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Pakistani plane crashes after takeoff with 48 people aboard

By The AP

ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan — A plane belonging to Pakistan’s national carrier crashed and burst into flames on Wednesday with 48 people on board, killing all of them, the airline chairman and police said. According to senior police ...


Email Letters: December 7, 2016

By Staff

Colorado should consider establishing public lands use commission OK, one more time. Public lands belong to all the people and are currently managed by our federal agencies like BLM and Forest Service. There has been significant talk over the ...


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It’s tradition: Memories abound when it comes to holiday food

By Dixie Burmeister

Holiday food traditions come from many sources, parents, other family members, friends, old cookbooks from churches or clubs, the back of food packages and, of course, dear Betty Crocker and The Daily Sentinel. I found my date bar recipe on ...


Man gets 48 years for fatal shooting outside Pueblo bar

By The AP

PUEBLO — A man who pleaded guilty to a fatal shooting outside a downtown Pueblo bar has been sentenced to 48 years in prison. The Pueblo Chieftain reports 26-year-old Timothy Trujillo was sentenced Tuesday for the Feb. 28 death of ...


Friends remember Rashaan Salaam as more than a football star

By The AP

Friends, ex-teammates and former coaches remembered 1994 Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam as much more than a football star upon hearing of his death in a park not far from the University of Colorado, where he stamped his name as one of ...


Frantic rescue underway in Indonesia as quake kills scores

By The AP

MEUREUDU, Indonesia — A strong earthquake rocked Indonesia’s Aceh province early Wednesday, killing nearly 100 people and sparking a frantic rescue effort in the rubble of dozens of collapsed and damaged buildings. Maj. Gen. ...


Elephant in the stream

By The Daily Sentinel

If the state water plan was supposed to usher in a new era of cooperation among the state’s numerous stakeholders, it hasn’t lived up to the expectation. Squabbling between the Front Range and the Western Slope, civil though it ...


Printed Letters: December 7, 2016

By Staff

Pramenko’s column 
replete with half truths As I read Dr. Michael Pramenko’s commentary on Obamacare I had a “deja vu” feeling of being back in grade school when Billy, having been caught in some wrongdoing, says ...


Live and let live

By Claudette Konola

The Southern Poverty Law Center issued a report in April titled, “The Trump Effect: The Impact of the Presidential Campaign on Our Nation’s Schools.” For those unfamiliar with the group, they were founded by a couple of ...


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Deputy Geer’s organs live on

By Amy Hamilton

When Kate and Derek were walking out of the courthouse after getting their marriage license, Derek Geer brought up the idea of organ donation. He told Kate how important he thought it was. That you wouldn’t need your organs after you ...


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