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Federal officials reject quiet zone for Fort Collins trains

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Federal regulators have denied a request from officials in Fort Collins to set up a quiet zone downtown to stop trains from blaring their horns, saying it’s a safety issue. The Federal Railroad Administration told ...


Pope: Don’t let sadness win in these fearful times

By The AP

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis called on humanity today not to let sadness prevail because of the many forms of violence afflicting the world. Francis cited no specific violent event in his homily in a Rome basilica, St. John in Lateran. ...


Search for shooters’ hard drive concludes in California lake

By The AP

LOS ANGELES — An underwater search for a computer hard drive and anything else linked to the husband-and-wife shooters who killed 14 in the California attacks has concluded. FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said specialized divers with ...


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Area sodium bicarbonate project helps meet global demand for product ‘made in the USA’

By Dennis Webb

A   product that originates 2,000 feet underground in rural Rio Blanco County has gained a foothold around the world, so much so that the company producing it is looking to expand yet again. Natural Soda began exporting its sodium ...


Colorado’s congressional delegation must help protect children’s health

By Guest Columnist

By Tyler Svitak Congress is almost out of time to pass spending bills to fund the federal government. Another federal government shutdown would harm people across America, including here in Colorado. Members of Congress should be helping to ...


The Bible controversy at CMU: Freedom requires respect

By Guest Columnist

By Tim Foster President, Colorado Mesa University Freedom requires respect — respect for each other and respect for our Constitution. Our freedom to worship, or not, as we choose is one of our most cherished liberties. That singular ...


Don’t tinker with America’s ‘best idea’ — national parks

By Guest Columnist

By Maureen Finnerty Should Congress wreck the Antiquities Act, one of the most effective conservation laws ever passed? More than 1,100 members of the Coalition to Protect America’s National Parks (CPANP) — all former employees ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 13, 2015

By Staff

How do you distinguish a good guy from a bad guy in a mass shooting? Alan Metcalfe’s recent letter “Armed citizens are the only deterrent to mass shootings” caused me to pause and consider. Picture yourself at the unfolding ...


Delaney Clements: A beacon of hope in a dark world

By The Daily Sentinel

Taylor Swift meet Delaney Clements. With all the chaos in the world — ISIS beheadings, terror attacks, gridlock in Congress, mass shootings on a weekly basis, politicians cynically exploiting people’s fears for political gain and ...


Girls prep basketball boxscores, Dec. 12, 2015

By Staff

Loveland 48, Central 35 Wildcat Invitational Saturday at Fruita Monument Loveland 9 9 8 22 — 48 Central 7 7 14 7 — 35 Loveland — Tatum Rembao 24, Alex Koschel 13, Morgan Driscoll 4, Shelby Buehler 4, Kenzie Overmiller 2, ...


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