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Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results September 6, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - September 6, 2011 One Putts - 9 Hole Winners 2nd & 3rd Flight 1st Sandy Brubaker 4th Flight 1st Terri ...


Springs cops find suspects napping in car

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS – Colorado Springs police say they found drugs and a stolen gun inside a car with three suspected gang members and three underage females, all of them sleeping. The Gazette reports that an officer approached the car at ...


CSU student loses legs while train hopping

By The AP

LONGMONT — Police in Longmont are investigating after a 17-year-old Colorado State University student lost both of her legs while trying to hop aboard a freight train. Authorities say the unidentified teen slipped underneath the moving ...


State deriving little benefit from trust lands

By {screen_name}

State officials are optimistic they will get the last slivers of school trust lands owed the state for more than a century. They have little reason, however, to think any of those slivers will be in western Colorado’s energy-rich lands ...


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Outdoor ice rink planned for GJ

By {screen_name}

A local ice hockey group plans to open an outdoor ice rink Nov. 1 in an alley behind North Avenue. The rink would be used for practices for the four age groups involved in Grand Valley Youth Hockey, plus the Colorado Mesa University ...


Hard jobs not so sweet

By The Daily Sentinel

With U.S. unemployment hovering at 9.1 percent, and the rate in western Colorado even higher, one might think people here would be eager for any decent-paying job, even if it involves strenuous labor. Not so, says John Harold, the Olathe ...


Printed letters, Sept. 6, 2011

By Staff

At first glance, Kelly Johnson’s Aug. 31 letter to the editor about the upcoming ballot question to override the District 51 mill levy and increase financial support of the school district seems fairly reasonable. But on reflection, some ...


Feeling the solar heat

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s hardly astonishing that the bankruptcy filing of a California solar company which received a $535 million federal loan guarantee — and was touted by President Barack Obama as a poster company for the new green energy ...


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Soup kitchen gets solar panel donation

By Amy Hamilton

A local company opted to shine a light on a local nonprofit organization. Solar panels that were installed over the long weekend at the Grand Valley Catholic Outreach should save the soup kitchen and the charity group’s operations up to ...


GarCo districts ask voters’ help with school cuts

By Dennis Webb

Voters in three Garfield County school districts will be asked this fall to approve tax measures aimed at making up for deep budget cuts in recent years. The Roaring Fork Re-1 School District in Glenwood Springs is seeking a $4.8 million mill ...


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