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Printed letters, March 30, 2012

By Staff

I see our leader has already started using his media minions to criticize the National Rifle Association. Gail Collins’ March 23 column rips the NRA for lobbying for less restrictive gun laws. She failed to mention that what the NRA ...


Bradford bows out

By The Daily Sentinel

The 2012 legislative session hasn’t been an easy one for state Rep. Laura Bradford of Collbran. First, she was pulled over by Denver police on suspicion of drunk driving. They let her go, and that led to accusations Bradford used her ...


‘Controlled’ burns needed

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper was right Wednesday to suspend the use of controlled burns by the Colorado State Forest Service in the wake of a disastrous Front Range wildfire that killed two people and destroyed 27 homes. It appears that ...


Redlands Mesa Ladies’ Club Golf Results March 29, 2012

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Ladies' Club - March 29, 2012 Low Gross/Low Net - Low Gross/Low Net 1st Gross Jackie Skelton 78 2nd Gross Frances Baer 84 1st ...


Montrose County prevails in airport suit

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A federal judge in Denver dismissed claims against Montrose County and several officials by a company that sought to do business at Montrose Regional Airport. U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch granted summary judgment and awarded costs to the ...


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McDonald’s to celebrate ‘refreshed’ restaurants

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Three of the area’s McDonald’s restaurants in the Grand Valley recently underwent remodeling and a grand re-opening celebration is planned this weekend. Re-opening events will take place from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at all three ...


Utah teens’ naked run inspired by ‘American Pie’

By The Associated Press

OGDEN, Utah – Four Utah teens armed with a BB gun told deputies they were inspired by a scene from an “American Pie” movie when they went running naked through an Ogden-area neighborhood. Authorities said Wednesday the teens ...


Email letters, March 29, 2012

By Staff

Vote ‘Yes’ on Issue B to keep pot shops out of Fruita Should Fruita vote “Yes” on Issue B to keep pot shops out of their town? A Colorado Sheriff’s report warns: Pot shops greatly increase accessibility and ...


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Bradford drops out of HD54 race

By Charles Ashby

State Rep. Laura Bradford announced today that she will drop out of the race for House District 54. The Collbran Republican said she wanted to spend more time with her husband, Linton Matthews, who suffered a heart attack last month, she said ...


Breckenridge man held after pot-laced candy found in Nebraska

By The Associated Press

KEARNEY, Neb. – Authorities say a Colorado man was arrested after 36 pounds of marijuana-laced candy was found in a car he was driving in south-central Nebraska. The Nebraska State Patrol says 24-year-old Harrison Goldberg, of ...


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