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Blotter, Sept. 30, 2016

By Staff

ATV thief sought in Delta Delta police hope someone can provide information about a Polaris ATV and ATV trailer stolen Monday. The alleged theft happened in the 1300 block of E. Seventh St. The ATV is described as an orange 2009 Polaris ...

Train crashes into New Jersey station; more than 100 injured

By The AP

HOBOKEN, N.J. — A commuter train from New York barreled into a New Jersey rail station without stopping and crashed during the Thursday morning rush hour, injuring more than 100 people, some of them critically, authorities ...

Fired Denver jail chief sues city over allegations of retaliation

By The AP

DENVER — A former Denver Sheriff Department chief who was fired last year is suing the city over allegations of retaliation. The Denver Post reports that Frank Gale’s suit filed Wednesday names safety department Executive Director ...

Man found guilty of 2007 sex assault in Durango

By The AP

DURANGO — A man has been convicted of sexually assaulting a Durango woman who died after the abuse nearly a decade ago. The Durango Herald reports that a jury found 43-year-old Harold Nakai guilty of sexual assault Wednesday. It was his ...

Sisters found dead in villa on African island

By The AP

MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota man says his family has been given little information on how his two sisters died while vacationing on a tropical African island. The bodies of 37-year-old Annie Korkki and 42-year-old Robin Korkki were found ...

Local businesses should seize this opportunity

By The Daily Sentinel

The idea isn’t new, but establishing apprenticeships as the foundation for economic growth and better educational outcomes finally has some serious clout behind it. Earlier this month, Gov. John Hickenlooper announced a new $11 million ...

Printed Letters: September 29, 2016

By Staff

Trump a businessman, not a politician After what we’ve had in the last eight years, I don’t understand why more than half of Americans would be fearful of Trump. Trump is not a polished politician; he is a businessman. After ...

Trump stands to win Colorado

By Rick Wagner

The first debate of the century is behind us and the national media is once again able to enjoy its favorite pastime, analyzing what each other thinks and describing to people who already saw the event, what it looked like. I watched and ...

Opinion Time: With the baseball season winding down, who will win the MVP and Cy Young awards in the

By Staff

Chris Magninie Sentinel sports copy editor/designer AL MVP: Mike Trout may be the best player in baseball, but Mookie Betts is the most valuable player for the Red Sox. Betts is hitting .319 with 31 home runs, 110 RBI, 119 runs and 26 ...

Two Cents, Sept. 28, 2016

By Dale Shrull

Tebowmania again No other athlete — I mean no other — creates more intrigue and drama than Tim Tebow. Whatever he does, the media storm that rages around him is as fierce as any. Fans and non-fans alike salivate over Tim Tebow ...

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