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228M eggs recalled following salmonella outbreak

By The AP

WASHINGTON — An Iowa egg producer is recalling 228 million eggs after being linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said eggs from Wright County Egg in Galt, Iowa, were ...


County nixes oil and gas wastewater facility

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Mesa County commissioners this morning rejected a proposal to treat and dispose of oil and gas wastewater south of Whitewater, saying they believe evaporation ponds would have been too close to a creek that drains into the Gunnison ...


Appeals court: Mud from logging roads is pollution

By The AP

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A federal appeals court has decided that mud washing off logging roads is pollution and ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to write regulations to reduce the amount that reaches salmon streams. A ...


Colorado GOP wants immigration law like Arizona’s

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republican lawmakers say they want to introduce legislation similar to Arizona’s strict immigration law and they’re getting pointers from legislators in Phoenix. Colorado is the latest state to send a ...


Nuggets mull what to do about ‘Melo

By The AP

DENVER — Just how much longer will Carmelo Anthony play for the Denver Nuggets? He can opt out of his contract after the upcoming season and become the headliner of the 2011 free agent class or he could play out the final two years of ...


081010 debate team mojo

Debate team speaks up about fundraiser

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Fruita Monument Speech and Debate team has little time to raise enough money to fund their upcoming competitive loop, which may include regional and national competitions. The team is hosting a spirit night to kick off the new school ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — Aug. 17, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Making the most of your fishing trip This is the time of year where fishing becomes more of a leisurely activity, especially during the heat of an August afternoon. A good strategy is to throw your line in the water, grab a ...


Palisade fixing water main leak

By Amy Hamilton

Most water users in Palisade shouldn’t experience a lack of water as town workers fix a leak in a main distribution line, town public works officials said today. Town workers will be shutting off water from Palisade’s Rapid Creek ...


Maes picks Williams as running mate

By The AP

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has picked former state Rep. Tambor Williams to be his running mate. Maes introduced Williams at a press conference at his Englewood campaign office today. Williams is an attorney ...


Oregon man involved in Divide Road accident died of multiple injuries

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A man who was flung from a vehicle on Divide Road when it flipped end-to-end suffered multiple injuries and died as the result of an accident, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said. James R. Schaefer, 74, of Portland, Ore., was on his ...


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