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Body of kayaker missing at Glendo recovered

By The AP

CHEYENNE — Search and rescue crews have recovered the body of a kayaker who went missing at Glendo State Park. Gary Schoene, a spokesman for the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources, says the body of 21-year-old ...


UT county political parties skip finance reporting

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A review of campaign finance disclosure records shows many of Utah’s county political parties are failing to comply with state reporting requirements. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that records from Utah’s ...


Two men injured in morning crash on I-70

By The Daily Sentinel

Two men were injured and one vehicle ended up in the Colorado River after a two-vehicle accident this morning on Interstate 70. Just after 8 a.m., Lynn Rich, 45, from White Rock, Utah, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado truck eastbound between ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League September 12, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - September 12, 2010 4 Person Scramble 1st Steve S., Nancy S., Dennis T., Penny T.   T2nd Burke D., Sue D., Larry S., Jamie ...


Colo. inmates’ art expresses pain, hope and dreams

By The AP

DENVER — The Smithsonian Institution’s “Between Fences” traveling exhibit series, spotlighting life in small towns, evokes picket fences and garden rock walls for many. But for Calvin Ford and thousands of fellow ...


Wis. police: Street musician hit man with guitar

By The AP

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin police say a street musician apparently upset by criticism of his music bashed a man over the head with his guitar, slammed another person into a wall and wrestled with an officer before being arrested. Madison ...


Igor strengthens to Category 2 hurricane

By The AP

MIAMI — Forecasters say Igor is now a Category 2 hurricane as it swirls in the open Atlantic. Meanwhile, a tropical depression has formed off the coast of Africa, prompting officials to issue a tropical storm warning for parts of the ...


Printed letters, September 12, 2010

By Staff

Ballot measure will be a disaster for Colorado The language of proposed Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 was difficult for me to read and understand. So I decided to get educated by attending discussions and by researching online. ...


It’s time to fund public-safety facilities

By The Daily Sentinel

In the midst of the most serious economic recession in decades, the Grand Junction City Council on Monday will consider approving measures to fund two costly building projects. The council should approve both measures — one to allow the ...


News business can get burned by publicity seekers

By Bob Silbernagel

The Quran burning did not take place at a tiny church in Florida Saturday, thankfully. It was a day that should have been reserved for honoring the memory of those killed in terrorist attacks nine years ago, not insulting millions of Muslims ...


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