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Labor Day, 2011

By The Daily Sentinel

The long Labor Day weekend that begins, for many, as soon as they can leave work today traditionally marks the end of the summer season — the bookend to Memorial Day, which signals the beginning of summer. Most recent years, it has been ...

Pelosi, Degette receive earful on jobs

By Josh Penry

Nancy Pelosi was in Denver this week touting, you guessed it, jobs. Being in a swing state a year out from a big national election gives one the decided impression that Barnum and Bailey has relocated somewhere down the street, and the Pelosi ...

Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club September 1, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - September 1, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net 3 Clubs - Flight 1 1st Gross Mark Fish 77 2nd Gross  ...

Mystery illness strikes 23 at Rifle school

By Dennis Webb

Twenty-one students and two teachers were treated at area hospitals today after becoming ill at Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle. Authorities are continuing to try to determine the cause of their sickness. There were initial reports of ...

Email letters, Sept. 1, 2011

By Staff

Delta commissioners did the right thing approving chicken farm The Delta county commissioners recently approved the Hostetler’s chicken farm unanimously.  I want to complement them on doing the right thing.  Particularly, I ...

Tiara Rado Men’s Club September 1, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - September 1, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net Front 9 - Flight 1 T1st Gross Ben Vigil 36 T1st Gross Jim Bruner 36 3rd ...

090111 OtT preview

Over the Top: Porkchoppers

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob takes aim at an unconventional hunting operation in Texas.  ...

Residence Inn serving as residence hall

By {screen_name}

One of Jesse Ryder’s favorite parts of college so far has been maid service. Ryder has had to pick up after himself since he moved into a single room Monday in North Avenue Residence Hall. But the 18-year-old freshman from Montrose ...

Bennet talks jobs in swing through southern Colorado

By The AP

EADS — U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is on a three-day tour of southern Colorado to talk about jobs with farmers and ranchers. Bennet begins his tour this afternoon in Eads, where he will talk with tourism and economic development officials. ...

Fort Carson convenes suicide awareness forum

By The AP

FORT CARSON — Fort Carson is holding its third annual Suicide Awareness and Resiliency Forum. The meeting is scheduled today at the post just south of Colorado Springs. Speakers will include Brig. Gen. James H. Doty, Fort ...

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