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How to choose an assisted living community

By Staff

The process people experience in locating and choosing an assisted-living community can be complicated due to the rush factor that often is present in identifying the best community. Sometimes this immediacy is unavoidable, but the choice of ...

Environmentalists: Don’t overlook onshore drilling

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Dozens of environmental groups large and small are urging congressional leaders not to overlook onshore drilling amid debate over how to prevent another oil spill like the Gulf of Mexico disaster. Organizations ...

VIDEO: Kiel Rolling in action in the minor leagues

By Staff

Sentinel sports editor Patti Arnold caught up with one of the Western Slope’s own who is trying to make it in the Colorado Rockies’ minor league organization. She filed this video of Kiel Roling, now a first baseman with the Tulsa ...

Utah man arrested in sheepskin store fire

By The AP

DENVER — A Salt Lake City man has been arrested on suspicion of starting a fire that destroyed a sheepskin store near Denver. Thirty-four-year-old Walter Bond was arrested Thursday night. Federal prosecutors have charged him with one ...

Dumervil’s pass-rush, patience, attitude pay off with new contract

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Elvis Dumervil’s route to riches was somewhat unconventional by today’s NFL standards for superstars. He didn’t posture, wasn’t petulant or pouty. He didn’t rip his coaches or the front office, ...

US rig count increases by 14

By The AP

HOUSTON — The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by 14 this week to 1,585. Houston-based Baker Hughes Inc. said today that 982 rigs were exploring for natural gas and 591 for oil. Twelve were ...

Norton: GOP not so great at promoting women

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Jane Norton says the GOP, not just her male opponent in Colorado’s Senate Republican primary, has some work to do promoting women. Norton vowed today to be one of the most conservative women in the Senate if ...

UPDATE: Woman, 84, and man, 61, dead in murder-suicide

By Paul Shockley

An 84-year-old Montrose County woman was killed this morning allegedly at the hand of her 61-year-old son-in-law who took his own life, authorities said this afternoon. The death of Jeanne L. Mennell and her son-in-law, Mark A. Koeman, are ...

Montrose lands aircraft manufacturer

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Extra Aircraft, a German aircraft manufacturer, will start building its single-engine turboprop aircraft in Montrose, bringing with about 220 jobs on land adjacent to Montrose Regional Airport. More than 200 people attended the announcement of ...

Colo bear toots horn, takes car on a short joyride

By The AP

LARKSPUR — A Colorado teen says a bear got into his empty car, honked the horn and sent it rolling into a thicket with the bear inside. Ben Story says he and his family were asleep in their Larkspur home, 30 miles south of Denver, ...

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