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Colorado wind storm was deadly, but not particularly costly

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A wind storm that recently tore through a Colorado city was deadly, but less costly than expected. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that the January 9 wind storm caused downed trees and widespread power outages, ...

R-Line opening as planned despite fatality

By The AP

AURORA — A light rail line through Denver’s eastern suburbs is expected to open as scheduled Friday, despite a weekend fatality as the train was being tested. The Aurora Sentinel reports that Sunday’s fatality will not ...

We don’t have to choose

By The Daily Sentinel

County officials don’t want city voters to approve an events center next month if doing so threatens voter approval of a public safety measure to be decided in the fall. They didn’t say it quite so explicitly, but the message was ...

Printed Letters: February 21, 2017

By Staff

Term ‘liberal’ should not be used as insult Many people write to the Sentinel complaining of “liberal” bias or of allowing writers of “liberal” letters to the Sentinel to dominate the opinion page. Does ...


‘Inside (editorial page) baseball’ 
on Presidents Day

By Jim Spehar

To: Jay Seaton, publisher Andy Smith, editorial page editor From: Jim Spehar Date: February 20, 2017
 Today (as I write this) is Presidents Day. Just wanted to let you know the annual holiday is proving to be a source of frustration ...

Study highlights contributions made by Colo. immigrants

By Charles Ashby

Colorado has more than half a million foreign-born residents who contribute billions of dollars to the economy, according to a new study to be released today on the impact immigrants have on the state. The New American Economy, a national ...


Valley activists use hands-on approach to spread kindness

By Rachel Sauer

Leaf by hand-print leaf, the bare tree slowly blossomed in flamboyant color. A red leaf cozy near the trunk, its five fingers arrayed in sunburst bloom. Next to it, farther down a tapering branch, a blue one, then a yellow one, then a green ...


Law would add details to utility bills

By Charles Ashby

Colorado residents soon could get more details about the power they use and how much money they are paying for it under a bill the Colorado Senate is to debate later this week. The measure, SB105, would require all investor-owned utilities in ...

Montessori charter school to hold open house

By Erin McIntyre

Fruita’s first charter school is hosting an open house this weekend at the farm that will house the Grand Valley’s newest educational option for preschoolers and elementary-aged students. Monument View Montessori School will open ...

Pipeline stormwater plan questioned

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is questioning the adequacy of stormwater control measures for a Summit Midstream pipeline project being installed in connection with planned drilling in Battlement Mesa. In a Jan. 27 letter to ...

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