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A trendsetter at last! It’s chic to be cheap

By Penny Stine

I had Lasik surgery back when my youngest son was in kindergarten, but before that I wore glasses from the time I was in second grade. My first pair had cat-eye frames, then I graduated to some incredibly huge plastic frames that made me look ...


Foundation wants McInnis to repay $300,000

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The Hasan Family Foundation, which five years ago paid $300,000 to Scott McInnis to research and write a series of articles on Colorado water law, today demanded the money back after learning that McInnis’ work was plagiarized from ...


Hope in the Gulf

By The Daily Sentinel

If you breathed a sigh of relief over events in the Gulf of Mexico last week, but you’re still keeping your fingers crossed, join the club. Nearly three months after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig killed 11 people and ...


Pipe organ inside 071610

Pipe organ’s rich complexity, relative obscurity make organists a rare breed

By Melinda Mawdsley

The appeal of rattling church rafters turned John Ahern toward the pipe organ. Granted, Ahern, 17, doesn’t want church walls to collapse when he plays chords during a hymn, but he likes the power. “I think every organ player ...


Fischer tells Denver TV station McInnis lied

By Charles Ashby

In an exclusive interview with Denver’s Channel 7 on Wednesday, Rolly Fischer told investigative reporter John Ferrugia that governor candidate Scott McInnis lied to him about why he hired him to do research on water issues. In the ...


GOP leaders mull options if candidate leaves governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

Colorado Republicans were like ducks on a pond Thursday. On the surface, party members seemed calm and poised, but underneath they were madly paddling as they tried to fathom what has happened to their chances of winning the governor’s ...


071610 history

Westwater cattlewoman rode with the Wild Bunch

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The country in eastern Utah around Westwater is rugged and not for the faint of heart. But it was not too rugged for Florence Harris Fuller, who became a legend as one of the best-known and highly respected cattlewomen in the West. She owned ...


Local Briefs, July 16, 2010

By Staff

Kids Fun Fest planned at Canyon View The seventh annual Rocky Mountain PBS Kids Fun Fest will take place from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. today at Canyon View Park, Gunnison Shelter, 730 24 Road. The free family event will feature a number of ...


071510 Homeless

Group protests loss of affordable housing

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Twenty studio apartments and a small house will soon be demolished to make way for a Mesa State College parking lot or storage unit at 1241 Elm Ave. Members of the local homeless advocacy group Housing First! No More Deaths! gathered outside ...


Death notices, July 16, 2010

By The AP

Fern Beryl Cook, 94, Grand Junction, died July 14, 2010, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Masonic Cemetery on Orchard Mesa. Survivors include one son, Hugh of Grand Junction; one daughter, Kay Jean Wright; ...


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