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Winners of peach recipe contest

By Staff

Grilled peaches, a smoothie, a simple peach jam and a pioneer-style peach pie took top honors in their categories, with the peach jam winning Grand Prize in the Palisade Peach Festival Recipe Contest Saturday. It’s all a matter of taste ...


Police officer killed in motorcycle crash

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Summit County — A Dillon police officer was killed Sunday when he lost control of his personal motorcycle in loose gravel. According to a press release from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, Jim Schaffer was traveling north on ...


Colorado man drowns in South Dakota lake

By The AP

WAUBAY, S.D. — Officials in northeast South Dakota’s Day County say a 26-year-old man drowned in Enemy Swim Lake over the weekend. KDLT-TV reports that the body of the Colorado man was recovered about 8 a.m. Sunday. Authorities ...


Body of missing hiker recovered

By The AP

FAIRPLAY — A coroner is trying to identify a body found on Bison Peak in Park County after it was recovered by a private recovery team. According to the Denver Post, the body is believed to be missing hiker 44-year-old Frank Stanley of ...


Denver police investigate hotel shooting

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police are searching for a gunman after a fatal shooting at a Denver hotel. A suspect fled the scene of the Sunday evening shooting at the Knight’s Inn Hotel in a Suburban. According to KMGH-TV, a Denver police ...


Climber rescued in Rocky Mountain National Park

By Special to the Sentinel

ESTES PARK — A 29-year-old man has been rescued after he fell while climbing Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. Park rangers say they were unable to send a helicopter to transport the man for more than three hours because of ...


Landlord says marijuana dispensary hurts value

By The AP

ASPEN — The landlord of an Aspen building is asking a marijuana dispensary to move out because it’s hurting the building’s market value. Landlord Neil Ross has refused to renew the lease of L.E.A.F. owner Billy ...


Road rage scuffle results in arrests

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs police say they arrested two people after the pair chased and spit on a car after the driver called police. Police say the two who were arrested were arguing and pushing each other when another ...


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Bears in the neighborhood

By Dennis Webb

As a department head at Colorado State University, biologist Ken Wilson doesn’t get out into the field as much as he might like. But he was able to participate some with the school in its role in a five-year bear study in the Aspen ...


Utah’s oil shale efforts could benefit schools

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Utah schoolchildren would be among the most fortunate beneficiaries if efforts to pull oil from shale ever pan out there. Several companies, many with headquarters outside the United States, are working to develop oil shale on lands ...


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