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Police to begin enforcing ordinance to curb panhandling

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police in Colorado Springs are now enforcing an ordinance aimed at keeping people from panhandling from medians on busy streets. The Gazette reports that police said Monday that they will begin citing people who ...


Sen. Gardner holds call-in town hall

By The AP

DENVER — Sen. Cory Gardner is holding a call-in town hall rather than one in person. Protesters dogged the Republican senator all last week during congressional recess. They demanded he hold a public town hall with his Colorado ...


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Entertainment briefs: March 3–9

By Staff

Tenor wins young artist competition Tenor Christian Mark Gibbs won the recent Grand Junction Symphony Guild’s Young Artist Competition, and earned a guest artist spot performing with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra during the ...


Art Roundup: ‘Unity in Chaos’ on display at CMU Art Gallery

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Seniors graduating from Colorado Mesa University’s BFA Studio Art program will be a step closer to getting their degree with “Unity in Chaos.” As part of the Senior Seminar course, the art students are required to coordinate ...


Colorado ranked among worst for first-time homebuyers

By The AP

DENVER — An analysis from a financial services website ranks Colorado among the worst in the country for first-time homebuyers. Bankrate.com ranked Colorado 43 out of 50 states based on home prices relative to income, job prospects for ...


Southwestern Colorado ski area to close due to safety issues

By The AP

DURANGO — A southwestern Colorado ski resort will be closed until mid-March to address safety concerns found during an unannounced inspection. The Durango Herald reports that Hesperus Ski Area closed after a Feb. 20 inspection by the ...


Printed Letters: March 1, 2017

By Staff

Better pay for municipal workers should be priority I read Sunday’s article on county pay raises and Tuesday’s column by Sheila Reiner with interest. I am appalled with the county. Two things strike me in particular: No one at ...


Dodging issues and constituents

By Sean Goodbody

In the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, the proliferation of “fake news” played a prominent role in shaping voters’ views, and is undoubtedly the buzzword of the year. These days, anyone with a computer, some ...


Aligning values

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s biggest political guns are marching to the beat of the same drum, proclaiming the Centennial State is the perfect new location for the massive Outdoor Retailer Show which is leaving Salt Lake City over the extreme stance ...


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Latimer House looks for more spacious location

By Katie Langford

For 21 years, the soaring Victorian house on the corner of 10th and Main streets was a safe haven for women, men and children in Mesa County who were victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. But the Latimer House program has outgrown ...


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