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Printed letters, May 23, 2010

By Staff

City can’t afford to make field pretty Having read the article in The Daily Sentinel May 18 regarding the upgrading of Suplizio Field to make it look pretty, I felt compelled to respond. The responsibility of School District 51 is to ...


E-mail letters, May 21, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s column thin on facts Rick Wagner’s columns on May 20 states that schools are teaching global warming that is not supported by science, but actually political agendas. His column actually does exactly what he is accusing ...


Forest Service program revitalizes watersheds, jolts local economies

By Staff

The White River National Forest is arguably Colorado’s flagship national forest. With a whopping 9.6 million visits annually, more than any national park or national forest in the country, the forest is treasured for its world-class ...


R-5 graduates overcome odds

By Amy Hamilton

Some kinks in the road didn’t stop 86 R-5 graduates from earning high school diplomas Friday morning. The non-traditional school allows students to work at jobs while earning a degree. R-5 programs include Schools Without Walls, the ...


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R5 High School graduation, Part 1

By Staff

R5 graduation ceremonies — May 21, 2010 Go to PART 2 PART 3  ...


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History column: Heavy rain washed away early cemetery in western Mesa County

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First in a series on the history of local cemeteries. While western Mesa County’s earliest-known cemetery no longer exists, several others in that area are still in use today, thanks to the efforts of volunteers and ...


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Voice activated computer purchased after fundraiser

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

A group of local musicians came together last February to perform a benefit concert for Dr. Ed Harris. Harris, who suffers from polio related complications, is a published author who was in need of a voice-activated computer in order to ...


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Pets, owners prepare for pageant

By Melinda Mawdsley

Unaccustomed to being dressed in a pink tutu, Cuddles the bunny tried unsuccessfully to wiggle out of the ballerina costume. The 1-year-old pet rabbit isn’t a fan of costumes, admitted owner Galaicia Shea. “She will take it ...


Centennial Band concert will have Colorado National Monument as backdrop

By Staff

The setting sun and the red rocks of the Colorado National Monument will provide a perfect outdoor stage and lighting for the Centennial Band’s Music on the Monument concert. Patriotic songs, ballads, trumpet and vocal soloists, ...


Music Scene: Week of May 21, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you dig Black Sabbath tunes — specifically the 1970–75 era — you don’t want to miss cover band Irony Man, performing at 10 p.m. Friday, May 21, at Tenacious Brothers Pub, 118 S. Seventh St. A visual of the Salt Lake ...


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