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Denver starts work on allowing pot in public, a first in US

By The AP

DENVER — Denver is starting work Wednesday on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries. Voters narrowly approved the “social ...


States argue in court for more say over endangered species

By The AP

DENVER — A battle over how to save endangered wolves in the Southwest moves to a federal appeals court Wednesday as judges hear arguments on whether states can block the federal government from reintroducing wildlife within their ...


Army plans Dakota Access oil pipeline environmental study

By The AP

BISMARCK, N.D. — The Army says it’s planning to study the potential environmental impact of routing the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline under the Missouri River in North Dakota, although a judge could stall the study. The Army ...


Pests offer lessons

By The Daily Sentinel

This phylloxera infestation is a major bummer. The bottom line is that this microscopic insect will eventually kill every grapevine in the Grand Valley that isn’t planted with a grafted rootstock. As the Sentinel’s Erin McIntyre ...


Printed Letters: January 18, 2017

By Staff

Country must focus on family, education, work If our country is to flourish in the years to come, we will need to refocus our collective energies on what made this country great: accountability in our families, the educational system and our ...


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‘Make America Great Again’: The 1956 Republican vision

By Staff

I woke last Thursday morning to find that in the middle of the previous night (at 1:30 a.m.), the U.S. Senate had voted to strip essential elements from the Affordable Care Act, including protections with regard to pre-existing conditions, a ...


Opinion time: What do you think the outlook is for the Broncos in 2017?

By Staff

Rick Jussel Sentinel sports columnist Vance Joseph is in the house that was once divided.  Everything will be hunky dory, right? Not. Not until the offensive line is fixed — something that will not be done with the simple wave ...


Wells unhappy with poor first half in Wildcats’ win

By Matt Meyer

Despite a 60-38 victory for the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team over Central on Tuesday night, Wildcats coach Michael Wells wasn’t thrilled with the result. Central (8-7, 0-1 Southwestern League) seized a 6-2 lead on ...


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Big-shot Blair

By Matt Meyer

Kyle Blair spent Tuesday night working for every inch of space he could find. The scoring leader of the Central High School boys basketball team was dogged by multiple Fruita Monument defenders throughout the night, including Cade Richardson ...


Sports Briefs, Jan. 17, 2017

By Staff

Nordic Skiing CMU hosting meet on Jan. 28-29 Colorado Mesa will host a home Nordic ski meet on Jan. 28-29 at Skyway on Grand Mesa. Residents are also welcome to participate in the event. On Saturday, residents are invited to join the ...


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