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Email letters, July 9, 2014

By Staff

Lawmakers were right to leave monument be
 The angry backlash from this newspaper to the decision by Rep. Scott Tipton and Sen. Mark Udall to preserve the Colorado National Monument in its current status seems disproportionate to its ...

070914 tracks run

Mascot race

By Special to the Sentinel

See the surprise ending during the mascot race after the Wrong Side of the Tracks run. (Video Special to the Sentinel/Katlin Lubeley)  ...

Trial in Colorado theater shootings delayed again

By The AP

DENVER — The trial in the Colorado theater shootings was delayed again Wednesday because the second sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes will take more time than expected. The trial had been scheduled to start with jury selection ...

Long sentence given to Clifton man for tax refund scheme

By Staff

A Clifton man who pleaded guilty in a complex tax refund fraud scheme that involved the false filing of returns using the names of people doing time in an Arizona prison was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison Tuesday, the U.S. ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, July 9

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. OBAMA HEADS TO TEXAS, BUT NOT TO THE BORDER   A day after asking Congress for $3.7 billion to help deal with the tens of thousands ...

Forest Service bans shooting near Front Range city of Monument

By The AP

MONUMENT — The U.S. Forest Service has banned recreational shooting on a strip of land between Monument and Woodland Park. The Gazette reports that the supervisor of the Pike and San Isabel national forests, Erin Connelly, signed the ...

Pilot buys pizzas for passengers grounded by storm

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Faced with potentially hungry — and grumpy — passengers, a Frontier Airlines pilot treated them to pizza when storms diverted a Denver-bound flight to Cheyenne, where the plane was stuck for a couple of ...

Colorado’s gay marriage fight echoes drama in 1975

By The AP

BOULDER — Nearly 40 years ago, a newly elected, miniskirt-wearing feminist in Colorado stumbled into history when a gay couple denied a marriage license sought her help instead. While the college town of Boulder has a liberal reputation ...

Printed Letters: July 9, 2014

By Staff

Fourth of July parade sullied by King attack We attended the Fourth of July parade on Main and thought it was great. So many veterans honored and people applauding them for what they had done. What disturbed us were the people at the very ...

Udall defends women’s rights

By Bill Grant

Kudos to Sen. Mark Udall for his forthright response to the latest Supreme Court assault on the Constitution and women’s rights. In a Denver Post editorial, Udall laid out the Democratic case against the Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby Stores ...

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