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Colorado Day marks state’s 138th anniversary

By The AP

DENVER — Friday is Colorado Day, marking the 138th anniversary of the Centennial State. The History Colorado museum in Denver is offering free admission both Friday and Saturday to mark the occasion. Colorado Proud, which promotes ...

Colorado panel considers new look for edible pot

By The AP

GOLDEN — Edible marijuana comes with all kinds of warning labels in Colorado. But once those pot brownies and gummy bears are out of the package, they can look identical to straight-laced treats. A panel of marijuana producers and ...

One man dies in Redlands rollover

By Staff

One man is dead after a rollover crash that occurred late Wednesday night on Redlands Parkway near Greenbelt Drive. The Mesa County Coroner’s Office identified the deceased man Thursday as 20-year-old Michael Ray Petersen of Grand ...

Sen. King should resign, Ethics Watch group says

By Paul Shockley

State Sen. Steve King should resign in the face of criminal charges alleging theft of public dollars and falsification of records, a Colorado government watchdog group said Thursday. While his term is scheduled to expire in January, King is ...

King should resign

By The Daily Sentinel

Steve King has one final opportunity to do the right thing. Now that he’s facing felony charges for embezzlement, he should resign his state Senate seat. Yes, the legislative session has ended and King is not seeking re-election. But as ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 1, 2014

By Staff

Closing coal plants will hit us in the pocketbook Again, the federal government uses the Environmental Protection Agency as a weapon against workers and private citizens. The Obama administration is hell-bent on closing coalmines, despite what ...

The phony ‘war on women’ 
has an expired shelf-life

By Josh Penry

In the final throes of the epic gun-control recalls in Colorado Springs and Pueblo last year, the liberal groups defending the two targeted Democratic senators made a peculiar, if familiar, move.  Rather than defend the gun control laws ...

Colorado Mesa adds 20 athletes to swim teams

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa beefed up its men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams with the addition of 20 recruits for the 2014-15 season. Head coach Ron Allen added 11 women and nine men to the program. The 20 swimmers come from as far ...


Freeland chills Chukars

By Matt Meyer

Call it the lanky lefty lockdown. The Grand Junction Rockies put Kyle Freeland on the mound Thursday night — listed at 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds — against Idaho Falls ace Eric Skoaglund, who is 6-foot-7 and 200 pounds. Both are ...

Sports Briefs, July 31, 2014

By Staff

College Basketball Regis men’s coach Lonnie Porter will make 38th season his last Longtime Regis University men’s basketball coach Lonnie Porter will retire after the 2014-15 season, the university announced. The upcoming ...

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