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Colorado woman killed in avalanche studied snow science

By The AP

DURANGO — Friends of the 23-year-old Colorado woman who died after an avalanche swept her into some trees say she loved skiing and was educated about slide dangers. A small slide hit backcountry skier Olivia Buchanan of Durango on ...

Police say mother, boyfriend caused toddler’s death

By The AP

GREELEY — Greeley police say a mother and her boyfriend caused the death of a 3-year-old girl after a fire broke out while the girl was left in a mobile home alone. According to court records, 27-year-old Kristen Braig and her ...


Cheers! Bold and Scotch

By Staff

Bold and Scotch In January, it’s OK to drink something richer, smokier and deliciously darker. So we created this Winter Orchard Scotch. We started with a stiff pour of Scotch whisky, 1 1/2 ounces to be exact. We spiked it with an ...

Quick Picks: Gloden Globe Awards; Mountain High Music Festival; Fire Festival

By Staff

Sunday, Jan. 11 Let the accolades begin Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host the Golden Globe Awards for the third time as awards are given for work on film and TV. Watch to get an idea of who and what might win at the Oscars. Watch for the jokes. ...


Both feet forward at Capitol

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Republicans took control of the Colorado Senate for the first time since 2003, while Democrats honored their party’s first woman speaker in the Colorado House on the first day of the 2015 legislative session. As is ...

9 measles cases linked to Disney theme parks in California

By The AP

SANTA ANA, Calif. — Seven Californians and two people in Utah have confirmed cases of measles likely contracted on trips last month to Disney theme parks in California, officials said. Three more California residents are suspected of ...

Gov. Hickenlooper to unveil Colorado hiring initiative

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper plans to unveil a workforce initiative that his administration says will increase hiring in Colorado. The Democratic governor is scheduled to unveil details of his plans during a press conference Thursday ...

Printed Letters: Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Family doctor shortage needs to be addressed I was amazed, recently, to learn how difficult it is to find a family doctor here in the Grand Valley. I’m curious if my experience was an anomaly or a new trend here. My wife and I moved to ...

Our unique economic challenges stem from our history of isolation

By Rick Wagner

This Sunday our publisher wrote a column discussing the inequity of recession recovery between eastern and western Colorado, he described the dissimilarity as “stupefying.” Exactly right. I feel like General Patton upon hearing ...

Of free speech and extremists

By The Daily Sentinel

Living in a democracy means seeing and hearing things we disagree with. This truth plays out every day, right on this page. Free speech is a hallmark of liberty and the concept is embraced in France just as strongly as it is here. But ...

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