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Water unleashed at Crystal Dam

By Gary Harmon

Water has been unleashed at Crystal Dam due to strong run-off in the high country.  ...


Swollen Poudre River claims 3 in less than 2 weeks

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A woman killed Wednesday while rafting the Poudre River was the third death on the swollen river in less than two weeks. The river has been inundated by recent rains and spring runoff, The Coloradoan reported ...


Storm damage assessed in eastern Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service has sent a team to Lincoln County to assess damage from a powerful storm that moved through eastern Colorado late Wednesday, downing power lines, trees and destroying a barn in the Lincoln County ...


Deer crashes down dramatically on E-470

By The AP

AURORA — A new stretch of fencing designed to reduce deer accidents on E-470 in Denver’s eastern suburbs is making a stark difference. Deer crashes dropped more than half from 2012 to 2013, after the installation of 8-foot high ...


Teens accused of killings called ‘stupid, selfish’

By The AP

DENVER — A couple described by one of their relatives as “young, stupid and selfish” have been accused of killing the man’s grandparents so he could get his inheritance: an inexpensive house and $20,000, according to ...


NWS issues tornado warnings in eastern Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A powerful storm that moved through eastern Colorado downed powerlines, trees and destroyed a barn in the Lincoln County town of Hugo, authorities said. Lincoln County Sheriff’s Capt. Clint Tweden said it isn’t ...


From this corner, Steve King 
is the best candidate for sheriff

By Rick Wagner

Generally, I don’t take a public position on candidates during primary season. I find people often are more personally invested in candidates during primaries and can allow hard feelings, rather than closing ranks, to dominate after the ...


Printed Letters: June 5, 2014

By Staff

Experience matters 
in county sheriff’s race We read with some surprise a recent article in The Daily Sentinel highlighting the positions of Mesa County sheriff candidate John Pennington. While we assume this gentleman is well ...


You can’t have your cake and eat it too

By The Daily Sentinel

Supporters of Lakewood baker Jack Phillips think it’s wrong for the state to force him to make wedding cakes for gay couples. But the law is crystal clear on the matter. Colorado’s anti-discrimination statute prohibits businesses ...


Jussel: Recent slide doesn’t mean Rox out of playoff chase

By Rick Jussel

About one week ago, I said the sky was not falling. It is, however, hovering a few feet closer to Colorado’s Rockies, thanks to the team’s recent 2-8 slide. Still, all is not lost for the Rox, thanks to the two wild-card berths ...


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