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Fruitvale fire possible arson

By Paul Shockley

A fire that destroyed a Fruitvale home and left a family of four homeless last week was intentionally set, the Clifton Fire Protection District said today. Fire investigator Chris Rowland said the blaze, which was reported at 12:45 a.m. ...

Fire FC wins regional game

By The Daily Sentinel

The Fire FC Premier 97 girls soccer team won its second game in group competition today, defeating Avalanche 97 Black of Utah 3-0, in Albuquerque, N.M. The Fire is now 1-1 in group play and faces RVFC Zia 97 of New Mexico at 11 this morning ...

Tea party candidates could lead Republicans to defeat

By Bill Grant

The tea party groups in Colorado have cause to celebrate, but the Republican Party may not. A recently released Rasmussen poll finds that “thirty-three percent of likely Colorado voters find themselves members of the tea party ...

Science, facts and a deepwater dilemma

By The Daily Sentinel

A federal judge’s decision Tuesday to block the six-month moratorium on deepwater drilling that President Barack Obama imposed last month highlights the difficulty for a president who promised “to be sure that facts are driving ...

Printed letters, June 23, 2010

By Staff

Teller Arms parking lot has never been very full This is in response to the complaining about the veterans using the Teller Arms Shopping Center for parking when the VA hospital lot is full: First of all, Lorraine Erickson should be standing ...

McChrystal’s mistake

By The Daily Sentinel

There is a chain of command in the U.S. military that leads eventually to one place: The White House. That’s where Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the U.S. commander in Afghanistan, will appear today for a face-to-face meeting with President ...

Area wildflowers recommended for protection

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is recommending Endangered Species Act protection for three western Colorado wildflowers, two of which are found in regions of energy development. The proposed listings under the act are the first by the ...

Grant stepping down at National Western Stock Show

By The AP

DENVER — Pat Grant is stepping down as president and CEO of the National Western Stock Show. Media manager Bonnie Blitz said today that Grant will continue to provide long-term planning until a successor can be found. He has been with ...

Shoelike pattern on body of woman who fell to her death in Rabbit Valley

By Amy Hamilton

An abrasion with a tread pattern that resembled a shoe worn by her husband was found on the body of a Clifton woman who fell to her death in Rabbit Valley in April, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Dannah Foster, 23, was ...

Crews try to keep Ariz. wildfire from Flagstaff

By The AP

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Massive clouds of smoke choked Flagstaff today as firefighters battled to keep a nearly 19-square-mile wildfire from heading toward the mountain town of about 60,000 people. The work shifted after firefighters secured ...

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