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Chaplain: Denver-area church rejected gay memorial service

By The AP

DENVER — Family and friends of a recently deceased gay woman are upset after a Denver-area church that was about to host her memorial service refused to show a video that included images of the woman kissing her fiancee. Gary Rolando, a ...


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Valley woman killed 
in Wyoming car crash

By {screen_name}

The death this week of a young Palisade woman in a single-vehicle crash on a Wyoming highway shook members of the community who knew her. Juliann Sellers, 26, died when her truck rolled on Wyoming Highway 430 on Monday. Wyoming Highway ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 14, 2015

By Staff

Settlement a balanced solution for Roan, state As one of the many volunteers with the Grand Valley Anglers chapter of Colorado Trout Unlimited who have spent many hours working on restoration projects to benefit fish and wildlife on the Roan, ...


Blagg’s bond

By The Daily Sentinel

Accused killer Michael Blagg’s overturned murder conviction led to a precedent-setting Colorado Supreme Court ruling defining how the state’s Victim Rights Act governs bond-setting procedures for defendants who are granted a new ...


Busted Broncs

By The Daily Sentinel

Last year’s Super Bowl drubbing at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks was painful and embarrassing, but the Broncos still had plenty of reasons for optimism headed into this season. They met lofty expectations by getting a bye into the ...


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Ready to play ball

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Bats are cracking, gloves are popping, and baseballs are slamming into the batting cage net. The Colorado Mesa University baseball team began knocking off the rust and practicing for the 2015 season this week. And for the first time in ...


Jussel: Reading between the lines of Elway’s press conference

By Rick Jussel

John Elway had some explaining to do Tuesday after Monday’s “mutual parting of ways” with head coach John Fox. The Denver Broncos executive vice president and general manager tried to be candid, as always. There is, however, ...


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Improving ‘Dogs

By Tim Harty

The improvement shows every day in the practice room, and Palisade’s wrestlers are starting to see it in the results of their meets. One week ago, coach Tanner Ridgway said his team wrestled the best it had all year at the Jackpot ...


Brown sisters’ big fourth quarter propels Palisade to win over Rifle

By Dale Shrull

RIFLE — The blue and gold of Rifle was making a comeback when the Browns took over. Palisade’s three Brown sisters — Ashlyn, Casey and Christa — combined for 28 points Tuesday night to lead the Bulldogs to a 46-33 ...


Rifle boys rally past Palisade

By Staff

Boys Basketball Rifle rallies past Palisade in fourth RIFLE — Trailing for most of the first three quarters Tuesday night, Rifle came alive with a spirited rally to pick up a 46-39 Class 4A Western Slope League win over ...


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