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Printed letters, Nov. 24, 2010

By Staff

Years ago, I joked that someday I will arrive at the airport wearing a robe, carrying a bag of clothes, flash the screener, get dressed in the open and press on to my flight. In my 27 years as a professional pilot, I would not have thought we ...

Colorado man takes plea deal in Utah artifact dig

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Durango man has pleaded guilty to removing an ancient human skull, pottery and a stone knife from federal land in the Four Corners area of southern Utah. Richard Bourret pleaded guilty today in federal court in Salt ...

Winter storm to pummel Western Slope

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Hope you’re already where you want to be for Thanksgiving, because a nasty winter storm scheduled to blow into western Colorado tonight may otherwise throw a wrench in your travel plans. Blizzard and high-wind warnings are plastered ...

112310 Lions Club Toy Drive

Area Lions clubs toy drop-off locations

By Special to the Sentinel

Drop off your toy donations to the Lions Club at the following locations: Fruitvale Lions: Community Hospital — 2021 N. 12th St. Roman Chiropractors — 2584 Patterson New Life Chiropractic — 2532 Patterson True Value — ...

Unemployment increases in GJ, Colorado

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The seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate increased from 9.5 percent in September to 9.6 percent in October in Mesa County, according to data released Tuesday by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. Colorado’s unemployment ...

Wolf Creek ski patrol director killed in avalanche

By The AP

PAGOSA SPRINGS — The ski patrol director at the Wolf Creek Ski Area has died after getting caught in an avalanche at the resort, known as one of Colorado’s snowiest. Forty-one-year-old Scott Kay died Monday, prompting the ski area ...

Arizona fugitive due in court

By The AP

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — An inmate who escaped from an Arizona prison is due in court on charges stemming from a shootout during his capture in western Colorado. Thirty-six-year-old Daniel Renwick in scheduled to enter a plea Tuesday in ...

Manhunt resumes for gunman in Utah ranger shooting

By The AP

MOAB — Searchers planned to brave an icy blast of winter when they resume the hunt near Moab for a man believed to have shot a Utah park ranger last week. Grand County Sheriff Jim Nyland says more than 160 officers were due to ramp up ...

Pat-down only option now in GJ for screening

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The full-body scanners that have aroused privacy fears in many American airports have yet to reach Grand Junction Regional Airport, but the other search technique, enhanced pat-downs, have. Pat-downs are used when travelers refuse to pass ...

Resolution to prevent hospital sale

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose County commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution Monday designed to prevent the sale of Montrose Memorial Hospital and its assets. The board said a proposed lease agreement entered into by the hospital’s ...

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