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Need an inexpensive gift? A book may hold the answer

By Penny Stine

Even with the popularity of e-readers, a visit to any local bookstore will confirm that books — whether hardback, paperback, bestseller or classic — remain a popular Christmas gift. “This area really likes local ...


12.14.11 LMS stocking helic

10 stocking stuffers for under $10

By Staff

Need help stuffing everyone’s stocking this year? We sent out a few of Santa’s elves with a mission to find 10 cool stocking stuffers for under $10. The elves were so excited; they found dozens of great gift ideas, but we could ...


12.14.11 LMS wrap up

Got gifts? Get ‘em wrapped and give to charity all at once

By Penny Stine

Why not reduce the stress of your holiday season this year and let someone else do the wrapping? Mesa County Partners is once again at Mesa Mall in an inline store in the Cabela’s wing offering gift wrap services through 5 p.m. on Dec. ...


Public pianos prompt unity around Fort Collins

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Live music erupts spontaneously before small crowds at such places as the Old Town Ice Rink or Foothills Mall through the keys of several vibrantly colored, upright pianos across Fort Collins. “Play Me!” says ...


Email letters, December 22, 2011

By Staff

U.S. Should learn from costly mistakes in Iraq As I watched the CBS Sunday morning coverage of the departure of the final U.S. combat troops from Iraq, the camera panned back towards Iraq to reveal a deserted, silent, empty horizon. The ...


Bailout over the Gulf of Tomini

By Special to the Sentinel

After receiving those coveted silver wings at Blackland, I flew B-24s at Biggs Field in EI Paso, and then went to Alamogordo, N.M., to fly with a crew as co-pilot. I missed going to Europe with the B-24 Group. They shipped out while I was on ...


Colo. education advocates oppose funding appeal

By The AP

DENVER — Education advocates are calling on Gov. John Hickenlooper to rethink his decision to appeal a court ruling against the state’s school funding system. Earlier this month, a Denver judge sided with parents and 21 school ...


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Senators leery of low-altitude flyovers proposal

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s U.S. senators are asking that the Air Force take a closer look at concerns raised by communities and the public about proposed low-altitude training flights in southwestern Colorado and parts of New Mexico. The 27th Special ...


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GJ man accused in sword attack on roommate

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A Grand Junction man was arrested early Tuesday morning after he allegedly attacked his roommate with a sword, leaving the victim with severe wounds to his face. Richard Allen Ries, 30, 2946 Rhonda Lee Road, was advised in court Wednesday he ...


Craig veterans telehealth clinic holds open house

By The AP

CRAIG — The Craig Veterans TeleHealth Clinic serving northwest Colorado and southeast Wyoming is looking for more patients. Paul Sweeney of the VA Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colo., says an open house at the clinic on Thursday is ...


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