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Three accused of tampering with train

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Three transients not only felt the lure of a train whistle Saturday night. They also tooted a locomotive’s horn before being arrested in Glenwood Canyon, authorities say. An eastbound freight train was brought ...


Group urges collaboration to boost business climate

By Emily Shockley

Jobs Cabinet members want Colorado businesses, educators and economic development groups to share ideas in order to get the best results. Mesa County Workforce Center Director Sue Tuffin says she doesn’t know any other way to do ...


Those for and against reform want delegation to visit GJ

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About the only thing opposing sides of the health care reform issue could agree on Monday was the need for a town hall meeting with federal elected officials. On all four corners of Fifth Street and Rood Avenue, sign-waving opponents of ...


Briefs: Health Aug. 25, 2009

By Staff

Kids 9–14: Enter radon poster contest • Children ages 9 to 14 in Colorado are invited to enter the 2010 National Radon Poster Contest. Poster topics include: What is radon? Where does radon come from? How does radon get into our ...


‘Middle school growing pains’ call for quickly changing rules

By Sheri Fisher

Helen finished her call as she walked in for our coaching session. She sounded frustrated and overwhelmed. She said: “That was my daughter, Jessica, who wants to meet her friends at the movies. It seemed fine until she mentioned that ...


Home track helps Fruita’s Arnold finish well at Mile High Nationals

By Scott Schlaufman

For Cody Arnold, the third time was a charm. Prior to Sunday’s ABA BMX Mile High Nationals at the Mesa County Fairgrounds, the 14-year-old from Fruita had raced in two other national series events but had never gone beyond the ...


Too many people are electing not to run

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re all for School District 51 saving money, but not this way. Because there were, as of last Friday, no contested races for the three District 51 school board seats up for election this year, it’s possible the district might ...


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Pueblo’s Allen wins Enstrom’s Rocky Mountain Open on first try

By Staff

It’s around this time of year that Jason Allen usually heads west to play in the Utah Open golf tournament. As the father of a couple of small children, Allen decided he wanted to be closer to their Pueblo home this year. “This ...


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Sheldrake sets record with run at Clean Slate at the Lake

By Allen Gemaehlich

He knew it was in him. Leigh Sheldrake, 46, of Glenwood Springs set a Western Region record, his second of his career, on a memorable Sunday afternoon in the Clean Slate at the Lake water ski competition at Lake Mirage. Sheldrake set the ...


Death notices: Aug. 24, 2009

By Staff

• Martin Stewart Grier, 80, Paonia, died Aug. 22, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today at the Taylor Funeral Service chapel in Paonia. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Bible Center Church in ...


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