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EPA aims to boost visibility at parks by cutting coal smog

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday decided to require two Utah coal-fired power plants to cut haze-forming nitrogen oxide emissions by nearly 10,000 tons a year to reduce air pollution in regional national parks and wilderness ...


Email letters, June 1, 2016

By Staff

Veterans and armed forces fought and are fighting for our freedoms It seems to me that our veterans and armed forces fought and are fighting for our freedoms: freedom to marry the persons we love, freedom to be who we are, freedom to ...


Road Trip: Make plans for June 16-22

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ DeVotchka with the Colorado Symphony featuring Ozomatli — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, June 16. ■ Blue October — Ogden Theatre, Denver, June 17. ■ Gordon ...


CU issue no-camping reminder ahead Dead & Company shows

By The AP

BOULDER — The University of Colorado has issued a no-camping reminder ahead of July 2 and 3 shows at its Folsom Field by a band featuring Grateful Dead alums. The Daily Camera adds that camping is banned in Boulder’s parks. At the ...


Sister: Woman OK’d erotic photo shoot

By Gabrielle Porter

The first day of trial for a Grand Junction woman accused of human trafficking included testimony from the alleged victim’s now-15-year-old sister, who told a Mesa County district judge that defendant Rebecca Franklin said it would ...


Denver Post names 1st woman editor in 124-year history

By The AP

DENVER — Lee Ann Colacioppo has been named editor of The Denver Post, becoming the first woman to hold the position in the newspaper’s nearly 124-year history. The Post reports Colacioppo has worked in several roles during her ...


Road to Mount Evans’ summit set to open Wednesday

By The AP

DENVER — State transportation officials say the highway leading to the summit of Mount Evans is set to open after more than a month of clearing snow. The Denver Post reports the road opened to Summit Lake on Friday and will be open all ...


Wear orange on June 2

By Claudette Konola

On Sunday, in the middle of Memorial Day Weekend, there was a shooting in Houston. Ironically, it happened on Memorial Drive. Little is known of the dead shooter, a veteran, or his motive. Another shooter was the proverbial good guy with a gun ...


A welcome backlash

By The Daily Sentinel

There appears to be a school of thought that if a newspaper publishes a racist meme at the heart of a news story, it somehow sanctions the racist message. We disagree. The suggestion that we were irresponsible for printing an Internet meme ...


Printed Letters: June 1, 2016

By Staff

Mental-health crisis needs more than SB 169 offers There is a missing piece in the current Senate Bill 169 on Governor Hickenlooper’s desk: psychiatric care. Being placed in a hospital or a jail in the middle of a mental health crisis ...


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