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E-mail letters, Feb. 9, 2011

By Staff

Journalists finding themselves in the line of fire Kathleen Parker’s column in the Feb. 8 edition of The Daily Sentinel was a sobering reminder of the risks journalists worldwide take to report the news. The recent attacks in Egypt on ...


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Local teen earns Eagle Scout honor

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Peter Madsen is the newest scout to wear the honor of Eagle. Madsen, 15, has been a member of Boy Scout Troop 361 for the past four years. The Eagle Scout rank is the highest achievement that any scout can earn through the program. Scouts ...


2 women may testify against former Colo. DA

By The AP

MONTROSE — Two women who say a former western Colorado prosecutor coerced sexual favors from them may have to testify at his preliminary hearing Friday, after a judge declined to quash subpoenas served on them. Both women worked with ...


Western Rockies Federal Credit Union

By Staff

Since 1936, we have been trusted by four generations of Western Colorado families. Every day, our 14,600 members save money on banking fees and interest rates. Not-for-Profit. Member Owned. Federally Insured. We’re a Credit Union. ...


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Canyon waterfall offers rare desert ice climbing

By Ann Driggers

I felt odd recently lumbering along No Thoroughfare Canyon trail in the Colorado National Monument, bundled up and weighed down with a heavy pack containing ice tools, crampons and other necessities to ward off the cold weather. Normally, I ...


Local Audubon Society sponsors weekend trips

By Dave Buchanan

Tumacanbac, the third and fourth. The annual Tumacanbac birding trips, sponsored by the Grand Valley Audubon Society, wind up their final weekend Saturday and Sunday. These trips, the final two in this year’s four hawk-heavy ventures, ...


State snowpack still above average

By Dave Buchanan

Something to think about as you shovel the 4 inches of “mostly cloudy” off your driveway: The statewide snowpack actually decreased in January. According to the latest snow surveys from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s ...


Free school breakfasts for poor revived in CO

By The AP

DENVER — School nutritionists in Colorado cheered after lawmakers in the state Senate backed off a plan to cut free breakfasts for poor students. A Senate committee voted to restore the Start Smart Nutrition Program today. Last month ...


Grape harvest looks OK after January freeze

By Dave Buchanan

If a grape grower should mention he’s been out cutting buds, you might be assured it has nothing to do with a shift to the medical marijuana business. He or she merely has been out among the vines, trying to determine how much damage ...


D51 graduation rate surpasses state at 74 percent for class of 2010

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School District 51’s class of 2010 had a 74 percent graduation rate, compared to 71.8 percent the year before. The district surpassed Colorado’s average graduation rate of 72.4 percent in spring 2010, which was up 1.7 percentage ...


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