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Printed letters, June 14, 2011

By Staff

I want to thank The Daily Sentinel for reporting on the recent testimony given by the senior researcher for the RAND Corp., James Bartis, before the federal government’s House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on energy ...


Redistricting as it should be

By The Daily Sentinel

The legislative redistricting process that continued in Denver Monday is not quite the antithesis of the highly politicized congressional redistricting effort that imploded in the state Legislature earlier this year, but it is an example of ...


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Long ride for a cold drink

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Sisters Nikki Milsap, 17, and Kali Milsap, 12, rode into the city of Fruita from their home to get lunch at Burger King. The restaurant wouldn’t let them use the drive-through but did allow them to tie their horses outside. The girls ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results June 13, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - June 13, 2011 Hardest Holes - Flight 2 - 9 hole Winners T1st Patti Herland   T1st Jenann ...


SustainAbility: Solar

By Adele Israel

Abundant sunshine makes western Colorado an ideal place for solar power and this is a great time to harness that energy. Current rebates and incentives make 2011 a very auspicious year for installing an on-site solar generation system. You ...


Homegrown: Desert landscaping, prickly pear cactus

By Dennis Hill

I have desert landscaping, mostly river rock, with several small cactus gardens. My question is what product can I use for weeds in the cactus that will kill weeds only and not hurt the cactus? — Thank you, Shirley I’m afraid I ...


Palisade softball loses coach

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School softball coach Tony Kirby is stepping down after one year as the head coach. Kirby works for United Parcel Service, and changes to his work schedule and hours will prevent him from coaching this fall. He was a part of the ...


Colorado fire forces evacuation of church camp

By The AP

WESTCLIFFE — A wildfire burning in southern Colorado that has forced the evacuation of a church camp has spread to about 1,000 acres. Crews were attacking the fire near Westcliffe from the air today. It broke out Sunday afternoon and ...


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Perfect timing: Watch and clock collectors sync friendship with hobby

By Rachel Sauer

So, the gang’s all here. There’s Bob and George, of course, great guys, and that’s Earl getting comfortable over there. Jim’s next to Earl, and he’s got something intriguing in a tidy black bag. This guy. Such a ...


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Two local graduates earn five military-school appointments

By Melinda Mawdsley

It was a chance meeting at an unexpected place. At about this same time last year, Cody Iden was walking down a hallway on the grounds of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., and passed someone who looked exactly like a guy he knew ...


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