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Woman hit, killed by car at Colorado Springs intersection

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities are investigating after a woman was hit and killed by a car as she was crossing a street in northeast Colorado Springs. The Gazette reports the woman, whose name and age have not been released, was trying ...

Loveland gets ready for Valentine’s re-mailing program

By The AP

LOVELAND — Loveland is getting ready to begin its annual Valentine’s Day re-mailing program. Each year, people from around the world send their valentines through the northern Colorado city in order to get them stamped with the ...

No growth can be exponential forever

By Jim Spehar

One of my cherished quotes from a favorite Western author came to mind immediately as I read publisher Jay Seaton’s commentary on the state of Mesa County’s economy in Sunday’s Daily Sentinel. To me, it sums up perfectly the ...

Medical marijuana needs an overhaul

By The Daily Sentinel

Health, both physical and fiscal, is always at the top of everyone’s list of New Year’s resolutions and it appears the Legislature and state officials are no different when it comes to their hopes for the legal marijuana industry ...

Printed Letters: Jan. 6, 2014

By Staff

What about those who live at the Regional Center? Last week, the Sentinel ran two pieces about The Regional Center that I found interesting. The first, on Monday, reported on the possible closure of the center and what the state of Colorado ...



By Dale Shrull

Another year has come to an end, and to borrow what I consider to be a much under-utilized form of expression — “Egads!” Back in June, I put together some reflections on the first half of the year, so here’s a look ...

Fruita hires Garza as girls soccer coach

By Staff

Alex Garza, a coach with the Grand Junction club soccer team Fire FC, is the new Fruita Monument girls soccer coach, the school announced Monday in a release. Garza will be the Wildcats’ third coach in three years and replaces Jeff ...

State stiffens fines against energy firms

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies will face fines generally ranging from $200 to $15,000 per day of rules violation under a new penalty structure passed by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Monday. The agency adopted the new fines structure ...

Mesa County’s health plan gets board’s approval

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County can officially move forward with its 2015 health insurance plan following passage Monday of four documents related to the plan’s operation. But confusing language in one of those documents has some wondering what exactly the ...


One-day closure to aid library

By Emily Shockley

It’s a big week for Mesa County Libraries, with a software update that will nearly double interlibrary loan opportunities for local library patrons shutting down all branches Wednesday and a new, quicker checkout system debuting Thursday ...

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