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Man accused of planting note on plane warning of bomb

By The AP

DENVER — An airline passenger has been arrested on charges of planting a note on a plane en route from San Diego to Denver that falsely claimed a bomb was on board. Authorities said Wednesday that 20-year-old Cameron E. Korth of West ...


George HW Bush in ICU, wife also hospitalized

By The AP

HOUSTON — The Latest on the hospitalization of former President George H.W. Bush (all times local): 2:55 p.m. George H.W. Bush’s spokesman says doctors are happy with how a procedure went to help clear the former ...


Email Letters: January 18, 2017

By Staff

Hatred toward our legitimately elected president is disgraceful I am not, by nature, a vindictive person. But if I were President-elect Trump I would make some lists and taking names. The pure hate and vitriol from Congressional Democrats is ...


Colorado’s proposed Olympic museum receives funding boost

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A proposed museum dedicated to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movements has received a fundraising boost from a Colorado Springs tourism marketing organization. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that the Colorado ...


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Excavator tears tamarisk out of ground by its roots

By Gary Harmon

First it was beetles, now tamarisk have reason to fear Stan Young and his big, yellow excavator. Young, a rancher from Mack, is working this winter on the north bank of the Colorado River downstream from the Loma boat launch, using an ...


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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