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052410 therapy dog

Marley the friendly black Lab just what doctor ordered

By Amy Hamilton

It’s nearly impossible for Marley to wipe the toothy grin off his face whenever he’s around people. In his golden years with gray hairs framing his face, Marley loves to socialize, speaking volumes with his doleful, brown eyes and ...


E-mail letters, May 24, 2010

By Staff

Keep existing members of DMEA board of directors As the DMEA election approaches one wonders,“What are the issues facing our member owned electrical co-op?” As a few individuals who have monitored the DMEA board since the ...


No country for old guard

By The Daily Sentinel

If you’re a politician with a history of serving in Washington, D.C., or of being supported by the old-guard leadership of either political party, voters have a message for you: We want new people. At least that’s been the word ...


Newspapers in Colorado owe much to Ed Otte

By Denny Herzog

Newspaper people are a notoriously cantankerous bunch. I don’t know just exactly who the author of the over-used phrase, “it’s like herding cats,” had in mind when first uttered it, but newspaper people would certainly ...


Printed letters, May 25, 2010

By Staff

Revamped Main Street is wonderful to visit My husband and I had the pleasure of walking the new Main Street recently and all I can say is, “Wow!” I can actually push his wheelchair up and down the handicapped ramps without having ...


Two D51 schools selected for state AP program

By Emily Shockley

Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high schools have been selected along with five other Colorado high schools to participate in a college readiness program next school year. The Colorado Legacy Foundation will train advanced placement and ...


Retired UCCS dean dies after bike crash

By Duffy Hayes

LARKSPUR — A retired dean at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has died in a mountain biking accident. Sixty-eight-year-old Ron Wisner died when he crashed his mountain bike Friday on a trail near Larkspur. Wisner was dean ...


Possessing date rape drug to be a felony in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Selling or possessing the “date-rape drug” Rohypnol and the rave party drug known as Special K would be felonies under a bill that is soon to be state law. The bill also makes it a felony for adults to sell or give ...


Injured skier makes way out of backcountry

By The AP

ASPEN — A skier injured in Pitkin County is safe after reaching a rescue staging area under his own power. Sheriff’s officials say the man and another skier were about 14 miles south of Aspen in the Castle Creek Valley at the base ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results May 24, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - May 24, 2010 ONES-9 Hole Winners 3rd Flight 1st Dixie Ficklin 4th Flight 1st Lynn ...


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