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10 Things to know for Thursday, Oct. 9

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. US ADDS EXTRA LEVEL OF AIRPORT SCREENING FOR EBOLA   About 150 travelers a day will have their temperatures checked using no-touch ...


Recreation group seeking better access to outdoor fun

By Rachel Sauer

Before Spencer Robbiano came home from overnight summer camp exclaiming that he’d gone kayaking, his mom, Kelly Doyle, wouldn’t have thought it was possible. But yep, both Spencer and his twin brother, Lucas, had gone kayaking on a ...

New at the pot shop: Milder marijuana for novices

By The AP

DENVER — Recreational marijuana sellers are reaching out to novice cannabis users with a raft of edible products that impart a milder buzz and make it easy for inexperienced customers to find a dose they won’t regret taking. In ...

NFL teams are cranking up the jams

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — To get ready to face Richard Sherman and Seattle’s ear-piercing 12th man, the Denver Broncos turned to Lil Wayne, Jerimih, Ozzy Ozbourne and Pharrell Williams. Like many other teams, the Broncos have dialed down the ...

Lewis for sheriff

By The Daily Sentinel

Matt Lewis should be the next sheriff of Mesa County. Unfortunately, this relatively simple deduction, based on experience and job readiness, will be lost on those who take issue with the manner in which he appeared on the ballot. Or those ...

If your opponent is beating himself, let him

By Rick Wagner

Gov. John Hickenlooper is at it again — making off-the-cuff statements that are not helpful for his re-election and encourage perceptions of weak leadership. If you don’t know, during a debate on Monday with GOP challenger Bob ...

Neguse for secretary of state

By The Daily Sentinel

Wayne Williams says his experience running elections makes him better qualified to be Colorado’s secretary of state. We disagree. As El Paso County clerk, he’s run elections. He’s also served for eight years as county ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 9, 2014

By Staff

Predators, not ranchers, cause scarcity of deer I have read Joe Sheetz’s letter several times trying to understand his thinking. However, all I can come up with is that he has a dislike of ranchers/farmers (mostly one and the ...


Residents leery of hazardous traffic

By Gary Harmon

Rosevale neighborhood residents told National Park Service officials that they don’t want hazardous materials traveling their streets to reach Glade Park instead of along Monument Road and Rim Rock Drive, as suggested by the ...

Two workers hurt
 at Encana site 
near DeBeque

By Staff

An Encana well site near De Beque was the location of an accident Wednesday afternoon that caused injuries to two workers who required medical transport from the scene. A spokesman with the company said that two contractors working at the ...

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