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Indian Point Mountain Biking Adventure in Western Colorado

By Special to the Sentinel

Indian Point Mountain Biking Adventure in Western Colorado from Vitality Films on Vimeo. This video shows the initial starting point for the proposed Palisade Plunge, a trail that would run from the top of the Grand Mesa to Palisade.  ...


Truck driver guilty of vehicular homicide in Colorado crash

By The AP

EAGLE — A driver who tested positive for alcohol and prescription medications after slamming his cement truck into a minivan has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide. According to a Denver Post report Tuesday, Sergio Ordonez-Morales, ...


Colorado Senate votes to loosen rules for poultry farmers

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s local-food movement won a significant victory in the state Senate Tuesday, when lawmakers unanimously agreed to make it easier for small-time chicken farmers to sell directly to consumers. The bill approved ...


Endangered western lowland gorilla born at Denver Zoo

By The AP

DENVER — A critically endangered western lowland gorilla at the Denver Zoo has given birth to a baby girl. The zoo said Tuesday the infant named Whimsie Adepa (WIM’-zee ah-DEEP’-ah) was born Feb. 25. Visitors can see her at ...


Email letters, March 8, 2016

By Staff

It’s selfish and inconsiderate to needlessly take advantage of service dog policy Today, I went to Wal-Mart and almost immediately saw two women with their dogs. It was presumptuous of me to assume they weren’t service dogs, I ...


Stretch of I-70 in western Colorado shut for repairs Tuesday

By The AP

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Colorado transportation department says a 17-mile stretch of Interstate 70 between Glenwood Springs and Dotsero will be closed Tuesday as it continues repairs following a rock slide last month. It took a week for ...


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Gateway enigma: Residents know little about accused kidnapper, rapist

By Erin McIntyre

GATEWAY — Last month, everyone got together for the All Hearts Banquet. It’s hosted by the congregation of the little Wayside Chapel, the white church on the side of the road as you come into town, with cows grazing in the field ...


Colorado GOP gun bills rejected after survivor testimony

By The AP

DENVER — A Republican-led attempt to expand gun rights and ease controls adopted by Colorado after mass shootings in 2012 failed Monday following the testimony of survivors of gun violence and activists. It was the second consecutive ...


Denver plans to start clearing out homeless camps

By The AP

DENVER — Denver plans to start clearing out homeless camps that have developed around shelters as early as Tuesday morning. The city says the camps scattered on sidewalks near homeless shelters near Coors Field pose a health hazard. ...


Colorado rancher to be jailed for spraying pesticides

By The AP

DENVER — An 81-year-old Colorado rancher is set to go to jail for violating a court order by spraying pesticides that drifted onto his neighbor’s property. The Denver Post reports that James Hopper says he plans to go to jail ...


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