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R-rated musical comedy ‘Avenue Q’ takes CMU stage

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although puppets are the stars of “Avenue Q,” the first show of Colorado Mesa University’s Main State Theatre Arts Season is far from a children’s performance. “Avenue Q” is an edgy, R-rated musical comedy ...


Galleries celebrate life at First Friday art event

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Two downtown art galleries will celebrate life and lost loved ones during the First Friday Art events today. The joint effort between Oakley Gallery and Colorado Canyons Gallery, both in the 600 block of Main Street, is themed ...

Christie in Colorado campaigning for Beauprez

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Chris Christie is back in Colorado to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez. Christie and Beauprez will be visiting a charter school in Littleton outside Denver on Friday morning. The New Jersey ...

Controversial Colorado history plan still alive

By The AP

GOLDEN — A suburban Denver school board refused to back off a proposed review of the Advanced Placement U.S. history course on Thursday despite waves of protest from dozens of students, parents and residents who accused the board’s ...

Who’s guilty of revisionist history 
in Jeffco? Not the school board

By Josh Penry

Truth is some days stranger than fiction, but for many liberal activists and the journalists who carry their water, that doesn’t change the fact that fiction is a better ally when defending an important piece of the left’s ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 3, 2014

By Staff

Misguided humor promotes stagnant, one-party system Sometimes a misguided attempt at humor reveals an ugly reality. Such was the case when Reford Theobold, at the recent Lions Club debate for sheriff’s candidates, posed his three items ...

Fail fast, fail often

By The Daily Sentinel

If digital is the future of media, then newspapers have a significant learning curve ahead of them — one that will be accelerated by the Silicon Valley mantra “Fail fast, fail often.” At least that’s Rem Rieder’s ...


 drilling plan drawing flak

By Dennis Webb

The company that bought the oil and gas leases for the Battlement Mesa residential development wants to start drilling within the community, reigniting a debate that started in 2009 with a proposal by the previous leaseholder. Some residents ...


Libertarian candidate plans promotional ‘canna-balls’

By Charles Ashby

An Aspen man who is running for Senate District 5 wants to remind voters there that the Republican and Democrat in the race aren’t the only candidates whose names will appear on the ballot in November. Edward Lee Mulcahy’s name is ...


Advocate: Reiner can list name only once on ballot

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner is running for a second four-year term, so it’s obvious that the woman who runs elections in the county would have her name on the fall ballot. But to one longtime election-integrity ...

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