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10 Things to know for Thursday, May 29

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. OBAMA TO HIGHLIGHT CONCERNS OVER YOUTH SPORT CONCUSSIONS   The president is hosting a summit with league representatives, parents ...

Octoberfest without beer? Maybe in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — What’s an Octoberfest without beer? Utah residents may soon find out. The Utah liquor commission put Snowbird Ski Resort officials on notice this week that it might not grant the permit for its Oktoberfest ...

Rescuers save hiker stuck on Rocky Mountain peak

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (AP) — A 19-year-old Canadian hiker who was stuck on a ledge of the tallest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado has been rescued. Park officials said Samuel Frappier of Quebec was ...

Attorneys in Holmes case to discuss jury selection

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case are returning to court to discuss the logistics of jury selection. A hearing on Thursday will focus on how prospective jurors should be interviewed and what they should be ...

Colorado needs a felony DUI law

By Rick Wagner

At the close of another state legislative year, we’re usually just hoping lawmakers didn’t do too much harm. This session, however, was marked by one situation where they didn’t do enough good. I’m talking about the ...

District 51 pay plan is on the right track

By The Daily Sentinel

District 51’s new teacher pay model, while still in a conceptual phase, reflects a high level of trust between the administration and the local teachers union. Last week the union, Mesa Valley Education Association, ratified a new labor ...

Printed Letters: May 29, 2014

By Staff

We need more providers of mental health services Thank you, Daily Sentinel, for the recent excellent articles about the difficulty that people on Medicaid have receiving treatment. Another difficulty that people on Medicaid face accessing care ...


Good ‘gravy’

By Matt Meyer

In Spartanburg Methodist College’s 10-2, seven-inning win over Blinn College (Texas) on Wednesday afternoon, the South Carolina school gave Pioneers coach Tim Wallace a whole lot of “gravy.” That’s how Wallace ...

Palisade hires Baskin to be boys hoops coach

By Staff

Palisade High School decided to go with a familiar face for its new boys basketball coach. The school announced the hiring of Jeremiah Baskin as its new coach Wednesday, and he will be a science teacher at Palisade as well. Baskin is no ...

JUCO Notebook: Drone camera makes appearance

By Staff

Drone camera makes appearance In the 15th game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series fans were presented an unfamiliar sight that could have been easily missed without a glance up to the sky. A white drone flew only feet above the ...

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