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Taco Bell Western Slope Open Results, Wednesday, July 21

By Staff

Taco Bell Western Slope Open Tuesday JUNIORS Mixed 12 Doubles Round Robin McKenna Brooks and Andy Vernier def. Charlie Madison and Mary Grace Prinster 6-1, 6-2; Brody Cupp and Melissa Lamette def. Tayvia Voytilla and James Kistner 6-3, ...


Jack and Julianna

By Patrick Bahr

After 52 years of tennis at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open, ‘firsts’ are hard to come by. But that’s not to say it never occurs. This year is the first time the singles 10-and-under age division has combined the boys and ...

Montrose rolls with “Prospect Thunder”

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An international aircraft-manufacturing company has selected Montrose for its U.S. headquarters and production center and will announce the decision on Friday, officials said. The successful culmination of “Prospect Thunder,” as ...

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Over the Top: Oliver Stone and oil

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob questions Oliver Stone’s idea to nationalize oil resources in America.  ...

County quantifies effects of Vermillion Basin plan

By The AP

CRAIG — Moffat County commissioners say millions of dollars in potential tax revenue will be lost if Vermillion Basin is off-limits to energy development. They say in a public letter that county taxing districts could lose out on up to ...

Tancredo may be considering run for governor

By Charles Ashby

The Rothenberg Political Report is reporting on its website today that former Republican congressman and one-time presidential candidate Tom Tancredo may be considering running for Colorado governor as an independent. He told the website ...

Senate candidate Buck’s ‘high heels’ remark goes viral

By The AP

DENVER —Ken Buck’s joke about Jane Norton was caught on tape and is getting attention online. Buck is running against former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton for the Republican nomination. Asked at a conservative gathering last weekend why ...

Red flags on the energy front

By The Daily Sentinel

The news this week that China topped the United States last year as the No. 1 global consumer of energy is a point on the arc of history that will have far-reaching policy and economic implications for this country and the world. The United ...

Printed letters, July 22, 2010

By Staff

Scott a true conservative to represent District 54 The Daily Sentinel would have you believe there is no difference between Ray Scott and Bob Hislop. This, like the Sentinel editorial endorsing Hislop, could not be further from the ...

American politics is suffering from impression of imaginary leadership

By Rick Wagner

“When trouble arises and things look bad, there is always one individual who perceives a solution and is willing to take command. Very often, that individual is crazy.” — Dave Barry, “25 things I have learned in 50 ...

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