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Chips Barry, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

Denver Water has a long history of battling with the Western Slope over water, and the head of that municipal water organization has often been viewed as an antagonist by water officials on this side of the Continental Divide. Chips Barry was ...


Ski industry group reports more visits in ‘09-‘10

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — A ski industry group’s preliminary report says visits to U.S. ski resorts rose 4.2 percent to 59.7 million last season. The National Ski Areas Association said today that preliminary figures show the 2009-10 season was ...


E-mail letters, May 4, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 in not what’s best for state’s public education My husband and I have taught high school special education at Fruita Monument High School for nine years. We do not have tenure. We do have due process rights given to us by ...


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May fishing at Lake Powell offers unique experience

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,620 msl Water Temperature 56-66 F PAGE, ARIZ. — Fishing in May is always a unique experience.  Expectations for targeting a certain fish species often go unfilled only to be replaced by an even better success. The ...


Colorado Senate gives initial OK to tuition bill

By The AP

DENVER — The Senate has given initial approval to a bill that would give Colorado colleges more flexibility to set tuition rates after lawmakers warned funding for colleges is headed for a cliff in the next year or two. Sen. John Morse, ...


Man gets 22 years in robbery of pharmacy, bank

By Paul Shockley

A local man who robbed a pharmacy and a bank over the span of 21 days last year was sentenced to 22 years in prison this morning. Mitchell L. Reeves, 28, of Fruitvale, faced a term between 10 and 25 years under an agreement with the District ...


Third-grade CSAP reading scores released

By Emily Shockley

Third-grade Colorado Student Assessment Plan test scores released today show a 2 percent drop in students scoring proficient or advanced in School District 51 and a 3 percent drop for the state. Sixty-eight percent of District 51 ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report, May 4, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: A Time of Excitement! May is the time of year when anglers really start setting their sights on all the different fishing opportunities Colorado has to offer. Many waters that were iced-over are finally starting to break free ...


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Haute Talk: Kids on the internet?

By Robin Dearing

What is the appropriate age for a child to go on to the internet? Go to the Haute Mamas blog by clicking HERE.  ...


Former Qwest CEO appears in Denver federal court

By The AP

DENVER — A federal judge today agreed to let imprisoned former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio waive his right to attend his re-sentencing hearings in June, but not before Nacchio said he has met better people in prison than some of the people he ...


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