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Week in Sports for Dec. 19-25, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


122510 Xmas Hike

Week’s Best Photos for Dec. 19-25, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Bus carrying Texas church group crashes near Gunnison

By The AP

GUNNISON — An 11-year-old girl was seriously injured and seven other passengers had moderate injuries after their tour bus veered off an icy mountain highway in central Colorado, the Colorado State Patrol said. The 47-year-old driver, ...


Cause of fire that guts Provo Tabernacle unknown

By The AP

PROVO, Utah — Investigators were trying Saturday to determine the cause of a fire that gutted the historic Provo Tabernacle. Parts of the landmark were still burning Saturday morning more than 24 hours after the fire began, the Daily ...


Colorado snowstorm not over yet, forecasters say

By The AP

SILVERTON, Colo. — Forecasters say a storm that’s already dumping snow in the Colorado mountains could last through Thursday. The National Weather Service says the top of the Grand Mesa and areas around Crested Butte above 9,000 ...


Powderhorn eyes Tuesday opening

By The Daily Sentinel

Officials from Powderhorn Ski Resort have their skis crossed that a weekend of snow and cold temperatures, coupled with a promising forecast, will allow the ski area to open Tuesday. “We are hopeful,” Powderhorn spokeswoman Sarah ...


Funeral set for former RI man killed in Colo.

By The AP

CRANSTON, R.I.  — The body of a former Rhode Island man has been returned to Cranston from Colorado, where he died when he accidentally fell between two bridges. Twenty-eight-year-old George Aldrich Jr.‘s body was discovered ...


Gov-elect Mead readies to take office

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — With just two weeks to go before he’s sworn in as Wyoming’s 32nd governor, Matt Mead said he’s prepared to start working to try to improve the state’s economy as soon as he takes office. Mead, a ...


Printed letters, Dec. 19, 2010

By Staff

I was curious when I saw the headline about the 703-pound bear in The Daily Sentinel on Dec. 15. As I began reading, my curiosity turned to disgust. What sport is there to track a bear to his den and shoot him at point-blank range while he is ...


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Earmarks epiphany

By The Daily Sentinel

Perhaps members of the U.S. Senate got the message from voters after all. At least the unexpected death Thursday night of the earmark-laden $1.2 trillion budget bill is an indication many senators heard voters’ complaints about ...


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