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Books: Democrats’ rise to power started 18 years ago

By Charles Ashby

The story tells of a struggle to obtain power, a behind-the-scenes effort by Colorado Democrats to win every seat they could. And it unfolded before our very eyes. “The Blueprint,” which hit bookstores last week, tells the story ...

E-mail letters, May 3, 2010

By Staff

There is a proposed bill threatening our access to dietary supplements. Please wake up, people. The government can’t get anything right. The FDA allows MSG — a poison in our foods that has resulted in increased dementia among our ...

Trial set in Four Corners artifact looting case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — An October trial has been scheduled for a group of Blanding residents accused in the black market trade of ancient American Indian artifacts taken from federal or tribal lands. The five defendants are accused of being ...

Terrorism attempt in Times Square

By The Daily Sentinel

There is much yet to be determined about the truck bomb that failed to explode in Times Square Saturday night. But the near miss — like the attempt to explode an airliner bound for Detroit on Christmas Day — is a potent reminder ...

Printed letters, May 4, 2010

By Staff

As Gary Harmon pointed out in his April 25 column, the debate goes on regarding a Grand Junction public-safety center. It’s time to consider an alternative to our fragmented local governments and service providers. Why not combine the ...

Lenders get bigger payday in latest legislative version

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re pleased that a bill aimed at reining in the worst excesses of payday lenders won approval in the Colorado Senate last week. Unfortunately, the version of the bill adopted in a narrow vote by the Senate Friday has been watered down ...

Springtime in New York is a wonderful time, even for a run

By Denny Herzog

The last Sunday in April in New York City dawned cold, and very rainy. A good day to do the Big Apple museums, or find a quiet spot and catch up on reading. Maybe a movie.  It was anything but conducive to running in Central Park. Yet ...

Littleton Republican is Penry’s replacement as minority chief

By The AP

DENVER — Republicans have elected Sen. Mike Kopp of Littleton to be their new minority party chairman. Kopp was chosen today to replace Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry, who is stepping down at the end of the legislative session next ...

Lack of a snowpack: Low water levels could harm multiple fisheries

By Dave Buchanan

It’s May 2, and water managers, irrigators and anglers are waiting anxiously for the May snowpack report from the Natural Resources Conservation Service. So, far it hasn’t been a lot of good news when it comes to snowpack and ...

050310 Zach Gardner FMHS

Student of the Week: Zach Gardner, FMHS senior

By Staff

Name: Zachary Gardner School: Fruita Monument High School GPA: 3.75 After-school activities: National Honor Society, 4-H Club, longboarding, swimming, listening to music, playing piano, friends, reading. Favorite book: Any one of the ...

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