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Bulldogs come up four points short

By Staff

After battling back from an early deficit, the winless Palisade High School boys basketball team battled back Saturday night against Glenwood Springs but couldn’t pull out the victory, falling 54-50 at Palisade. The Bulldogs trailed by ...


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Area auto dealers set to weather storm better than others in nation

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New-car dealers across the country are looking at hard times in the coming months, and those in the Grand Valley are no different. But they’re also better suited to weather the storm than many dealers across the country. “We ...


Ballot measures would hogtie government

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not for us to decide whether the backers of three ballot measures that aim to eviscerate state and local governments broke the law in circulating petitions for those measures. Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher and his ...


Mathews’ hot hand lifts Mavericks to win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ryan Mathews showed he can shoot the basketball, too. The Mesa State College senior guard followed a Nebraska-Kearney player’s career-high night against the Mavericks with 30 points to lead the Mavericks to a 77-69 RMAC victory over ...


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OUT: Utah hunter’s ‘spider bull’ elk measures world class numbers

By Dave Buchanan

An Ammon, Utah, hunter this fall killed what’s been scored as the largest elk ever taken on public land and perhaps the largest elk ever killed in the wild. A special judges panel from the Boone and Crockett Club last week gave Denny ...


OUT: Sunday Column January 11, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

A relatively benign activity that’s gone from a weekend outing to one where participants employ ATVs, helicopters and high-priced location finders has caught once more the attention of the Colorado Wildlife Commission. At its meeting ...


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OUT: Commission could rule bald eagle no longer threatened

By Dave Buchanan

America’s favorite not-yellow Big Bird, the bald eagle, may take another step toward official recovery Monday when the Colorado Wildlife Commission considers a proposal to remove the eagle from the state threatened species list. The ...


LS: Your Town Column January 11, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Now is not the time to worry about global warming — especially with 5 inches of ice and snow still piled up on the north side of the house. With just a touch of envy, I raise an overworked snow shovel in salute to my well- deserving ...


Bob Silbernagel Column January 11, 2009

By Bob Silbernagel

In the first few years after we purchased our property near Palisade, some friends and I conducted occasional and successful pheasant hunts there. Such hunts are no longer an option, however. Unlike 20 years ago, there’s no direction in ...


Good Citizen awards given to six students

By Staff

Dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. Six area high school seniors who demonstrate those qualities were awarded Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen certificates on Saturday. The Mount Garfield Chapter of the ...


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