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People aren’t mind-readers, tell them how you feel

By Sheri Fisher

As Clyde walked in for our life coaching appointment, I turned my phone off so we wouldn’t be interrupted. “I get sick of those things,” Clyde said, motioning toward the phone. “The phone?” I ...


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Program gives caregivers chance to make much-needed trips alone

By Amy Hamilton

Janet and Bill Loring found themselves at an impasse. Janet, 80, wanted to take a trip to Southern California to receive homeopathic cleansing treatments. However, she felt she couldn’t or shouldn’t take that liberty, not wanting ...


Travel plan targets spur roads on three national forests in Colorado

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has trimmed away what it considers unnecessary roads under a finalized Gunnison Travel Management plan. The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forests and the Gunnison Field Office for the Bureau of Land ...


Death Notices, June 29, 2010

By Staff

Hildred D. Landrum, 95, Parachute, died June 26, 2010, at Mesa Vista Assisted Living in Parachute. Services are planned at a later date through Snell-McClean Funeral Home. Mrs. Landrum was a supervisor. Survivors include her son, Jim of ...


Health Briefs, June 29, 2010

By Staff

New obstetric, gynecology practice opens Dr. Lee Hardin has opened his own practice in the Primary Care Partners building in the Fairmount Health Park, 3150 N. 12th St. Hardin offers personalized and comprehensive obstetric and gynecological ...


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Month’s Best Photos for June 2010

By Staff

The best shots from Sentinel photographers for the month of June 2010.  ...


E-mail letters, June 28, 2010

By Staff

Tiered rates are not revenue boost for Xcel Rick Wagner’s column from June 25, “Income redistribution is behind new electric rates,”  contains some inaccuracies. Tiered rates is a pricing structure that is relatively ...


Grand jury sees through legal haze

By The Daily Sentinel

In the murky legal haze that has surrounded medical marijuana in Colorado for the past year, even those who tried to abide by the law could find themselves running afoul of it. Witness the case of Naturals, A Wellness Center, and the three ...


One more year?

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama has drafted Gen. David Petraeus to take command in Afghanistan and — it is hoped — to work the same sort of magic he did in Iraq. And he gave Petraeus one year to wrap it up. The problem is, few people ...


Show-Me State offers rivers, Twain, tattoos, midget wrestling

By Denny Herzog

Those of us who have the pleasure of living in Colorado — “one of the big square states,” as a friend from the East Coast calls it — can get more than a little presumptuous about where we call home, and, conversely, ...


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