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Rural Utah school district offers $80,000 teaching salaries

By The AP

MONTEZUMA CREEK, Utah — A school district in southeastern Utah is in the middle of a test program to see if offering salaries of up to $80,000 can persuade teachers to stay at an elementary school near the Utah-Colorado border. Teacher ...


Denver marijuana stores receive later closing time

By The AP

DENVER — Marijuana stores in Denver will be able to stay open until 10 p.m. starting next Monday. The Denverite reports the Denver City Council voted 11-2 Monday to approve the later store hours. Councilwoman Kendra Black says the ...


Initial OK for Colorado electronic records bill in hearing

By The AP

DENVER — A House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado’s Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government records in ways that can be ...


Blackmon hits 2-run homer, Rockies beat Nationals 8-4

By The AP

DENVER — Charlie Blackmon called the location of the pitch his “where I hit balls far” zone. He did, too — all the way into the second deck for a big momentum swing. Blackmon lined a two-out, two-run homer in the ...


Trailblazing Colorado abortion law marks 50th anniversary

By The AP

DENVER — Tuesday marks 50 years since a groundbreaking Colorado law significantly loosened tight restrictions on legal abortions. Before the law, Colorado — like many states — allowed abortions only if a woman’s life ...


Stop the dumping

By The Daily Sentinel

The problem of dumping on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management isn’t unique to Grand Junction. Consider the following from a 2014 story by Christine Peterson of the Caspar (Wyo.) Star-Tribune: “Many towns in the ...


Printed Letters: April 25, 2017

By Staff

RISE walk generates suicide awareness I am truly humbled by the outpouring of support for the RISE Above the Silence suicide prevention and awareness walk. When my fellow RISE teachers, our RISE students, and I proposed this, we had no idea ...


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Up against ‘The Wall’

By Jim Spehar

“Now the government wants to build a barrier like ol’ Berlin, 8 feet tall, But if Uncle Sam sends the illegals home, who’s gonna build the wall.” — Tom Russell, 
“Who’s Gonna Build Your ...


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Jussel: Different strategies lie in front of Denver

By Rick Jussel

With their first selection in the 2017 NFL draft Thursday, the Denver Broncos select … Wait just a minute. The Broncos are set to draft 20th, meaning 19 ways of muddying waters. Denver GM John Elway will have several methods of going ...


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Going out on a high note?

By Dale Shrull

Ariane Horbach’s collegiate cycling career is down to just a few more days. The German woman, who came to Colorado Mesa University to race and study, is at the end of her career. And she’s had a fabulous collegiate career on the ...


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