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Man allegedly drove drunk — at nearly 100 mph — with baby in car

By Staff

Law enforcement officials say a Clifton man drove his infant son at a high rate of speed Tuesday, allegedly under the influence of alcohol. A Mesa County sheriff’s deputy said he witnessed a passenger vehicle traveling at speeds near ...


Email letters, April 1, 2015

By Staff

Editorial was the voice of religious bigotry Most politely, Wednesday’s Sentinel editorial – “The Indiana firestorm” – should be dubbed an April Fools’ joke. The editorial gets off to a good start by ...


Affidavit: Husband killed wife with machete

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale man killed his wife with multiple strikes from a machete in February following an argument and had wanted to kill himself before he rear-ended a vehicle into a semi-truck, according to a police affidavit released today. Arturo ...


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More than 80 pounds of pot found in I-70 stop

By Staff

An Illinois man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of a count of intent to distribute marijuana, after the van he was driving was allegedly discovered to contain dozens of pounds of packaged marijuana. Peter Vercillo, 37, of Naperville, ...


McCain, Graham in Denver to discuss response to extremism

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham will discuss how the U.S. should respond to extremism at a joint appearance in Denver. McCain and Graham will speak today at a session moderated by Fox News Channel’s White ...


Thieves crash SUV into gun shop and steal 14 handguns

By The AP

PUEBLO WEST — Authorities say thieves rammed a stolen SUV through the back wall of a Pueblo West gun shop and stole 14 handguns. The owner of Pueblo West Guns and Ammo says the theft took only seconds on Wednesday. The owner says the ...


ON FOOD: A variety of foods to test your taste buds

By Dixie Burmeister

Who knew beets, carrots and macaroni and cheese would be my chosen topics for today. And it’s not an April Fools’ Day joke! Starting off, a few weeks ago, my husband Fred and I attended a Palisade Chamber’s Business After ...


Printed Letters: April 1, 2015

By Staff

R-5 needs repairs and needs to be respected The former Lowell School – now known as R5 – on historic North Seventh Street is no doubt in need of rehabilitation and repair. However, it remains an iconic, historic and architectural ...


The Indiana firestorm

By The Daily Sentinel

This is the fallout we warned against. Colorado could be right there with Indiana as a target of boycotts and derision over so-called “religious freedom” legislation. Fortunately, Colorado lawmakers avoided the controversy now ...


‘Chaps’ invokes God, provokes party

By Bill Grant

Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt, R-Colorado Springs, lived up to expectations by offending his own party as well as Democrats in the Legislature with his effort to turn a tragic crime into a religious revelation of God’s anger with Americans. ...


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