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This is skijoring

By Dale Shrull

Horses, skiers — this is skijoring.  ...

Meetings to plan the Palisade Plunge, including one tonight, are postponed

By Staff

A pair of meetings to provide information and to answer questions about the proposed Palisade Plunge mountain bike trail has been postponed, including a meeting tonight scheduled for 4 p.m. at the Lincoln Park barn in Grand Junction. A ...


Sketching memories: Local artist gives tips for putting worries aside, adding sketching to your life

By Ann Wright

Betsy McLoughlin was self-conscious about public sketching. It was just one of those things she hadn’t done even though she been sketching her entire life. But when she retired from teaching Spanish at Mesa State College nearly 10 ...

Settlement reached in Colorado police discrimination lawsuit

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The northern Colorado city of Fort Collins has agreed to pay $425,000 to two officers who say the city police department discriminated against them based on their race and country of origin. The Coloradoan reported ...

2 people found dead in submerged car in Evergreen creek

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say two people were found dead in a car that was submerged upside down in a creek in Evergreen. The Denver Post reports the car was found iced over with its wheels barely sticking out of Bear Creek on Wednesday. ...


Inaugural address: Match the president with words, music of his inauguration

By Rachel Sauer

On April 30, 1789, George Washington stood on the second-floor balcony of Federal Hall in New York City. Robert R. Livingston, the chancellor of New York, administered an oath in which Washington pledged to “preserve, protect and defend ...

Commuting traitor’s term an unwise move

By The Daily Sentinel

Remember Scooter Libby? He was convicted of misleading Congress over the outing of a covert CIA operative and was branded a traitor by many, but he never spent a day in jail because President George W. Bush commuted his sentence. Libby ...

Pruitt wrong choice to lead EPA

By Guest Columnist

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is primarily responsible for protecting our nation’s air and water resources—assets that are critical to both our public health and private profitability. A Republican president, Richard ...

Printed Letters: January 19, 2017

By Staff

A bad week for health care for Coloradans It was a bad week for health care for Coloradans. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner voted to approve a budget blueprint that allows the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) to be repealed without the ...

A TABOR end-around on broadband debt?

By Rick Wagner

Before you read any further I assure you that proper safeguards are in place for this column to prevent any Russian hacking that could change the result in some unexplainable way. I prepare all of my submissions with a series of grammatical ...

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