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Club 20 takes no position on Prop. 103

By {screen_name}

Western Slope advocacy organization Club 20 opted to take no position on a proposal to boost sales taxes to increase spending on education. The organization’s board struggled Friday with whether to support Proposition 103, which state ...

Foreign films can’t compete with the NFL

By Penny Stine

It’s been more than a month with no home phone and no channels on our TV set, and I’m starting to rethink this proposition. No, I’m not ready to go back to cable, and I don’t want the monthly payment for satellite TV, ...

Cantaloupe likely source of listeria outbreak

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s state health department has identified cantaloupe as the likely source of a multi-state listeria outbreak that has sickened at least nine people in the state. Two people have died after being infected with ...

BLM to write new environmental review rules for drilling

By The AP

DENVER — The Bureau of Land Management plans to write new guidelines for using a provision that allows for speedier environmental reviews of oil and gas development on public land following a judge’s order to stop using its ...


A chat with Jonathan Tyler

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY After releasing its first major label album in April 2010, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights is a rock band on its way to becoming a nationally known name. One of the “Pardon Me” album’s tracks, ...

Pork ‘n’ Hops Challenge expects 50-plus teams for barbecue competition

By Staff

Get ready for a lip-smacking good time at the Colorado Pork ‘n’ Hops Challenge on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 9-10, at Lincoln Park. The event includes a professional Kansas City Barbeque Society competition, with more than 50 ...

CMU music department faculty to perform Sept. 15

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY All of the faculty members of Colorado Mesa University’s music department will take the stage to perform a mix of solos and ensembles in the department’s inaugural performance for the upcoming school year. The ...

Alien Ant Farm’s latest tour brings them to Mesa

By Staff

Imagine, daydreaming at a dull desk job, with your feet up, thinking “Wouldn’t it be cool if the human species were placed on earth and cultivated by alien intelligence? ... Maybe the aliens added us to an atmosphere that was ...

Rober Earl Keen’s ‘Ready for Confetti’ his best since 2001

By Staff

I really like the new Robert Earl Keen CD “Ready for Confetti” released last Tuesday on Lost Highway. It was produced by the legendary steel guitarist Lloyd Maines, whose daughter Natalie was a member of the Dixie Chicks. I like ...



By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel It’s time to put on the glitz this fall with sequins. A little sparkle makes the end of summer more tolerable. Getting the look is easy, and here are a few ways to incorporate it into your fall ...

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