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Lena Elliott: Serving up aces

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There is no such thing as halfway effort with Lena Elliott. There isn’t a powerful ear she won’t bend, an event she won’t coordinate or a decision she won’t chime in on if she’s passionate about something. And ...


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Dale Leonhart: A permanent fixture when it comes to coaching swimming

By Patrick Bahr

Dale Leonhart has coached swimming for 51 years. “He has almost a folklore aura about him,” said 18-year-old swimmer Cyrus Pearo. “The man has so much experience that there is no question he knows what he’s ...


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Bill Chenoweth: A lifelong geologist, he’s spent his career making miners safe

By Dennis Webb

The men who haunted the ruddy canyons of the Southwest in search of uranium probably were more likely to depend on their Geiger counters more than they did Bill Chenoweth, but only by a little bit. Now, half a century or more later, ...


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Eric Kuhn: Former sub officer navigates turbulence of water politics

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Seek to sum up the personality of Eric Kuhn and the nautical phrase “steady as she goes” comes to mind. Or maybe “even keel.” Either seems appropriate for someone who was in fact a Naval ...


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Bennett Price: Colorado’s wine industry was planted in 1974

By Dave Buchanan

In 1974 Richard Nixon was about to become the first U.S. president to resign, gasoline cost 42 cents a gallon and Gloria Gaynor topped the disco charts with her hit “I Will Survive.” That summer, too, Bennett Price, along with his ...


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George and Kathy Glasier: Welcome to the Silver Hawk Ranch

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George and Kathy Glasier call their spread in western Montrose County the Silver Hawk Ranch for the way the sun reflected off the feathers of the raptors as they passed over the pasture one bright, clear, high-country day. It was two decades ...


Shel Silverstien serial poems

By Special to the Sentinel

Acclaimed poet and artist Shel Silverstein’s selected writings serve as inspiration and models for young writers everywhere. New poems will be added to this page every Friday, through the month of April. Sarah Cynthia Sylvia ...


Hi Fashion Fabrics, Inc

By Staff

This family owned business began as a clothing and outerwear store at 558 Main Street. Designer cuts of fabrics were introduced and before long, the fabric department took over the entire store. Hi Fashion Fabrics, Inc. relocated to 2586 ...


Printed letters, March 6, 2011

By Staff

Making more cuts doesn’t make sense Paul Nelson and Jeff Wendland’s Feb. 27 column made some good points about the beauty of Mesa County’s abundant natural resources and discussed the importance of outdoor recreation ...


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It’s time for Willis to show his hand

By The Daily Sentinel

Not that we’re lyricists here, but we have noted that Mack doesn’t get any countrier than this. Mack, home to corn fields, cattle and horses, has long been home to Country Jam, an annual music festival that has put western ...


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