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Colorado to receive $280K from data breach settlement

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado will receive nearly $280,000 from a multimillion-dollar settlement reached between retailer Target and 47 states and the District of Columbia. The $18.5 million settlement addresses allegations from a data breach in ...


Music Scene: Three Bad Jacks and other area shows set for May 26–June 1

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Card games aside, Los Angeles-based Three Bad Jacks knows how to draw a full house. The Los Angeles-based, three-man band is on tour and will play at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 1, at Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive. Whether the band is dealing a ...

Colorado man accused of castrating transgender woman charged

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado man accused of using an Army surgical kit to castrate a transgender woman at her Denver apartment has been charged. James Pennington was charged Tuesday with second-degree assault and unauthorized practice of ...

Email Letters: May 24, 2017

By Staff

Don’t take away local shareholder voice re: public lands Open letter to Interior Secretary Zinke: I read in The Daily Sentinel that you decided to put a hold on the Resource Advisory Councils that serve to provide local input into BLM ...

Bear rips off car bumper to get to doughnuts

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The allure of doughnuts was far too much for one Steamboat Springs resident. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports Todd and Kim Robertson awoke early Monday to a black bear trying to break into their doughnut ...

UK deploys 1,000 soldiers to protect key sites after bombing

By The AP

MANCHESTER, England — British security forces arrested three more suspects Wednesday in connection with the Manchester concert bombing and sent hundreds of soldiers to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and ...

Things aren’t adding up at Interior headquarters

By The Daily Sentinel

Returning power to the people has been a recurring theme of the Trump administration since the president delivered his inaugural address back in January. When Congress rolled back the Bureau of Land Management’s new resource management ...

Printed Letters: May 24, 2017

By Staff

Columnist incorrect about permit denial Greg Walcher’s recent column condemns the National Park Service for not issuing a research permit to Andrew Snelling. He attempts to convince us that the NPS denied the permit because of ...


A wall for (certain) immigrants 
in a nation of immigrants

By Sean Goodbody

Building a big, “beautiful” wall across thousands of miles of river and desert might be the dumbest mainstream political idea in a generation, and won’t solve the problems its supporters think exist. On April 4, 1980, GOP ...


Officials ask 
feds: Leave 
Ancients park alone

By Gary Harmon

Two Colorado Republicans want President Donald Trump to leave the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in southwest Colorado alone as the administration examines other monuments. Canyons of the Ancients is an example of what the 1906 ...

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