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After deadly police encounters, voters OK civilian oversight

By The AP

DENVER — Amid a national push for greater police accountability, voters in several major cities have approved measures to create or strengthen civilian oversight of law enforcement. The trend reflects growing public demand for ...


Stop protesting 
the roundabout

By The Daily Sentinel

After enduring a lengthy road improvement project on Colorado Highway 340 this year, it’s understandable that some residents of the Redlands may be dreading the prospect of more traffic delays stemming from a proposed roundabout ...


Printed Letters: November 11, 2016

By Staff

Accept the election 
results and move on I have watched with interest (and grief) the “display” of anger and disappointment of the “losing” side in this election. I remember how I felt (as a conservative) when we ...


Draining the swamp

By Greg Walcher

Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the presidential election has already created the usual swarm of “experts” who know exactly what the new president must do. The chattering class, editorialists, columnists, and bloggers ...


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DA: Woman shot in feud over truck

By Gabrielle Porter

The 25-year-old expectant mother killed in a Nov. 6 shooting died when she was shot by her common-law husband, who was firing repeatedly at a gunman outside the couple’s car, investigators believe. Shandie Case, of Clifton, died of a ...


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Swanson, Mavericks gear up for new season

By Patti Arnold

Nick Swanson reached the NCAA Division II national championships last season at 165 pounds. This season, he’ll attempt to return to nationals, but as a leaner, meaner 149-pounder. “I feel a little bit stronger. Last year some of ...


Montrose volleyball set for another state tourney

By Jon Mitchell

Shane Forrest knows all too well what lies ahead of her Montrose High School volleyball team. Forrest’s team is making its fourth consecutive appearance in the Class 4A state tournament at the Denver Coliseum after sharing the ...


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QB tweak helps Bruins make run

By Matt Meyer

Roughly midway through this season, Cedaredge coach Brandon Milholland made a change at quarterback. He shifted Pedro Madeleno to fullback and moved sophomore Jared Reynolds under center. The adjustment did two things. First, it put Madeleno, ...


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Central seniors reflect on time in Class 3A

By Dale Shrull

The love of football never allowed Chris Franklin, Darrion Alton and E.J. Barrera to consider quitting the game. But it wasn’t fun. It was hideous. Now, football is fun, great fun for the three Central seniors that are at the core of ...


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Cross, Schultz among few left from Martin’s first class

By Patti Arnold

Marcus Cross and Taylor Schultz both did an about-face five years ago, and man, are they happy they did. “He wasn’t a new guy in my mind,” Schultz said, recalling his recruitment out of Grandview High School in Aurora, when ...


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