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You never know what you’ll see at Suplizio

By Jon Mitchell

There’s no such thing as a normal tournament at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Granted, it would be pretty strange if six decades went by without something weird, abnormal or crazy happening during the NJCAA’s ...

Nominees like idea of gas export via Oregon

By Dennis Webb

Two nominees to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday voiced general support for liquefied natural gas exports while also promising to listen to all sides when it comes to considering any specific project. Neil ...

Snow closes Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — A recent snowstorm has put a damper on Trail Ridge Road being open for Memorial Day weekend. The Reporter-Herald reported Thursday that last week’s snowstorm has filled Trail Ridge, the stretch of ...

3 workers injured in oil tank fire in northern Colorado

By The AP

LONGMONT — Authorities say three workers were injured in an oil tank fire in northern Colorado. Roger Rademacher, chief of the Mountain View Fire Battalion, tells The Longmont Times-Call one worker was seriously ...

Baby-sitter arrested after unattended child drowns

By The AP

PUEBLO — A woman has been arrested after allegedly leaving an 11-month-old girl unattended in a bathtub and then finding the child facedown in water. The Pueblo Chieftain reports Amanda Miller was arrested on a warrant Tuesday for child ...

Printed Letters: May 26, 2017

By Staff

No one should be above law in politics The Sentinel’s Friday editorial “Let’s trust the process of independent query” approving the Department of Justice appointing Robert Mueller “special counsel” to lead ...


Strange bedfellows in Aspen

By Greg Walcher

The headline in a recent Free Range Report reads, “Water battle pits City of Aspen against feds, enviros.” Nobody familiar with Colorado politics could help smiling at the sarcastic irony in that headline. Aspen fighting ...


Four Colorado Mesa softball players earn
All-America honors

By Jon Mitchell

If Ben Garcia was happy about the All-American recognition his Colorado Mesa softball University team received last year, he was four times happier this season. Mesa’s Brooke Hodgson was an All-American selection by two organizations, ...


JUCO players relish chance to teach skills at kids clinic

By Matt Meyer

Dan Jaffe, an assistant coach for the College of Southern Nevada baseball team, welcomed each group of youngsters to his pitching station roughly the same way. “How many of you know who Bryce Harper is?” Jaffe asked Thursday as ...

Palisade baseball coach Howard resigns

By Staff

After four successful seasons, Palisade High School baseball coach Aaron Howard announced his resignation on Thursday. Howard was 60-22 with the Bulldogs and led the team to two Class 4A Western Slope League championships. Palisade qualified ...

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