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OA: Boulder Acoustic March 13, 2009

By Staff

The unmistakable sound of wood being sanded was the background noise to a phone interview with Aaron Keim, ukulele and stand-up bass player for the Boulder Acoustic Society. “You can hear that?” he asked. Trying to multitask, he ...

OA: Enviro Film Fest March 13, 2009

By Staff

For many people who live in western Colorado, taking in the outdoors is just as much a source of entertainment as taking in a movie. Volunteer organizer Lee Gelatt and the Western Colorado Congress, a local community action organization, ...

Briefs: Local Sports March 13, 2009

By Staff

College Softball • Mavs split DH with Fort Lewis Mesa State College split another RMAC doubleheader Thursday, scoring two runs in the top of the seventh inning to beat Fort Lewis 6-5, but were then victims of a run-rule game, ...

Mavs don’t have to rely on home runs to win games

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College baseball team is off to its customary good start, but the Mavs are going about things a little differently. The fourth-ranked Mavericks (17-4, 7-1 RMAC) are averaging 11.9 runs a game and are on pace to threaten the ...

Death Notices: March 13, 2009

By Staff

•  Raymond Lee Saddoris, 72, Grand Junction, died March 11, 2009, at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Visitation will be 9 a.m. Monday at the Redlands Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Services will ...

Henrietta Hat Column March 13, 2009

By Henrietta Hay

Some days it hardly pays to get up — especially if it is Friday the 13th. But even if it is, it is wise to laugh, or it will turn around and bite you. Last Friday the 13th, the day my column on the dangers of falling appeared, I fell! ...

SEC dropped the ball in Bernie Madoff case

By The Daily Sentinel

The man who created the largest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history, Bernard Madoff, will be going to prison — probably for the remainder of his life — as a result of his pleading guilty Wednesday to 11 criminal counts related to his ...

Down but not out for Dominguez NCA

By The Daily Sentinel

The vote in Congress this week that temporarily halted efforts to create the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area along the Gunnison River was not primarily about the future of these 209,000 acres of public lands in western ...

Briefs: Local News March 13, 2009

By Staff

Service club seeks applicants for woman of the year award • The Junior Service League is seeking applications for the Phenomenal Woman of the Year Award. The award is designed to honor local women who make an impact by diligently ...

Remains may be those of victim of Front Range serial killer

By Amy Hamilton

The skeletal remains of a woman’s body found near Moab, Utah, on Wednesday may have been a victim of a suspected Front Range serial killer, 42-year-old Scott Kimball, according to Grand County Sheriff James Nyland. Nyland said Kimball, ...

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