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Veterans Affairs whistleblower resigns, citing retaliation

By The AP

DENVER — A Department of Veterans Affairs employee who told Congress the agency was using unauthorized wait lists for mental health care in Colorado has resigned, saying he was subjected to retaliation for speaking out. Brian Smothers ...


End of an era

By The Daily Sentinel

When a Main Street fixture like Page-Parsons Jewelers decides it’s time to close up shop, it’s hard not to fixate on the implications. Clearly the local economy isn’t conducive for sales of non-essential goods and services. ...


Printed Letters: November 17, 2016

By Staff

Higher royalties results in local revenues The Bureau of Land Management oversees the production of oil and natural gas on federal lands. These lands and the minerals they contain are owned by all Americans. A portion of the money generated ...


Progressive tantrum rages on

By Rick Wagner

I originally hoped that by this week the progressive tantrum over the results of the last election would have calmed down, but no, the destruction of other people’s property and the waste of perfectly good CS gas canisters on people who ...


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More carries for Brown sparks Delta’s offense

By Dale Shrull

DELTA —  It was an ugly, demoralizing loss for the Delta Panthers. The defending Class 2A Champions came to town and drilled the Panthers in convincing fashion. Delta coach Ben Johnson needed to find a solution or the ...


Colorado Premier selects Hayden for boys program

By Matt Meyer

The footprint of the Colorado Premier basketball club continues to grow on the Western Slope. The club announced the hiring of Central boys basketball coach Ryan Hayden as the Colorado Premier Western Slope boys program director and will ...


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Palisade looking to break quarterfinal curse

By Dale Shrull

Quarterfinals is a dirty word for the Palisade Bulldogs. For the past three years, the Bulldogs have lost in the quarterfinals in the Class 3A playoffs. Come Saturday, Palisade 
(10-1), the third seed, will look to bust through that ...


College volleyball rankings, November 17, 2016

By Staff

NCAA Regional Rankings SCHOOL IN-REGION DII ATLANTIC 1. Wheeling Jesuit 32-0 35-2 2. Gannon 26-3 27-3 3. Edinboro 23-3 23-7 4. Pittsburgh-Johnstown 21-5 22-8 5. Shippensburg 26-6 26-6 6. California (Pennsylvania) 21-7 21-8 7. Fairmont ...


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Cooler, wetter seasonal weather arrives today in western Colorado

By Mike Wiggins

The days of wondering, “How much longer we will have this great weather?” — the ones where you’ve been hiking with the dog in short sleeves, gazing in wonderment at the still-bare Grand Mesa — are at an end, at ...


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Man accused of killing pregnant girlfriend

By Gabrielle Porter

The 28-year-old man who investigators believe shot and killed his pregnant wife while trying to flee a gunman outside the couple’s car while firing repeatedly at him has been charged with criminally negligent homicide in her ...


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