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Man gets probation in CO poisoning case

By Dennis Webb

A Glenwood Springs man arrested a year ago for allegedly trying to kill his wife through carbon monoxide poisoning received three years of probation and a suspended two-year prison sentence from a judge this morning. Byron Gardner, 42, ...


Email Letters: February 22, 2017

By Staff

Disregard for public health by current administration is disturbing I am deeply disturbed by the blatant disregard for public health by the current administration. Our health should not be a political issue at all, let alone a partisan one. ...


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The universal 
love language

By Suzanne Hanzl

Growing up, I always knew my family loved one another. There was never any doubt. We were just not as verbal or as affectionate as some other families. However, when I met my husband, I knew instantly he was the hugging type. Despite this ...


Fort Carson soldier acknowledges killing infant girl

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Fort Carson soldier has acknowledged killing his girlfriend’s infant daughter. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports 28-year-old Branden Harms pleaded guilty Tuesday to child abuse resulting in the death of ...


Fort Carson soldiers to begin live-fire training exercises

By The AP

FORT CARSON — Fort Carson is advising the public that it’s beginning one month of training exercises, which will involve live munitions and heavy traffic at the U.S. Army installation near Colorado Springs. KKTV-TV reports that ...


A more logical TABOR

By The Daily Sentinel

During his State of the State address last month, Gov. John Hickenloopoer encouraged legislative leaders to bring “the best minds together” to address the state’s budget challenges. Rep. Dan Thurlow, R-Grand Junction, has ...


Printed Letters: February 22, 2017

By Staff

New facilities may only burden community I think the editor has outdone himself this time. The editorial “We don’t have to choose” printed Tuesday should be retitled “We can have it all!” All that has to be done ...


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4th-quarter frustration

By Dale Shrull

A rough fourth quarter doomed the Central Warriors in their first playoff game since 2010. The game came down to a game-changing run by Far Northeast in the final quarter that led to a 39-31 win in the first round of the Class 5A girls ...


Junction girls doomed by slow start in playoff loss

By Staff

Grand Junction High School couldn’t overcome a slow start in the first round of the Class 5A girls basketball playoffs Tuesday night. The Tigers (4-18) trailed 15-3 at the end of the first quarter and went on to lose to Dakota Ridge ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Feb. 21, 2017

By Staff

Far Northeast 39, Central 31 Tuesday at Central FAR NORTHEAST — Kali Copeland 4 2-2 11, Tosjanae Bonds 5 7-10 20, Jayna Jones 1 0-4 2, Khayla Wright 0 2-2, Lily Nwaneto 2 0-0 4. Totals: 12 11-17 39. CENTRAL — Sierra Batchelor 0 ...


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