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Woman left legacy for birders, wildflower enthusiasts

By {screen_name}

Lucy Ferril Ela stood only 5 feet tall, but she was a giant among the birders of the world. A section of the Colorado Riverfront Trail system honors her efforts in organizing the Audubon Society in Grand Junction. Here is Lucy’s story, ...

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Downtown businesses nervous about effect of construction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Downtown business owners have mixed feelings about the second phase of the Downtown Uplift project which began Monday. The project will add new lighting, replace the asphalt with concrete, replace aging trees, upgrade storm lines, and add new ...


Woman faces addiction, strives to put it behind her

By Rachel Sauer

Not long ago, she looked in the mirror and saw a slut. She saw a worthless whore whose life amounted to using and being used. She saw a tramp whose back roads were strewn with guys who were no damn good. She saw a criminal. She saw a ...

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Godspeed to the 928th

By The Daily Sentinel

For 85 members of a regional National Guard unit and their families, 2011 may be a long and uncertain year. The Montrose-based 928th Area Support Medical Company National Guard unit is shipping out this week for a year’s deployment in ...

Trucking troubles

By The Daily Sentinel

It is unfortunate that a local business which followed the rules in seeking a zoning change for land it owns along the Colorado River in Grand Junction has been left in a form of legal purgatory for nearly three years. A Colorado Court of ...

Printed letters, Jan. 3, 2011

By Staff

Graffiti perpetrators are vandals, not artists When you spray paint a surface that you neither own nor have the permission of the owner to paint, it is not art. It is vandalism. The police will confirm this for anyone who has any ...

Medicare crisis: ‘Greedy geezers’ or just ‘pigs in the python’?

By Jim Spehar

It didn’t take me long, a few weeks ago, to dismiss the e-mail from my oldest friend with a wisecrack reply. As the New Year gets under way, I’m thinking it would have been wiser to pay a bit more attention. Paul and I have been ...

Colo. getting ICE fingerprint plan

By The AP

DENVER — Governor Bill Ritter is expected to announce that Colorado will join a federal immigration program aimed at catching illegal immigrants by using fingerprints from jail bookings. Two officials familiar with the program say ...

Reeves Brown to head Local Affairs Department

By Charles Ashby

Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper will officially announce later today that he has named Reeves Brown to head the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Brown, who also is a member of the Denver Democrat’s transition team, is head of Club 20, ...

Colo. Guard medical unit headed to Afghanistan

By The AP

MONTROSE — Members of a medical unit in the Colorado National Guard will be spending the new year in Afghanistan. The 928th Area Support Medical Company is based in both Denver and Montrose and its approximately 80 members include ...

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