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Best of Bridge, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Dec. 23: Darlene Clark and Judy Tirpack; Marilyn McLaughlin and Helen Bledsoe; Martha Scott and Bruce Kolisek. Dec. 27, north/south: McLaughlin and Carolyn Wiley; Dorothy Gerharter and Sue Carson; ...


Irish Thunder shows scheduled

By Staff

By Tammy Gemaehlich The Western Slope Concert Series will present Irish Thunder, an explosive concert featuring the Celtic Band Feast and Strictly Irish, champion Irish dancers, at three venues. Irish Thunder will roll across the stage with ...


Lines West: Jan. 6

By Staff

FOG fog fills the space between cottonwood branches this winter evening, her cold swirls lit by the corner streetlamp at dawn she lies frozen on the branches, white crystals awaiting the morning blush — L. Luis ...


Quick Picks: Jan. 6-12

By Staff

By Sentinel Staff Saturday, Jan. 7 Moo and more Denver’s gone country for the National Western Stock Show, which opens at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St. The event, which lasts until Jan. 22, includes a dizzying array ...


Road Trip: Jan. 6-12

By Staff

By Melinda Mawdsley Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. The Infamous Stringdusters Ski Tour 2012 — Fox Theatre, Boulder, Jan. 19. Wilco — The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Jan. 19. Big ...


Two appointed to CMU board

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Two Denver women will take up posts on the board of trustees of Colorado Mesa University. Joan D. Ringel of Denver, an unaffiliated voter, and Paula Herzmark of Cherry Hills Village, a Democrat., were appointed to the board by Gov. John ...


Court says children can sue county over abuse

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that three siblings can sue Adams County social workers over their alleged failure to protect them from abuse. The children were preteens when they told adoptive parents they were ...


Residents around Paonia fight drilling plans

By The AP

PAONIA — Residents in central Colorado communities are protesting a federal proposal to lease 30,000 acres of land for oil and gas development. Opponents in communities surrounding Paonia say the proposed drilling sites are too close to ...


010512 Sullivans grill

Owner of Sullivan’s Grill planning to sell despite TV makeover

By Amy Hamilton

Three months after Sullivan’s Grill received a makeover courtesy of “Restaurant: Impossible,” the Fruita restaurant has been listed for sale. The Food Network television show changed the interior design and the menu of ...


Mild winter leaves Colorado high and dry

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The so-far mild winter of 2011–12 has water watchers wondering when moisture will roll into the high country. Nothing in the two-week weather forecast suggests needed snowpack is headed to the peaks soon, Colorado River District General ...


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