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Email letters, August 4, 2015

By Staff

COGCC should consider all opinions, especially those held by majority Last fall I was invited, as a Silt area rancher and mother, to testify in front of the Governor’s oil and gas task force hearings in Rifle. I was proud and honored ...

Hwy. 340 open again after crash near Fruita

By Staff

UPDATED: 12:40 p.m. Southbound traffic lanes are open again after a two-vehicle crash on Colorado Highway 340 and the Interstate 70 overpass, according to the Fruita Police Department. Traffic between the highway and Aspen Avenue was closed ...

Cold day in July? Not a paradox in GJ

By Robert Garcia


Mountain bike racer killed in Crested Butte crash

By The AP

MOUNT CRESTED BUTTE — The mountain biking community is recovering after an Edwards man was killed during a race in Crested Butte. Summit Daily News reports that 40-year-old Will Olson died Saturday during the Crested Butte stop in the ...

Pueblo West man dies hiking in San Isabel National Forest

By The AP

PUEBLO — Pueblo County Search and Rescue crews have recovered the body of an 18-year-old hiker who fell from a cliff in the San Isabel National Forest. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that Austin Schindler, of Pueblo West, was hiking ...

Our cup may no longer runneth over

By Jim Spehar

“Never try to walk across a river just because it has an average depth of four feet.” ­— Martin Friedman That’s the problem with planning, including the draft Colorado Water Plan recently released after ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 4, 2105

By Staff

Changing North Ave. name could be costly The organizer of changing North Avenue to College Avenue says that he has polled all businesses on North Avenue for their input. This is not true, however. I own a property management business with a ...

Leave Negro Bill alone

By The Daily Sentinel

Negro Bill Canyon has already gone through one name change. Before the 1960s, the name included a racial slur. It’s been sanitized, but not to the satisfaction of some who find it racially insensitive, if not downright offensive. It was ...

The guv’s mission

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. John Hickenlooper hasn’t given up on finding a way to slash through what he calls the state’s “fiscal thicket.” Unable to convince lawmakers to overhaul TABOR accounting during the last legislative session, the ...

RMAC preseason football poll, All-RMAC teams

By Staff

Preseason RMAC Poll As voted by conference coaches Team (1st votes) Pts 1. CSU-Pueblo (9) 81 2. Colorado Mines (1) 72 3. Chadron State 62 4. Colorado Mesa 56 5. Wetern State 47 6. Adams State 41 7. Western New Mexico 29 8. Fort ...

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