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CMU announces six finalists for football coach

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Colorado Mesa University released its finalists for the head football coach position. The finalists include three Division I assistant coaches, a former Division II head coach, RMAC assistant coach and an NAIA head coach. The six will be ...

Email letters, Jan. 4, 2012

By Staff

Organizing committee relied on bully tactics The Dec. 31 Daily Sentinel article which recounts Joan Anzelmo, former Monument Superintendent, talking to the High Country News about her stressful and often hostile experience dealing with the ...


Slow fishing follows New Year’s Eve crowd on Crawford Reservoir

By Dave Buchanan

CRAWFORD STATE PARK — The ice cap Sunday morning on Crawford Reservoir creaked and groaned — perhaps it, too, was recovering from a New Year’s Eve surfeit of too many people and too much noise. It couldn’t have been ...


Blue jay a colorful surprise in Christmas Bird Count

By Dave Buchanan

HOTCHKISS — For the birders circumnavigating Hotchkiss on the final day of 2011, the year didn’t pass without at least one surprise. Two infrequent mid-winter visitors were seen well out of their usual winter range. A least ...

Let citrus fruits spark your meals

By Dixie Burmeister

It always seems that our taste buds are ready for some fresh, wake-us-up healthy foods after the holidays. As I’ve said before, I think January should be National Citrus Month, and, by supermarket ads, it certainly looks like it could ...

Fly fishing event worth a showing

By Dave Buchanan

Keep the New Year’s resolution to learn to fly fish and hit this weekend’s Denver Fly Fishing Show. Nothing better than spending a day or two among some of the sport’s finest to turn the novice into a, well, former ...

Bachmann quits GOP race

By The AP

DES MOINES, Iowa — Michele Bachmann is quitting the Republican presidential campaign, saying she’s “decided to stand aside” in the wake of her sixth place finish in the Iowa precinct caucuses. Speaking deliberatively ...

Man arrested after taxi hijacking in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police have arrested a man after a taxi cab was hijacked in downtown Denver. Police say the unidentified suspect then robbed a convenience store early Wednesday and led police on a chase that ended with a crash in Civic ...

Skiers take to tubes because of lack of snow

By The AP

WINTER PARK — Skiers are taking out their inner tubes because of a lack of snow in the Colorado mountains. Tubing park marketing director Lisa Boyes says her facility near the Winter Park ski resort is getting a lot of people who are ...

Fruita voters facing medical pot, TABOR issues

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Fruita voters will have an opportunity this spring to help guide the future of the city in a couple of different ways. The Fruita City Council unanimously agreed Tuesday night to place on the ballot a pair of questions that will ask voters ...

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