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Glenwood Hot Springs Pool offers family-friendly party

By Staff

Soak in the new year during the family New Year’s Eve celebration Thursday, Dec. 31, at the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, 415 E. Sixth St., in Glenwood Springs. The event includes party hats and noisemakers for everyone at the stroke of ...


OutFit: Holiday trends

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and it’s finally on a Friday night! It is time to start planning your outfit for the perfect night out. Here are five hot trends to ring in ...


Art on the Corner: ‘Good Friends’

By Staff

SCULPTURE: “Good Friends” is in front of Heirlooms for Hospice, on the south side of the 600 block of Main Street. ARTIST: Mary Zimmerman of Paonia. DESCRIPTION: Everlasting youth is captured in a highly detailed bronze sculpture ...


My list of people I’ve been blessed by knowing is a long one

By Rock Cesario

I originally wrote this column for Christmas Eve 2004 and updated and revised it last year. Since revisiting this column seems to be becoming an annual thing for me, here it is again. Merry Christmas. Here is some great advice from Bing ...


Printed letters, Dec. 29, 2009

By Staff

Downtown is fortunate to get bed and breakfast I couldn’t be happier for the DeRoses. I understand the desire for a historic district. However, in the true sense of the word, that area is not a “historic” area. The homes ...


Terror takes flight in U.S. once again

By Staff

We’re glad to see Homeland Security Director Jane Napolitano has reconsidered her Sunday comment that “the system worked” to thwart a would-be terrorist who tried to blow up a jet airliner bound for Detroit on Christmas ...


911 tape: Woman says actor Sheen brandished knife

By Staff

The wife of actor Charlie Sheen told police her husband held a knife to her throat, pinned her on a bed and threatened to kill her after she told him she wanted a divorce. “You better be in fear. If you tell anybody, I’ll kill you ...


Somerset mines consider proposed roadless exemption crucial

By Staff

While two mines in the Somerset area remain interested in methane capture, a bigger political issue for them at the moment may be the roadless debate. Greg Schaefer, vice president of external affairs for St. Louis-based Arch Coal’s ...


Methane found in coal mines ‘can be quite profitable’

By Staff

As long as companies have pulled coal from mines in Colorado, they’ve contended with methane problems. About 5.5 trillion cubic feet of coal-bed methane are believed trapped in the Piceance and Uinta basins split by Energy Alley, ...


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Colorado population tops 5 million

By Staff

Despite the recession, Colorado continues to draw newcomers — so many in fact that, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the state’s population topped 5 million for the first time last July. That’s more than double the 2.2 ...


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