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Deputy’s family issues statement, memorial fund established to support family

By Staff

The family of Deputy Derek Geer issued a statement through the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office this afternoon, as he remains on life support at St. Mary’s Hospital. Geer was shot multiple times Monday morning in pursuit of a ...


Email letters, February 9, 2016

By Staff

American public are the losers in our unregulated drug market After reading about “bad boy” pharmaceutical CEO Shkreli taking the Fifth before Congress on drug pricing, it is apparent that there are some winners and a lot of ...


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Sheriff: Wounded deputy in ‘final hours of life’

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer is in “final hours of his life,” on life support and awaiting arrangements for organ donation, Sheriff Matt Lewis told staff last night in an email. “I am told this could take up ...


WPX selling Piceance operation for $910 million

By Dennis Webb

WPX Energy is cashing in on its sprawling Piceance Basin natural gas operation for $910 million. The Tulsa-based company said today it has sold its Piceance subsidiary, WPX Energy Rocky Mountain, LLC , to Terra Energy Partners LLC. The deal ...


Suspects in fatal Boulder shooting say victim was abusive

By The AP

BOULDER — A suspect in a fatal shooting at a mobile home park in Boulder says he shot the victim to protect a pregnant woman, who is also facing charges in the incident. The Daily Camera reports that 51-year-old Cody Nelson was arrested ...


Party like it’s 1999: Denver to celebrate another Super Bowl

By The AP

DENVER — Denver’s getting ready to party like it’s 1999. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood a downtown park and a 1.5-mile-long parade route Tuesday to celebrate the Denver Broncos’ first Super Bowl ...


Remembering Josephine Dickey

By Jim Spehar

I was honored and grateful to have been asked to help remember Josephine Dickey at the celebration of her life last Saturday. Others, including family members, spoke movingly and sometimes humorously of her as a mother and grandmother and of ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 9, 2016

By Staff

We are in a ‘warp zone’ with corrupt local groups I believe we are in a “warp zone.” With all due respect to “Star Trek,” my dictionary defines warped as 1: Being perverted or corrupted. 2: Being morally ...


It’s too easy to amend the state Constitution

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado is currently one of 18 states where citizens can bypass the legislature and place proposed constitutional amendments directly on the ballot. That’s an important right because it gives citizens direct access to the lawmaking ...


Health and Wellness Brief, Feb. 9, 2016

By Staff

St. Mary’s to host surgery presentations If you are considering weight loss surgery, attend a free education session presented by the staff of St. Mary’s Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Center. St. Mary’s offers all ...


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