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Printed letters, Oct. 6, 2011

By Staff

I am frightened for my country, my land of law and order, the place where all citizens can have their day in court, their chance to defend themselves against the charges lodged against them. It is no longer true and I fear any of us could be ...

Scandals make private investment more difficult for promising industry

By Rick Wagner

If you’re a small-business person running a solar energy company, this is the right time to start getting pretty steamed. By now, it’s apparent government solar subsidies are less about generating electricity than about generating ...

Obama’s Arctic act leaves enviros cold

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama may be leaning left on issues such as tax hikes and increased government spending for jobs, as he seeks to shore up his liberal base for his re-election bid, but some of his recent actions have angered one group of his ...

IHINGER Christopher

UPDATE: Missing Telluride boys found

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Two boys from Telluride have been found in Phoenix, according to the San Miguel Sheriff’s Department. Christopher Ihinger, 12, and Danny Eberly, 14, were found unharmed by the Phoenix Police Department this afternoon and remain in the ...

Colo school shooting verdict: not guilty, insanity

By The AP

GOLDEN — A man accused of shooting and wounding two students outside a Colorado middle school last year has been found not guilty by reason of insanity on a charge of attempted first-degree murder. Jurors did find Bruco (BROO’-so) ...


Developing situation

By Staff

Story and photo by DAVE BUCHANAN The other shoe is about to fall on the Roan Plateau. A much-awaited decision on the legality of the energy leases on the island-like plateau northwest of Rifle is expected to come any day, according to the ...

Biologists’ concerns lead energy companies to give wildlife more consideration

By Dave Buchanan

Energy companies have long known it’s easier to face a crowd of angry stockholders than it is to address the impacts energy development has on wildlife. With that in mind, many energy companies exploring in western Colorado have ...


Outside connection: Fall birding festival Saturday

By Dave Buchanan

Something amazing is happening right outside your windows. The fall migration, one of nature’s greatest spectacles, is sweeping through the Grand Valley. Spend Saturday morning learning more at the second annual Grand Valley Audubon ...

Dixie: Squash it with apples

By Staff

The foods of fall are here. I love all winter squash, but my favorites are butternut with acorn coming in second. And what’s October without apples? My husband Fred, won my heart by bringing me the most beautiful ones he could find ...


Sheriff: Missing Telluride boys may have planned to run away

By Staff

Investigators are looking into information suggesting a pair of missing boys in San Miguel County had plans to run away together, the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Department said this morning. Christopher Ihinger, 12, and Danny Eberly, ...

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