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Play about Columbine shooting to open in New York

By The AP

NEW YORK — A play about the Columbine High School massacre written from the perspective of the two teen shooters will make its world premiere in New York next month, penned by a playwright who was 9 at the time of the killings and calls ...

Colorado man cited in North Dakota bridge crash

By The AP

CASSELTON, N.D. — A Colorado man was cited for a permit violation after steel tanks on a semitrailer he was driving crashed into a bridge on Interstate 94 in southeastern North Dakota. The Highway Patrol says 50-year-old Robert Bettini, ...

10 Things to know for Tuesday, Oct. 7

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. U.S. HEALTH PROVIDERS EXPAND EBOLA PRECAUTIONS   Some hospitals even send actors with mock symptoms into emergency rooms to test how ...


Pot plan gets green light

By Charles Ashby

PALISADE — By a unanimous vote, the Palisade Planning Commission approved a plan Monday night to allow the town’s only medical marijuana center to locate a growing operation off site. But that plan is far from complete. Even if ...

Hickenlooper says voters ‘reckless’ in pot vote

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says state voters were “reckless” when they legalized recreational marijuana two years ago. The governor was asked about legalization during a debate Monday against his Republican ...

Man pleads guilty in fatal hit-and-run crash

By The AP

DENVER — A man has acknowledged leaving the scene of an accident that killed a 23-year-old Buckley Air Force Base airman. The Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Monday that 32-year-old William Pettapiece pleaded guilty ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 7, 2014

By Staff

Support protectors of Second Amendment During this campaign season there have been many letters in support of various candidates. The reasons given for voting for particular candidates have been numerous and often meaningful. However, I ...

Reiner for county clerk

By The Daily Sentinel

Endorsing Sheila Reiner for Mesa County clerk and recorder was one of the easier decisions for The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board this election season. Reiner, who ran unopposed in 2010, was elected president of the Colorado County ...

Stapleton for treasurer

By The Daily Sentinel

Walker Stapleton’s concern (some would call it an “obsession”) with the long-term health of the pension fund for retired state workers has seemingly turned the race for state treasurer into a single-issue referendum. Which ...

How not to choose candidates as Election Day nears

By Jim Spehar

It’s been challenging this week, stumbling through preparing what started out to be a column on local political races after attending a candidate forum sponsored by the Young Professionals Network. While genuinely intending to listen ...

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