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Man still incompetent to be tried in father’s murder

By Dennis Webb

A judge Wednesday ruled a New Castle man remains incompetent to stand trial in the murder of his father. The next step for the court will be to determine whether Anthony Padia, 29, is permanently incompetent and will never be ...

Man dead after officer shooting in Colorado

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Police in Colorado say a man has been killed in a shooting that involved officers. The Denver post reports that Lakewood police spokesman Detective Ty Countryman says officers had been monitoring a suspicious vehicle in a ...

Brewer New Belgium orders 2,500 bikes from Detroit company

By The AP

DETROIT — Colorado-based brewer New Belgium Brewing Company has ordered 2,500 custom bicycles from a Detroit company in celebration of its 25th anniversary. New Belgium’s order is with Detroit Bikes, which has had to add shifts ...

Former Mancos marshal gets probation for DUI

By The AP

CORTEZ — The former marshal of the southwestern Colorado town of Mancos who pleaded guilty to drunken driving has been sentenced to probation. The Cortez Journal reports that 55-year-old John Cox was also ordered Tuesday to complete ...

Career education making a comeback in US high schools

By The AP

ANTIOCH, Calif. — There was an emergency in Room 14. Three girls injured, one with a broken thighbone and maybe something more serious. Snapping on sterile gloves and kneeling before the worst-off patient, two 17-year-olds went to ...


Pride Fest celebrations all over downtown GJ

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Colorado West Pride will host the fourth annual Pride Fest, “Olypmus” with a week filled with events celebrating the LGBTQ community and promote equality. ■ The Lambda Award winning novel “Yabo,” by Alexis De ...

Road Trip: Make plans for May 12–18

By Staff

Here are some events coming 
to Colorado and Utah: ■ Tori Kelly — Ogden Theatre, Denver, May 12. ■ Shakedown Street — Belly Up, Aspen, May 13. ■ Thievery Corporation — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, ...

Harriet Tubman deserves more noble
 company than Jackson on the $20 bill

By Bill Grant

The selection of Harriet Tubman for the portrait on the $20 bill is a fitting tribute to a woman whose life dramatizes as few have that no one is free until all are free. Tubman gained her own freedom from slavery in Maryland in 1822 when she ...

Printed Letters: April 27, 2016

By Staff

City council to be commended for investing in the community I was thrilled to hear that last week our City Council members voted unanimously on the Monument Road Project. As a local business owner, I am excited to see our city leadership ...

Pride or prejudice?

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights called for an end to the practice of using Native Americans as mascots in 2001. Of course that hasn’t stopped the Washington Redskins or Cleveland Indians from holding on to their American Indian ...

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