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Depth helps Glenwood sweep pair of swimming duals with Fruita, Aspen

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sierra Grove wasn’t too sure about swimming the 500-yard freestyle, but she agreed to it without question. Although the Glenwood Springs High School senior has swam the event numerous times with her club team, she has never competed in ...


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Web sites play part in recruiting of local athletes

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tyler Palmer has a Web page on Rivals.com and Scout.com. He has his senior highlights on YouTube.com. It’s all a part of getting the colleges he’s interested in to notice his abilities. “Sometimes you get hidden on the ...


OUT: Sunday Column December 14, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

By the time this morning you pad out in your bunny slippers to read this, I’ll be somewhere on the Colorado River between 30 Road and Fruita with several other well-chilled bird watchers. Today is the annual Christmas Bird Count ...


LS: Your Town Column December 14, 2008

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I’ve had a hankering for waffles the past few weeks, and although the convenience of the pop-in-the-toaster variety is fine, it’s just not the same as golden brown waffles fresh from the ol’ fashioned waffle iron. Our very ...


Transportation planners have big list of goals

By Staff

Colorado’s transportation planners are going one step beyond simply hoping Congress and President-elect Barack Obama work out a plan next year to send billions of dollars to infrastructure projects around the country. Russ George, ...


Briefs: Local Traffic December 14, 2008

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: •  Phase three of the Ranchmen’s Ditch Flood Control Project will continue with installation of three 78 foot storm pipes in the open ditch. ...


Alex Taylor Column December 14, 2008

By Staff

Boy, if 2009 isn’t as completely weird as 2008, I’m going to have withdrawal. Every month brings more and more changes and I’ve begun to wonder if I can even remember what the world used to be like. Some of the biggest ...


Diane Schwenke Column December 14, 2008

By Guest Columnist

You cannot read a newspaper, listen to the radio or turn on the television these days without hearing about layoffs, foreclosures and the evaporation of retirement accounts.  All of that economic uncertainty has caused consumers to close ...


Real school reform needed immediately

By The Daily Sentinel

Word from Washington is that Denver Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bennet is being considered by Barack Obama’s transition team as a possible nominee for secretary of education. Bennet wouldn’t be a bad pick. Under his ...


County plans boost to recycling programs

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Mesa County plans to expand recycling services next year, as administrators try to reduce the amount of waste tossed into the landfill. For the first time, county officials will recycle electronics, cardboard and scrap metal at the Hazardous ...


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