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Colorado panel OK’s gun safety training for school workers

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado bill to allow some public school employees, including teachers, to carry handguns at work after getting safety training passed a Republican-led Senate committee on a party-line vote but faces tough prospects in the ...

Email Letters: January 24, 2017

By Staff

Civic necessities must be met before we provide for civic luxuries I cannot understand our city council wanting to saddle us taxpayers with yet another perpetual drain on our money: their events center. If it’s such an almighty need, ...

Greeley school failed to report sexual contact allegations

By The AP

GREELEY — An investigation has found that a Greeley charter school fired a teacher accused of having sexual contact with a student but did not report the contact to law enforcement. An investigation by the Tribune found that officials ...

Broncos hire Toub’s assistant to coach special teams

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph filled the last major vacancy on his coaching staff Monday by hiring Brock Olivo as his special teams coordinator. Olivo, 40, spent the last three seasons as special teams assistant to Dave ...

Colorado inmate sentenced for death threats against Obama

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado inmate charged with writing letters threatening to kill former President Barack Obama by blowing up the White House and to shoot a federal judge has been given a nearly four-year prison sentence. The Denver Post ...

Cab driver praises John Elway, then learns he’s driving him

By The AP

WASHINGTON — A cab driver in Washington got a surprise after mentioning to a group of passengers that John Elway was his all7/8-time favorite quarterback and then learning that Elway was riding in the backseat. The encounter happened ...

Investing in CMU pays big dividends

By The Daily Sentinel

Every other year, Colorado Mesa University attempts to quantify how much of an impact it has on the community and the region. While the numbers are impressive in any given year, the exercise is especially useful because it charts the ...

Printed Letters: January 24, 2017

By Staff

Vote against the 
confirmation of DeVos I urge Sens. Bennet and Gardner to vote against Trump’s nomination for Secretary of Education. Betsy DeVos is profoundly unqualified and has an agenda that is downright dangerous to the ...


A winning platform for candidates

By Jim Spehar

“Why sometimes I believe in as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” — The White Queen in Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking Glass.” Let the campaigns begin. With yesterday the deadline for ...


Albertsons checking out of valley

By Erin McIntyre

Albertsons grocery stores will no longer have a presence in the Grand Valley after one store closes and the other is transformed into a Safeway, officials confirmed Monday. Corporate officials said they will close the Albertsons store at 1830 ...

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