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10 Things to know for Tuesday, Dec. 9

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. CIA TORTURE REPORT RAISES SECURITY CONCERNS   The White House moves to insure the safety of embassies and other U.S. interests ...


Powderhorn delays opening due to lack of snow, warm temps

By Staff

Hampered by a dearth of snowfall and warmer-than-average temperatures, Powderhorn Mountain Resort announced this morning it has scrapped plans to open Thursday. The resort said the opening date has been postponed until further notice.  ...


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Hopes rising for soda maker

By Dennis Webb

A strategy that includes shipping baking soda mined in Rio Blanco County to markets as far away as China is paying off for a company that hopes to double its production capacity for the second time in just a few years. Natural Soda Inc. is ...


Colorado charity day seeks record

By The AP

DENVER — Organizers of an annual holiday-season charity drive are hoping to set a record Tuesday. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper challenged Coloradans to set a new record for generosity on Colorado Gives Day. That’s a 24-hour ...


Colorado court to hear appeal from Death Row inmate

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Court of Appeals is set to hear an appeal Tuesday by one of three men on the state’s Death Row. Twenty-eight year-old Robert Ray is not challenging the conviction for which he was sentenced to death in 2009. ...


The ‘A-tractive’ vs. the ‘X-tractive’

By Jim Spehar

“The best thing about the Earth is if you poke holes in it, oil and gas come out.” – Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas “If we don’t allow the X-tractive to destroy the A-tractive, we can sell the A-tractive ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 9, 2014

By Staff

National public lands in states’ hands is a bad idea I appreciate the Sentinel bringing some common sense to the kooky notion of some of our leaders that we should spend time and resources tilting at windmills to force the federal ...


Give where you live

By The Daily Sentinel

A decade ago, a tsunami ravaged the rim of the Indian Ocean. It killed about 275,000 people, injured tens of thousands more and displaced 10 million people whose home were destroyed. It also triggered one of the greatest humanitarian ...


Final NCAA Division II volleyball rankings, Dec. 8, 2014

By Staff

AVCA Division II Poll As of Dec. 8 (Final) Rank (1st votes) Record Pts. Pvs. 1. Tampa (48) 34-1 1200 1 2. Southwest Minnesota St. 26-10 1146 4t 3. Minnesota-Duluth 33-2 1092 2 4. Concordia-St. Paul 27-6 1002 3 5. ...


Mesa County to continue employee clinic agreement

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County commissioners on Monday approved a $229,000 contract with Community Hospital to continue operating the county’s employee health clinic in 2015. But commissioners postponed approval of another year in an exclusive relationship ...


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