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Economy, not debt rating, will send markets lower

By The AP

NEW YORK — U.S. investors will have their first chance Monday to react to Standard & Poor’s decision to strip the U.S. government of its top credit rating. But the bigger issues facing Wall Street and stock markets worldwide ...


SEALs on rescue mission killed in Afghan crash

By The AP

KABUL, Afghanistan — The 30 American service members — most of them elite Navy SEALs — who died when their helicopter was shot down had rushed to help Army Rangers who had come under fire, two U.S. officials said today. The ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League August 7, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - August 7, 2011 4 Person Scramble - Monument Course 1st Arnie T., Glenda O., Steve S., Robin S.   T2nd Chuck T., Linda T., ...


Pryor Mountain mustang roundup planned for 2012

By The AP

BILLINGS, Mont. — Dozens of wild mustangs descended from the mounts used by Spanish Conquistadors would be rounded up from their mountain range next year and put up for adoption under a plan announced by federal officials. The roundup ...


Biologists to investigate decline of native deer

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A mysterious decline in pronghorn and mule deer along the Wyoming-Colorado border has the attention of a team of biologists who are gathering to investigate the change. The National Wildlife Federation is putting on ...


Boulder rejects a third of aspiring pot shops

By The AP

BOULDER — Less than a year after requiring marijuana shops and growing operations to get local licenses, Boulder has rejected more than a third of the applicants. The Daily Camera reports that 41 of 119 applications have been rejected ...


UPDATE: Handgun discharges at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — A passenger at Denver International Airport who placed an undeclared handgun in his luggage won’t face criminal charges. The Denver Post reports (http://goo.gl/2LUeu) that a man on his way to Kansas City placed an ...


Powderhorn purchased

By The Daily Sentinel

Andy Daly knows a thing or two about carving successful turns in the rocky terrain of the Colorado ski business. He’s worked in the state’s ski industry for more than 40 years, served as president and chief executive of Vail ...


Printed letters, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Where should we send those with no place to go? In Grand Junction today we have approximately 800 destitute, homeless persons and 200 beds available at night for them to sleep upon. Although there are scores of vacant houses and buildings, ...


The drunken economy

By The Daily Sentinel

Wall Street watchers witnessed a wild ride Friday. When they opened, markets rose rapidly on the news of better-than-anticipated jobs numbers. But the gains quickly evaporated with more disturbing news of potential European-nation ...


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