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Lines West: April 18

By Staff

        Dream Dare to push your dreams forward Run and don’t ever stop Everywhere you go is magical Amazing dreams push you forward Move to a whole new world — Kamerin Johnson (grade 6) All ...


Watch it! Binge-watching TV is a pleasure worth the guilt

By Melinda Mawdsley

It’s possible, particularly this time of year, to have this exchange with friends or co-workers. Go-Getter No. 1: “What did you do this weekend?” Go-Getter No. 2: “Ohmygosh! We drove to Moab to hike to Delicate Arch. ...

Colorado adds 3,300 jobs from February to March

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado labor department says the state had 3,300 more non-farm jobs in March than in the previous month, for a total of more than 2.4 million. The March employment report also says unemployment rose slightly, from 6.1 ...

Revenge porn penalties considered in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is trying to stop so-called “revenge porn.” The proposal is a second attempt this year to address this new concern brought on by technological advances. A bill before the state Legislature would make it a ...

Colorado advances edible marijuana restrictions

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado proposal to widen a ban on certain types of edible marijuana advanced Thursday in the state House amid concerns that it could be too broad. What lawmakers are trying to prevent is accidental ingestion by children who ...

Royal Gorge park to offer tours amid fire repairs

By The AP

CANON CITY — Royal Gorge Bridge & Park will offer guided tours on weekends and holidays this summer as it rebuilds from last summer’s fire. The Canon City Daily Record reported Thursday ( ) the $23 ...

Student Success Act needs 
full transparency provision

By The Daily Sentinel

After voters in last fall’s election rejected a hike in the state’s income tax to fund public schools, the Legislature faced a stiff challenge: how to make up for cuts totaling nearly $1 billion during the recession and also pay ...

Water is for fighting, not dithering; 
guv’s call to action on water is welcome

By Josh Penry

It won’t be long now until Mother Nature does her thing, turning the page on what has been a particularly long, especially cold and wonderfully wet winter in most of Colorado. As April winds down and temperatures rise, that winter ...

Printed Letters: April 18, 2014

By Staff

Laws preserving freedom ironically used to limit it It is becoming increasingly difficult to wave off the aggressive efforts of the American Civil Liberties Union regarding the Fellowship Church activity center, panhandling in the city, Ten ...


Mavs’ Dunnington makes most of chance to start

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks saw an opportunity to find another spot starter, so he gave another pitcher a shot. Tyler Dunnington made his first collegiate pitching start Thursday night and picked up his first victory with the ...

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