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Adobe Creek Mixed League September 5, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - September 5, 2010 Skins - 3 Winners   Stacey B., Phil O.     Joyce C., Arnie ...


Revamped Avalon, with symphony, can be crown jewel of Main Street

By Guest Columnist

By Roger Davidson Physicist David Bohm, prot&233;g&233; of Albert Einstein, spoke of matter as frozen light and music as “pure implicate order.” The implicate order being the subtle quantum energy from which, according to Bohm, ...


Humans were problem for Discovery Channel attacker

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Well, that’s one way to reduce the surplus population. Al Gore acolyte James J. Lee managed to get himself offed by a police sharpshooter after taking over the Discovery Communications headquarters in Silver Spring, Md., on ...


There was no consensus to allow drilling in Vermillion Basin

By Guest Columnist

By Reed Morris and Wes McStay We applaud the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to protect the magnificent Vermillion Basin from energy development as part of the Little Snake Resource Area management plan. Vermillion Basin is one of ...


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Passion for beer in Montrose

By William Woody

The Horsefly Brewing Co. opened one year ago in a cramped, 1,000-square-foot building on the eastern edge of Montrose. Today the brewery is a much roomier 3,000 square feet closer to downtown. It’s been remodeled for its fans and their ...


Donations fuel write-in bid to stay in office

By Charles Ashby

The unaffiliated candidate for House District 61 has raised almost seven times more in campaign donations than the major party candidates in that race. But as a write-in candidate, incumbent Rep. Kathleen Curry can’t say for sure ...


Well-wishers buoy spirit of ailing Bishop

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Days after having his gall bladder removed at St. Mary’s Hospital, Tillie Bishop will head to Denver this week for the removal of cancerous bone tissue in his left leg, which is weak and broken from the cancer. It’s the next step ...


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Police chief: Force headed ‘out of the woods’

By Paul Shockley

John Camper’s annoyed by the camera. He doesn’t pose well. He shifts in his chair. A year into his tumultuous tenure as Grand Junction’s chief of police, Camper is about as animated as the Norman Rockwell cross-stitching ...


You Said It, Sept. 5, 2010

By Staff

Have your say: Send your comment to You Said It, The Daily Sentinel, Box 668,  Grand Junction, CO 81502 or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


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High-energy hounds fly over hurdles

By Rachel Sauer

Some of them are a force of nature, great hurtling things that bend the air around them as they move, awesome to behold. Some of them are rockets, jet-propelled streaks of motion with ears flat against their heads, mere blurs of brown and ...


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