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Mining group cries foul in review of Xcel gas plan

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado coal-industry group has asked two public utilities commissioners to recuse themselves from considering a plan by Xcel Energy to switch some power plants to run on natural gas instead of coal. A new state law required ...

Shale lease nominations advanced for further review

By Dennis Webb

Nominations by all three companies that applied for a second round of federal oil shale research and development leases have cleared an initial review by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The nominations by ExxonMobil Exploration Co. and ...

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Quilt raffle set for local sewing club

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Sunset Slope Quilters got their first peek Wednesday morning at the beautiful quilt that will be grand prize in club’s raffle next year. The quilt, titled “Lucky Stars,” was made by local quilter, designer and author ...

Redlands Mesa Men’s Club Golf Results October 13, 2010

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Men's Club - October 13, 2010 Low Gross / Low Net - 9 hole game 1st Gross Cary Dilzell 35 2nd Gross Ford Keeler 35 1st ...

UT counties seek pipeline grazing rights help

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — Officials in five Utah counties want Gov. Gary Herbert to back an effort to protect livestock grazing on public lands where a developer is building a natural gas pipeline. Herbert spokeswoman Angie Welling told The Herald ...

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Get ready for cross-country skiing with annual work day

By Dave Buchanan

The signs of coming winter are all around. There is fresh snow on the Ruby Range above Kebler Pass, elk are bugling along Dallas Divide, and the Grand Mesa Nordic Council is sprucing up its trail system. The Nordic Council holds its annual ...


Summer turns to fall, hiking to hunting, but the fishing is still good

By Dave Buchanan

One of my co-workers at The Daily Sentinel spends fall weekends canning and last weekend was spent pickling garlic. That’s OK, especially for mid-winter snacking, but Phil Trimm at Western Anglers Fly Shop had a better idea. “I ...


Ocean-going bird makes rare Grand Valley stop

By Dave Buchanan

It’s the rare day a Red Phalarope comes to town. While large numbers of this Arctic breeding bird are seen along the coasts during its migration to and from its winter waters in southern oceans, it’s rarely seen inland. And Mesa ...

Allow wine to help bridge gap between summer and winter

By Dave Buchanan

These early fall mornings, crisp as biting into a Gala apple, remind me that all is not Sauvignon Blanc. Sauvignon Blanc is my go-to summer wine, especially the minerally, bright-acid wines from New Zealand’s Marlborough region that ...

An Early Good Morning to You Today, America

By Steve Beauregard

Channel surfing the morning network news shows: *Click* Host: Hello, and welcome to The Good Morning America Early Today Show. I’m your white, middle-aged, nonthreatening-looking host, along with my sidekick, a woman or ...

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