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Student Spotlight, June 23, 2014

By Staff

■ Christian Bergren-Aragon of Glenwood Springs, a journalism major at Emerson College in Boston, was named to the school’s spring 2014 semester dean’s list. ■ Kira Withrow of New Castle graduated cum laude May 19, with ...


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Growing St. Joe’s finally ready to build parish hall

By Emily Shockley

With a reading from the New Testament and a few vigorous shakes of an aspergillum to sprinkle holy water over the dirt on the corner of White Avenue and Fourth Street, the Rev. Edmundo Valera ushered in a new chapter for St. Joseph Catholic ...


Industry, state eye wells near landslide

By Dennis Webb

Burial or shearing of oil and gas wells is a possibility if there’s further movement where a giant landslide struck outside Collbran on May 25, and the prospect has left an energy company mulling options ranging from mostly just ...


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Agony of a World Cup draw

By Dale Shrull

World Cup soccer fans at Naggy McGee’s react to 2-2 tied between United States and Portugal.  ...


Time to re-examine Make My Day law?

By The Daily Sentinel

What if Colorado’s Make My Day Law didn’t exist? Rather than finding Joseph Hoskins immune from prosecution in the fatal New Year’s Day shooting of Randy Cook, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger might have concluded that ...


The silence is deafening

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County commissioners have asked Colorado National Monument Superintendent Lisa Eckert to reverse her decision to ban trucks from using the East Hill entrance to carry fuel and hazardous materials to Glade Park. Commissioners want a ...


Printed Letters: June 22, 2104

By Staff

Billionaires are controlling political decision-making When politics and money come before the best interest of America, fertile ground is created for what we have today: confusion, infighting, anger, bad decisions, corruption, a mediocre ...


Ushering in a new era of conservation

By Guest Columnist

By Tom Vilsack U.S. Secretary of Agriculture This week, USDA launched the Regional Conservation Partnership Program, a new effort that will expand partnerships and boost investments in clean water, soil and wildlife conservation ...


Don’t blame oil and gas for BLM’s inspection shortcomings

By Guest Columnist

By David Ludlam In western Colorado the Bureau of Land Management doesn’t lack the money or expertise needed to inspect natural gas wells. The BLM inspection program is strained because Department of Interior wastes money on absurd, ...


Culture clash: tourism vs. oil and gas in Moab

By Andrew Gulliford

As a benefit for a local nonprofit, we had organized a canoe trip on the Green River near Moab to paddle 60 miles from Geyser Springs to Mineral Bottom. Colorado’s Centennial Canoe Outfitters claims this is “part of the longest ...


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