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Felon gets 60 years for drug cases

By Paul Shockley

About a year ago, Kimberly Lee’s daughter left home with Raymond Cordova over objections from family. Kelly Myers’ father didn’t want her to go, Lee told a judge. Lee said Cordova later pledged he would help search for ...

Frontier Airlines reducing flights from Bozeman to Denver

By The AP

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Frontier Airlines is cutting its year-round flight service from Bozeman to Denver next year. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that Frontier will instead only offer seasonal, direct flights with no connections between ...

Beefcakes the dog makes quick recovery after shooting

By The AP

LONGMONT — A pit bull that was shot in the face in July is reported to have made a complete turnaround after undergoing multiple surgeries to repair his shattered jaw. The Times-Call reports that Longmont Humane Society staffer John ...

Estes Park mulling limits on vacation rentals

By The AP

ESTES PARK — Estes Park is looking at new rules for short-term vacation rentals. The town near Rocky Mountain National Park currently allows short-term rentals, as long as occupancy is capped at eight people. The Coloradoan reports ...

Printed Letters: Dec. 10, 2015

By Staff

Why energy companies will skip BLM forum When it comes to BLM retroactively canceling or altering 65 natural gas leases in Western Colorado, the area’s energy companies, like the Mesa County commissioners, will not be attending ...

Pot needs a bank

By The Daily Sentinel

The “test kitchen” that is Colorado’s commercial cannabis industry keeps delivering the same half-baked results. Becaus e of federal banking laws, pot businesses can’t deposit their money in banks. Without the ability ...

U.S. Forest Service 
seeking 15 stewards
 for area woodlands

By Staff

The Grand Mesa Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forests are seeking 15 applicants for 15 slots on the forests’ resource advisory council. The council for the forests, which are administered from a single headquarters in Delta, has been ...

Grocers argue for beer, wine sale rights

By Charles Ashby

Colorado could see a tremendous increase in jobs and economic activity if beer and wine are allowed to be sold in grocery stores, according to the folks who want beer and wine sold in grocery stores. The group pushing for the change, either ...


Woman arrested in camper arson

By Amy Hamilton

A 40-year-old woman was arrested Sunday in connection with a trailer camper fire the day before, when deputies were alerted to a threatening text message the woman allegedly sent a family member of the camper’s owner. The message ...

County sees fewer homes in foreclosure

By Gary Harmon

Foreclosures in Mesa County are falling. Mesa County Public Trustee Michael Moran reported Wednesday that those foreclosures are expected to fall below 500 this year, down from 539 in 2014. It’s looking as though the final for 2015 ...

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