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Printed Letters: June 14, 2017

By Staff

Comey is a man of integrity and honesty Director Comey is a man of integrity, and in his testimony under oath before the Senate Intelligence Committee, he shows his sincerity. White House statements about Director Comey’s firing because ...


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Colorado should honor 
Paris Accord principles

By Bill Grant

President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Accords on climate change is an abdication of any claim by the United States to leadership on clean energy and environmental protection. As the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC) ...


Coffman to the rescue

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s hard to imagine Gov. John Hickenlooper equivocating on the direction of an important case regarding oil and gas regulation in the state if recent deadly explosions near Firestone and Mead hadn’t scrambled conventional thinking ...


Sports Briefs, June 13, 2017

By Staff

Prep baseball Paonia P Kayden Seriani makes Denver Post All-Colorado team The postseason accolades keep coming for Paonia junior Kayden Seriani. The right-handed pitcher and all-around baseball player was the only Western Slope player ...


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Vets shouldn’t be told ‘no’

By Gary Harmon

If he had the tools at his command when his stepfather was ill that he has now, his stepfather would likely still be alive, said Michael T. Kilmer, the new director of the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center. His stepfather, a U.S. ...


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Lieutenant governor: Cattlemen should be proud

By Charles Ashby

Colorado’s farmers and ranchers may be going through some difficult times at the moment, but they should be proud of how much the agricultural industry means to the state’s economy. That according to Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, who came ...


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Man may face handful of felonies

By Gabrielle Porter

A Clifton man accused of stealing money from his ex-girlfriend’s PayPal account, then raping her when she came to reclaim it, was arraigned Monday on multiple potential felony charges. Richard Zachary Lamont, 25, was arrested Friday, ...


Rangely wildfire near 18,000 acres after day of wind

By Amy Hamilton

Wind gusts on Tuesday continued to spread the Dead Dog Fire in northwest Colorado, which as of Tuesday evening was burning on nearly 18,000 acres. More than 200 firefighters fought the fire burning in sagebrush, pinyon juniper and cheatgrass ...


Woman dies after crash on Highway 50

By Staff

Woman dies after crash on Highway 50 One woman died in a single vehicle rollover crash on U.S. Highway 50 between Delta and Olathe on Tuesday morning, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Two women were transported to a hospital with ...


Opinion time: Which Rockies players deserve to be on the All-Star team?

By Staff

Dale Shrull Sentinel sports editor The Colorado Rockies have never had more than three players make the All-Star Game, and it’s been done six times. But this year’s Rockies, currently with the second-best record in MLB, ...


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