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Suspect in kidnapping asks to withdraw guilty plea

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A man who pleaded guilty to trying to kidnap an 8-year-old girl from her bedroom in suburban Denver wants to withdraw his plea, saying his lawyers lied to him. John Snorsky, 27, was expected to be sentenced to 30 years in ...

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The Fruitcake Trials

By Rachel Sauer

Are fruitcakes indestructible? We put some to the test.  ...

Email letters, November 26, 2014

By Staff

Rifle American Legion to dedicate new Veteran’s Memorial The Rifle American Legion Kelley Hansen Post #78 is in the process of doing another new Veteran’s Memorial. This will be our third one. It is to be placed south of the other ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, Nov. 26

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. SECURITY REINFORCEMENTS CONTAIN CHAOS IN FERGUSON   The deployment of hundreds of additional National Guardsmen prevented a second ...

Officer involved in fatal shooting in Pueblo

By The AP

PUEBLO — Authorities are investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting in Pueblo. KRDO-TV reports officers who were investigating an assault that happened earlier in the day spotted a person of interest in that case at about 6:30 p.m. ...

Hickenlooper, Hancock serve Thanksgiving lunch

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock will be serving a Thanksgiving lunch to homeless and low-income people. Hickenlooper and Hancock will be helping 50 volunteers at the Denver Rescue Mission ...

County’s latest action sends wrong message

By The Daily Sentinel

Outside the major population centers of the Front Range, Mesa County has more residents than any county in Colorado. This is no rural backwater. Mesa County has big potential and civic leaders are constantly trying to leverage its size, ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 26, 2014

By Staff

Health insurance shouldn’t be left to the private sector It’s tiresome to continue to listen to those who say the government can’t get anything right and that everything, including health insurance, should be left to the ...

Is Cory Gardner’s move to the center on immigration sincere?

By Bill Grant

When Sen.-elect Cory Gardner heads for Washington in January, his move to the center on immigration will be put to the test. Prior to his run for the Senate, Gardner had a long record of anti-immigrant votes in the House stretching back to his ...


A return trip

By Dale Shrull

Austin Shepherd looked lost, his eyes empty with bewilderment. It was a tough day, but Rifle’s future could be seen on this disappointing day. That balmy day was back on Dec. 1, 2012. Last Saturday, Shepherd was smiling, posing for ...

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