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UPDATE: Some county offices close due to Charter Internet outage

By Mike Wiggins

UPDATE: Charter Communications reports that services have been restored to all areas this afternoon. The Mesa County Department of Human Services and the Mesa County Workforce Center closed at 11 a.m. today due to a widespread Charter ...

Email letters, August 19, 2015

By Staff

North Ave. name change would be costly to small business owners When is someone going to listen to us small business owners, the little guys who struggle through the ups and downs of a changing economy, changing society and changing town? We ...

Interior Department to lead review of Colorado river spill

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Interior Department will lead a review of the Colorado mine spill that tainted rivers in three western states. The review was announced late Tuesday after elected officials from both parties questioned whether the ...

Motorcyclist recovering after crash blamed on lightning

By The AP

GREELEY — A Greeley man is recovering after a rare lightning strike that knocked him unconscious as he was riding his motorcycle on Interstate 25. The Greeley Tribune reports 31-year-old Eugene Villines was on his way home from his job ...

Big freshman class moving into CU Boulder dorms

By The AP

BOULDER — New students are moving into University of Colorado dorms in Boulder, and the school is trying to minimize the impact on traffic. The Boulder Daily Camera reports freshmen are arriving on campus Wednesday and Thursday. The ...


Kids learn how the world works

By Charles Ashby

The laws of physics say an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an external force. So, it stands to reason that by putting money toward a more in-depth physics curriculum for middle school students, those students will be ...

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All-American   HAMBURGER

By Suzanne Hanzl

If you know me well, or maybe even if you don’t, you know that I am not a huge fan of hamburgers. Ham, yes. Hamburgers, no. I did not grow up eating them, and I am not even sure why. We were an all-American family who enjoyed many of ...

RTD official to change plea in bribery case

By The AP

DENVER — According to court documents, a former senior manager of the Regional Transportation District who is accused of accepting bribes intends to change his not guilty plea. The Denver Post reports that lawyers for Kenneth Hardin ...

2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding them

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught looking for food at a Colorado Springs home where a woman is suspected of feeding some of the animals. The Gazette reports that the ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 19, 2015

By Staff

Zealots use climate to control all facets of life The Daily Sentinel has seen fit to publish another letter about global warming, this time from Mark Kertzman from Cambridge, Massachusetts. I am 70 years old and lived in California for my ...

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