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Email letters, March 9, 2016

By Staff

Obama demonstrates crudeness by shunning Nancy Reagan’s funeral Barack Obama demonstrates his boundless crudeness yet again, this time shunning Nancy Reagan’s funeral in favor of attending the “South by Southwest ...


In deep-red Utah, lawmakers may repeal the death penalty

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s Republican-dominated Legislature will cast a final vote this week on a proposal to abolish capital punishment in the conservative state, a year they voted to reinstate the use of firing squads in executions ...


Greeley approves 22-well oil and gas drilling project

By The AP

GREELEY — Greeley officials will allow 22 oil and gas wells in the city despite strong opposition from some residents. The Greeley Tribune reports that the city council voted Tuesday to overturn its planning commission and allow ...


CU to study effects of marijuana use by pregnant women

By The AP

DENVER — Medical researchers at the University of Colorado plan to study the effects of marijuana use by pregnant women. The Denver Post reports Dr. Torri Metz, a high-risk obstetrician, will develop a questionnaire for new mothers ...


Western states look closely at endangered species protection

By The AP

DENVER — Wildlife managers, conservationists and business interests are meeting in Denver as the Western Governors Association looks for ways to change the way endangered species are protected. They’ll spend Wednesday and Thursday ...


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Grocer boots farm stand

By Erin McIntyre

The longest-running farmers market in the valley has been displaced by a new tenant in the Teller Arms Shopping Center, and loyal customers are peeved. The news that the Grand Junction Farm and Ranch Market will no longer be allowed to set up ...


Printed Letters: March 9, 2016

By Staff

Enviros jumping on noise to shut down gas industry Regarding the article in the March 5 edition, “Noise filter technology may alter drill debate,” I wonder if Mr. Behrens or Ms. Robinson have ever been anywhere near a wind machine? ...


Caucus or primary?

By Claudette Konola

Colorado enjoyed record turnout in the Democratic caucuses this past week. Republicans couldn’t vote in a straw poll during their caucuses, and their turnout suffered. Neither party should be celebrating. Neither turned out a majority of ...


An unfair standard

By The Daily Sentinel

When major newspapers in Denver and Salt Lake City take similar positions on the punitive nature of the federal government’s new ozone standard, we pay attention. Why? Because, smack in the middle of these two western metro areas is ...


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Bruin beginning

By Jon Mitchell

Ryan Hilbig took his players to Massari Arena on the CSU-Pueblo campus for one of several summer camps the Cedaredge High School girls basketball team took part in last summer. He made his overall motive for the trip clear. “When we got ...


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