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Student Spotlight, Aug. 15, 2011

By Staff

5 schools win in state band competition Five of the 13 Colorado bands honored as 2010-11 Exemplary Band award winners by the Colorado Bandmasters Association are District 51 schools. The bands are from Fruita 8/9 School, Fruita Middle ...

081011 Lincoln Park Sports

Laying the foundation: Revamp hits full-tilt as stadium project pushes ahead of schedule

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The stadium project at Lincoln Park is going vertical. Since the old pressbox and stands were demolished, much of the work hasn’t been noticeable as you drive past the stadium, but don’t let that fool you. Workers with FCI ...


Week in Sports for Aug. 14-20, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Hot sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Week’s Best Photos for Aug. 14-20, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

Heavy rain possible for western Colorado

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A monsoonal weather pattern has returned to western Colorado today, and forecasters are calling for a chance of heavy rain and localized flooding. Rain has already fallen over parts of the Grand Valley, but the National Weather Service in ...

Drilling dispute near Carbondale heats up

By The AP

CARBONDALE, Colo. (AP) — A conservation group worried about gas drilling in the Thompson Divide area is picking up efforts to see a member of Congress try to slow natural gas companies from using federal leases to start ...

Police: Prison worker says he drank before crash

By The AP

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Police say a Colorado Department of Corrections employee told them he was drinking and taking painkillers hours before a car crash involving a family of three in Aurora. Aurora police spokesman Lt. Chuck DeShazer ...

New approach with homeless doesn’t replace traditional enforcement

By Guest Columnist

By John Camper The Daily Sentinel article of July 17, titled “Policing more politely,” highlighted the work of the newly formed Homeless Outreach Team. That headline and the opening paragraphs incorrectly led many readers to ...

Printed letters, August 14, 2011

By Staff

As someone who has really enjoyed skiing at Powderhorn almost every year since it first opened, I want to congratulate and say thank you to Andy Daly and his fellow investors. Powderhorn, while not perfect, is truly a treasure and we are very ...

Speed bumps for highway travelers

By The Daily Sentinel

If you drove to Denver Saturday via I-70, you may have experienced the test of a new theory for traffic management: Slow down to speed up. A similar philosophy is apparently being embraced by a few folks when it comes to highway funding. ...

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