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Where compassion 
and community unite

By The Daily Sentinel

Twenty years ago, a small group of five dedicated staff members made a commitment to caring for our Western Slope community. That group, originally known as Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, is now called HopeWest, and it has ...

Local support needed 
to complete the Avalon

By The Daily Sentinel

The renovation of the historic Avalon Theatre is nearing completion, but the money set aside for the project won’t be enough to cover construction costs. To have a gleaming facility with all the amenities originally envisioned at the ...


Q&A: Denver artist Tony Ortega talks about pastels, teaching and inspiration

By Melinda Mawdsley

(Editor’s note: This story originally ran Friday, Feb. 28. Ortega called Sunday, March 2 to cancel the visit because of a family emergency. The plan is to reschedule and bring him back in a different school year, organizers ...

022614 Bob

Over The Top, Loaded Editorial

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Editorial Page Editor Bob Silbernagel leaves a loaded editorial just lying around in the conference room.  ...

Email letters, February 26, 2014

By Staff

Parents who smoke marijuana must shield kids from effects When I first learned that marijuana had been legalized in Colorado, my initial reaction was:  “My life is really happy without marijuana, but I guess if there are some ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, Feb. 26

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. OBAMA ISSUES WARNING TO KARZAI   The president threatens to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan if Kabul doesn’t sign a ...

Colorado soldier accused of avoiding flag salute

By The AP

FORT CARSON — Officials at Fort Carson in Colorado are investigating reports a soldier posted a photo on Instagram of herself deliberately avoiding saluting the flag. Base officials issued a statement Wednesday saying they are aware of ...

Avalanche deaths spike as storms bring snow, risks

By The AP

SEATTLE — Skiers and snowboarders rejoiced when a series of storms dumped several feet of snow in the mountains across the West, after what had been a disappointing start for those seeking fresh powder in the backcountry. But all the ...

Aurora residents sue city over tax incentives

By The AP

DENVER — Several Aurora residents are suing the city over local tax incentives awarded the Gaylord Rockies Hotel. The residents contend the tax incentives violate the state’s tax- and spending-limitation amendment that requires a ...

Colorado Springs drops public building pot ban

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Colorado Springs City Council has scrapped a proposed ordinance that would have banned marijuana from city buildings because it did not distinguish between recreational and medical marijuana. The council voted 6-3 ...

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