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You Saw It, Sept. 1

By Staff

Couple accused of public-assistance fraud

By Dennis Webb

Two Carbondale-area residents were arrested last week for allegedly fraudulently obtaining $28,579 in public assistance benefits. The arrests come after the arrest of an Eagle woman earlier this month for the same alleged crime. Eagle ...


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Tour the B-29 SuperFortress

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Learn more about the B-29 SuperFortress “FiFi” on display at WestStar Aviation.  ...


Greeley man dies after hitting standing water on I-76

By The AP

STERLING — Heavy rain likely contributed to the death of a Greeley man driving on Interstate 76 near Sterling. The Colorado State Patrol says 37-year-old Shawn Wilbanks encountered heavy rain and standing water as he was pulling a ...


ACLU wants 304 Colorado communities to drop panhandling bans

By The AP

DENVER — The American Civil Liberties Union wants 34 Colorado cities and towns to get rid of ordinances that bar panhandling. The ACLU sent letters to the communities across the state on Wednesday asking them to scrap the laws and not ...


Email Letters: August 31, 2016

By Staff

Vote for the service record, not the narcissist On Tuesday, The Sentinel published a letter from Dan Bledsoe about the presidential candidates with the headline “Americans deserve better than Clinton.” If we deserve better, could ...


Wine Openers: Governor’s Cup features some great wine, but there is room

By Staff

Having the opportunity to sit in judgment of Colorado wines, or wines from any region or country, for that matter, is a privilege no one takes lightly. At least, no one with whom I’ve sat on any judging panel. My most-recent judging ...


Provo woman gives birth after not knowing she was pregnant

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Provo woman who didn’t know she was pregnant until the day she gave birth is preparing to go home with a healthy baby girl. KSL-TV reports that Brooke and Calvin Williams welcomed the birth of their child Sunday ...


CU business dean accused of gender discrimination to resign

By The AP

BOULDER — The dean of University of Colorado’s business school is resigning from his position amid allegations of gender discrimination. The Daily Camera reports David Ikenberry said in a resignation letter Monday he thinks the ...


Missing US speed flyer’s body found in Switzerland

By The AP

GENEVA — Authorities in Switzerland say they have found the remains of an American extreme sports enthusiast who went missing in the Alps five months ago. Bern cantonal (state) police said Wednesday the 28-year-old’s body was ...


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