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FAA orders helicopter inspections after fatal Colorado crash

By The AP

DENVER — The FAA is ordering the inspection of about 300 Enstrom helicopters nationwide after investigators found that a crack in one may have caused a crash that killed two people in Colorado. In an emergency directive issued Thursday, ...

Email letters, February 13, 2015

By Staff

Oil and gas companies and employees strive to be good citizens in their communities In regard to oil and gas activity proposed in the North Fork Valley and recently voiced opinions: Concerning air and water quality, Colorado has stringent ...


Project lays groundwork for industrial development

By Emily Shockley

Local economic development boosters hope impending changes at the intersection of F 1/2 Road and the Interstate 70-Business Loop will lure business prospects to Clifton. Mesa County has budgeted $750,000 to install acceleration and ...

BLM puts off plans to sell some oil, gas leases in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is pulling back most oil and gas leases up for sale in culturally rich areas of southeastern Utah. The agency is deferring leasing decisions on 36 of 53 parcels on the auction block ...

Sheriff’s deputies find 600 pot plants at home near Pueblo

By The AP

PUEBLO — A 45-year-old man is facing drug charges after sheriff’s deputies say they found more than 600 marijuana plants at his home near Pueblo. The Pueblo Chieftain reports Mario Gonsalves was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of ...

Enrollment deadline looms for health insurance

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is two-thirds toward its goal for health insurance enrollments this year. But the state is warning that folks who don’t have coverage by Sunday face a steep fine. The federal health care law mandates that adults ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 13, 2015

By Staff

Thanks to those who defeated Senate Bill 33 The defeat of Senate Bill 33 has received much attention in the media. This legislation would have directed the TABOR refund due Colorado taxpayers to the kindergarten through 12th grade education ...

Did Ray Scott commit apostasy against rural Colorado? Hardly

By Josh Penry

State Sen. Ray Scott got the all-in, full-frontal, spare-no-expense, take-that-and-that-and-that woodshed treatment by the Daily Sentinel editorial board last week, all for casting a vote to kill a bill authored by a Vail Democrat that would ...

Missing the obvious

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who took the opportunity Wednesday to comment publicly on a plan to drill up to 146 natural gas wells in the North Fork Valley were unanimously opposed to the idea. As the Sentinel’s Dennis Webb chronicled in a story on ...


Oh, so close

By Tim Harty

Paco Retana spent most of the second period fighting off a tilt attempt, knowing Colorado Mesa needed a win from him to put the wrestling dual in the hands of the heavyweights. Successful in denying his opponent any back points, the ...

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