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Printed letters, May 13, 2011

By Staff

Our president just did something very presidential. He directed or authorized the taking out of our archenemy, American-hating and mass-killing Osama bin Laden. As my ol’ preachin’ Daddy might have said: “Hallelujah, ...


Email letter, May 12, 2011

By Staff

Don’t attack GarCo commissioners for decision on health study Is there no end to the negative impact that liberals have on our nation, our economy, our educational system, our freedom, our values and our personal lives? Fortunately, ...


Tiara Rado Men’s Club May 12, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - May 12, 2011 2 Man Best Ball F9 - Flight 1 1st Gross - Team 26 Mathew W., Perry D. 35 T2nd Gross - Team 6 Dennis S., Keith ...


051211 Augusta Fix mojo

High tea now served downtown

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

From riding side-saddle in pretty dresses to tea sets and lacy frocks, Augusta Fix has always loved old-fashioned things. “My mom used to call me her old-fashioned girl,” Fix said while sipping a British breakfast tea inside her ...


Southern Union (Ala.) second qualifier for JUCO

By Patrick Bahr

Southern Union Community College of Wadley, Ala., defeated Faulkner State 8-1 to win the Southeastern District. The Bison trailed 1-0 for the first seven innings, but scored six runs in the seventh inning and added two more in the eighth. A ...


Rio Blanco oil, gas leases net $543,813

By Dennis Webb

A Windsor, Colo., company today paid $543,813 for U.S. Bureau of Land Management oil and gas leases for some 1,609 acres in Rio Blanco County. The highest per-acre bid in the Colorado BLM’s quarterly lease sale was $390 for 649 acres, ...


Water released from Flaming Gorge Reservoir

By The AP

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — The Bureau of Reclamation has released water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir to prepare for the big spring runoff and more releases are expected. The Rock Springs Rocket-Miner reported today that the release was ...


Denver appeals court weighs military impostor law

By The AP

DENVER — A law making it illegal to lie about being a war hero is constitutional because it defends the integrity of important military medals and protects the public from being manipulated, a government lawyer told a federal appeals ...


State tennis postponed due to weather

By {screen_name}

The Class 5A State Tennis Championships in Denver are postponed for one day because of inclement weather. The tournament was scheduled to get underway this morning, instead it will start at 9 a.m. Friday. All three singles tournaments and ...


Rabid bat found in Mesa County

By {screen_name}

A rabies-positive bat has been found in Mesa County, and county health officials are reminding residents to avoid stray or wild animals and ensure their pets are up to date on rabies vaccinations. Health officials announced this morning that ...


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