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Delta County Fair in Hotchkiss to take on tropical beach flair

By Staff

Imagine a cow in a grass skirt and a pig strumming the ukulele. Is that horse wearing a Hawaiian floral print shirt? It’s a Barnyard Beach Party this year at the Delta County Fair from Sunday through Saturday, Aug. 8–14, at the ...

Calendar: Week of Aug. 6, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, AUG. 6 First Friday art reception, The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St., 7-9 p.m., gallery talk at 6:30 p.m., opening exhibits “Eye, Hand and Heart: Works by Joanne Beaule Ruggles,” “A Life Well-Rooted: Women of ...

American dream can be lived if you add hard work to the mix

By Rock Cesario

I often have been asked how I know so much about music. Well, music has been my “job” for more than 22 years. More importantly, music has been my life for well over 40 years, strictly from a fan’s point of view. The only ...

In search of the big chill

By Staff

EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s column is written by Tess Furey and Hannah Soderborg, a Fruita Monument High School student and summer intern at The Daily Sentinel. With the summer heat in all of its glory, there are only so many ...

Armstrong and teammate to join in Leadville 100

By The AP

LEADVILLE — Lance Armstrong and RadioShack teammate Levi Leipheimer will race in the Leadville 100 mountain bike race next weekend. Armstrong had said earlier he was leaning toward entering and race organizers say they received ...

Report: Bennet-backed pension deal costs millions

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver school system is reportedly stuck paying millions of dollars in interest and fees because of a pension financing deal recommended by Sen. Michael Bennet while he served as superintendent. The New York Times reported ...

Another sentenced in 4 Corners artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man who once bragged about taking American Indian artifacts from federal lands avoided jail time Thursday after a federal judge said he decided to show leniency after reading letters from the man’s two ...

Hiker apparently knocked out by lightning strike

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — A Minnesota man struck by lightning while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park was apparently knocked out for about 14 hours. Thirty-one-year-old Brandon Baker of Princeton says he took shelter under a ...

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Kannah Creek’s special brew supports MS research

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jim Jeffryes, co-owner of Kannah Creek Brewery, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1994. “My arm or my leg would just go numb sometimes,” he said. The disease also makes him more susceptible to flu and other sicknesses. ...

8.8.10 Palisade home

Town of Palisade continues to make improvements

By Penny Stine

New types of farms and new downtown shops are keeping Palisade interesting for both residents and visitors, which is especially important during the busy summer festival season. “Every festival draws people into town,” said Sid ...

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