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Sumptuous historic homes open doors for May 19 tour

By Staff

Editor’s note: Kathy Jordan died May 1, but true to her newspaper roots, she filed several columns ahead of deadline. We honor her life’s work of preserving the community’s history by publishing the balance of her ...

Laramie, Delta plan joint venture

By Dennis Webb

Laramie Energy II and Delta Petroleum are pursuing a joint venture to pool their resources in the Piceance Basin under a bankruptcy reorganization plan to be proposed by Delta. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge this week approved Delta’s ...

Blotter, May 11, 2012

By Staff

Residents report oil spill The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department last weekend investigated a report that somebody poured oil into an irrigation ditch on Orchard Mesa. Deputies were called to the 100 block of Rainbow Drive on May 5 and ...

Death notices, May 11, 2012

By Staff

■ Phillip Lee Bachle, 57, Craig, died May 4, 2012, at his home. Private family services are planned. Survivors include two sons, Brenden Bachle of Montrose and Darwin Bagshaw of Salt Lake City; and one grandchild. Memorial ...

CSU-Pueblo routes Mavericks in RMAC tournament

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Colorado State-Pueblo jumped out to a big, early lead and didn’t look back, defeating Colorado Mesa 16-5 in the RMAC tournament at Rawlings Field in Pueblo. The ThunderWolves, facing elimination, scored eight runs in the second inning ...

Silt Mesa family’s suit against Antero dismissed

By Dennis Webb

A judge has tossed out a lawsuit in which a Silt Mesa family had accused Antero Resources of harming their health through its oil and gas operations. Denver District Court Judge Ann Frick found that lawyers for Bill and Beth Strudley had ...

Email letters, May 10

By Staff

With all the many factors that make farming in the West difficult, having to deal with the uncertainty around water is probably the most challenging. That’s why a sigh of great relief went up throughout the North Fork Valley when the BLM ...

Lugar’s loss shows incumbency just isn’t what it used to be

By Staff

The old expression, “Everybody loves their congressman and hates Congress,” is quickly becoming a relic that’s headed for the bone yard where old truisms go when suddenly they aren’t true anymore. Witness the Hoosier ...

Vote, not more dodging, needed in special session

By The Daily Sentinel

Anyone who paid attention to the final days of Colorado’s 2012 legislative session can be excused for feeling nauseated. The Colorado House, under the leadership of Speaker Frank McNulty, became the epitome of dysfunctional, ...

Governor sets topics for special session

By Charles Ashby

Civil unions won’t be the only thing lawmakers talk about when they convene a special session next week. Gov. John Hickenlooper also called on the Colorado Legislature to consider driving while stoned and five other issues when it meets ...

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