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Email Letters: August 31, 2016

By Staff

Vote for the service record, not the narcissist On Tuesday, The Sentinel published a letter from Dan Bledsoe about the presidential candidates with the headline “Americans deserve better than Clinton.” If we deserve better, could ...

Wine Openers: Governor’s Cup features some great wine, but there is room

By Staff

Having the opportunity to sit in judgment of Colorado wines, or wines from any region or country, for that matter, is a privilege no one takes lightly. At least, no one with whom I’ve sat on any judging panel. My most-recent judging ...

Provo woman gives birth after not knowing she was pregnant

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Provo woman who didn’t know she was pregnant until the day she gave birth is preparing to go home with a healthy baby girl. KSL-TV reports that Brooke and Calvin Williams welcomed the birth of their child Sunday ...

CU business dean accused of gender discrimination to resign

By The AP

BOULDER — The dean of University of Colorado’s business school is resigning from his position amid allegations of gender discrimination. The Daily Camera reports David Ikenberry said in a resignation letter Monday he thinks the ...

Missing US speed flyer’s body found in Switzerland

By The AP

GENEVA — Authorities in Switzerland say they have found the remains of an American extreme sports enthusiast who went missing in the Alps five months ago. Bern cantonal (state) police said Wednesday the 28-year-old’s body was ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 31, 2016

By Staff

Column about Clinton foundation not factual Charles Krauthammer’s editorial in the Aug. 28 Sentinel cannot go unchallenged. The issue of Clinton Foundation donations while Clinton was secretary of state will continue to be controversial ...

Don’t frack Colorado communities

By Bill Grant

It is time for Colorado voters to decide for themselves whether communities should have the right to control drilling and fracking within their boundaries. Ballot Initiative 75, which would give local governments authority to limit or ban ...

Another hard lesson

By The Daily Sentinel

The emergence of a foreign trade zone as an important economic development tool tracks along an all-too-familiar learning curve for this community. It’s only through lost opportunities that value for certain things seem to register. Had ...


Tackling a transient dilemma

By Mike Wiggins

The signs of the Grand Valley’s burgeoning problem with chronic homelessness and vagrancy are everywhere. They’re found in the dozens of people who, with dogs and backpacks in tow, take over Whitman Park daily, transforming what ...

Return to the track brings back Madson’s smile

By Dale Shrull

Smiles had been elusive for Jamie Madson and it’s huge when she flashes it. It’s been a tough year for the 20-year-old after spine fusion surgery. But nothing brings back smiles faster than going fast. A quarter mile of speed is ...

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