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Divas Cutout

Office Space: 101

By Special to the Sentinel

Tools are something used in everyday work. Words are a poet’s tools. Colors and fabrics are ours. Your office workspace is filled with tools you probably don’t ever think about. Your desk is a tool. It should be a place where you ...

Real Estate Transactions

By Staff

BLM plans Utah wild horse roundup hearing

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The federal Bureau of Land Management will hold a public hearing to discuss the use of helicopters and motorized vehicles to round up wild horses and burros on Utah public lands. The hearing is set for July 26 at the ...

4,000 ski at Colorado resort on July 4th

By The AP

KEYSTONE — About 4,000 skiers and snowboarders got in one last day on the slopes on Independence Day, the last day of the season at Colorado’s Arapahoe Basin ski resort. Resort spokeswoman Kimberly Trembearth says it’s the ...

Colo. vintage plane crash, fire investigated

By The AP

WETMORE — Crews are hoping to build more containment lines around a 154-acre wildfire burning in southern Colorado. The fire is 25 percent contained and fire information officer Gregg Goodland says they hope to increase that figure ...

Printed letters, July 5, 2011

By Staff

Federal debt ceiling may be unconstitutional The Republican/libertarian/tea party strategy of furthering their economic and political agenda by holding the federal debt ceiling “hostage” may be on the verge of collapse, now that a ...

Here’s hoping for another reason to celebrate after our 235th birthday

By Jim Spehar

It’s evolved, for most of us, into watching climbers summit Independence Rock on the Colorado National Monument, rodeos and street dances in places like Collbran, and the community celebration in Palisade. At our house, we remember the ...

Medical pot rules appear a little hazy

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t accuse proponents of medical marijuana of being high if they seem confused about the state of regulations governing their industry. Anyone could get a little unsteady on the regulatory roller coaster ride regarding medical ...

Motorcyclist loses control at curve, dies

By Charles Ashby

A New Castle man died late Sunday when the motorcycle he was riding crashed on 45 1/2 Road about three miles south of De Beque. Alcohol was considered to be a factor in the accident. The man, 53-year-old John F. Douglas, was riding his 1982 ...

GarCo to celebrate new runway, upgrades with Rifle air show

By Dennis Webb

To celebrate $47 million in upgrades to the Garfield County Regional Airport in Rifle, the county is putting on a free $230,000 party for the public next weekend in the form of an air show. Despite some debate over funding for the event, ...

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