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Charges filed in fatal Denver hit-run collision

By The AP

DENVER — Denver prosecutors have filed charges of vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a fatal accident in the hit-and-run death of an Air Force airman. The District Attorney’s Office filed charges Tuesday against ...


Miami Beach might hire Aurora police chief

By The AP

AURORA — The police chief who led the response to the Colorado theater massacre is the sole finalist to lead the police force in Miami Beach, Fla., officials said Tuesday. Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy Morales told the Miami Herald ...


Printed Letters: April 23, 2014

By Staff

Conservatives want rule of law applied evenly This is in response to a letter printed April 15 about conservatives wanting rule of law only when it fits their purpose. Conservatives don’t want rule of law only when it fits their ...


Time for Nevada rancher to end war with feds before someone gets hurt

By Bill Grant

The most damaging aspect for the federal government from the standoff between federal agents and the mob of gun-toting protesters summoned to Bunkerville, Nev., by renegade rancher Cliven Bundy is impotence — the government’s ...


Hedging our bets 
on carbon emissions

By The Daily Sentinel

You don’t have to be an “environmentalist wacko” to have a deep regard for the only home we have — Earth. Western Colorado is home to many people who self-identify with the term “steward of the land.” ...


Outside Connection: The outdoors awaits at annual Heritage Day

By Dave Buchanan

A taste of outdoor adventure awaits you Saturday at the seventh annual Outdoor Heritage Day from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at Riverbend Park in Palisade. Colorado Parks and Wildlife partners with more than 40 local agencies, businesses and organizations ...


Shiffrin partners with Vail Valley Foundation

By Dave Buchanan

Fresh off a very successful year on snow, 2013 world champion and Sochi Olympics gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin of Eagle-Vail now has another goal: to help boost her hometown’s image in time for next year’s FIS Alpine World Ski ...


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A wealth of water

By Dave Buchanan

CRAWFORD STATE PARK — On a recent Sunday, Canada goose goslings here outnumbered anglers 3-1. Except for a few fishermen scattered along the bank and a solitary kayaker paddling a canary yellow open-water craft across the choppy water, ...


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Tie goes to ...

By Allen Gemaehlich

There is no doubt in the coaches’ minds who won the Southwestern League girls tennis championship. Central Athletic Director Randy Powell confirmed Central, Fruita Monument and Grand Junction finished in a three-way tie, but Fruita ...


Chattahoochee Valley still No. 1

By Staff

JUCO Baseball Chattahoochee Valley still No. 1 Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) Community College remained No. 1 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I baseball poll released Tuesday. The Pirates (34-8) received eight ...


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