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Printed letters, May 18, 2010

By Staff

Forest Service was right to reject ski expansion The U.S. Forest Service recently upheld a decision not to accept a proposal to expand lift-served skiing onto Snodgrass Mountain near Crested Butte. The Colorado conservation community strongly ...


Calming waters on the Taylor River

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement late last week that a major property owner on the Taylor River has agreed to allow two commercial river rafters to float on the river through his property is welcome news. It means that rafting can occur on that stretch of the ...


Daughter’s trip to Lebanon makes Dad’s worrymeter spike

By Denny Herzog

I write this at my daughter and son-in-law’s house, where I am assigned for the afternoon. It’s a day midway between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. My job today was to do something about their faulty refrigerator. So ...


County changes, reduces vote center locations

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Mesa County will reduce the number of vote centers where citizens can cast their ballots this November and boost early voting hours, a continuing sign that more people are making their selections prior to Election Day. County elections staff ...


BLM finalizes oil, gas lease reforms, bill would block them

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management today finalized onshore oil and gas leasing reforms, which two Republican U.S. senators say they hope to block through legislation. “We must continue to move forward quickly and responsibly on our ...


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Central High School graduation 2010, Part 2

By Staff

Warrior graduation — May 17, 2010 Go back to PART 1 Go to PART 3; PART 4; PART 5; PART 6;  PART 7; PART 8  ...


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Central High School graduation 2010, Part 1

By Staff

Warrior graduation — May 17, 2010 Go to PART 2; PART 3; PART 4; PART 5; PART 6;  PART 7;  PART 8  ...


Homegrown: Helping new sod along

By Staff

We moved into a newly constructed house Dec. 1 and just had sod installed. Everyone else’s lawn is getting green now except ours.  Anything we can do to help this new sod along? — Linda The fact that your sod isn’t ...


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Photographer gives tips for displaying captured memories

By Staff

My walls are too bare. At least that’s what my older sister told me. The same sentiment was echoed by my feng shui practitioner, and then confirmed by my good friend and masterful photographer, Kelli McCall. Even after living in my ...


SustainAbility: District recognition

By Staff

Mesa County Valley School District 51 is taking major steps down the road to sustainability and getting recognition for doing so. Earlier this month, Trane company presented the district with an award for being a leader in energy efficiency ...


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