm in the 1940s and toiled in the fields as young boy, tending to chores before heading to school. ...


Volunteer groups deal with decline of interest as key members leave

By Dave Buchanan

At first glance, it seems a perfect fit. An interesting, nonprofit, volunteer organization seeking new, involved members in a lively city with a growing population of young retirees with time on their hands. A match made in heaven? Not ...


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