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Stolen antlers recovered

By Amy Hamilton

A scrutinizing eye and a phone call to police from a Grand Junction antler buyer helped solve a large-scale antler heist from a Paonia taxidermist, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Office. The Delta County Sheriff’s Office ...


Boulder County ash borer quarantine carries $1,000 fine

By The AP

BOULDER — Officials are warning Boulder County homeowners cleaning up their storm-damaged yards that they could faces fines for taking ash tree wood outside the county because of an invasive beetle quarantine. The Daily Camera reports ...


Otter pup rescued in Florida new member of Denver aquarium

By The AP

DENVER — A baby otter rescued near a gas station in Florida has found a new permanent home at the Denver Downtown Aquarium. The Denver Post reports the North American river otter named Oliver arrived at the aquarium over the weekend ...


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Director’s goal: make science fun

By Katie Langford

Jenn Moore worked across the country before starting as the new executive director of the John McConnell Math and Science Center, but something kept bringing her back to Colorado. Moore is an engineer, with degrees in biological systems ...


Oil shale: In like a lion, out like a lamb

By Jim Spehar

Thirty-four years ago in May, it ended with a devastating bang. Last November, it ended with a whimper so faint that it only became news last weekend. It’s the tale of one company’s involvement in two very different periods of oil ...


Printed Letters: March 29, 2016

By Staff

CMU coach didn’t need front-page coverage CMU Coach Sean McKinney may have made a poor choice of words regarding gays. It’s good he apologized; it’s good CMU did not fire him; and it’s good The Sentinel supported that ...


Election reforms working just fine

By The Daily Sentinel

The state’s controversial election reforms have worked well on many levels, according to a national study released last week. But that’s not stopping Republican state lawmakers from trying to make some tweaks. Two bills that have ...


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‘It felt kinda like a dream. It didn’t seem real’

By Matt Meyer

Ryan Evers is normally a very quiet guy. During his final bowling competition representing Central High School, he let out the loudest yell of his life. Evers, a senior, bowled his first perfect game during a team event at the Colorado High ...


Glennon at QB just makes sense

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos will open their season on Sept. 8 (yes, another Thursday night) in Denver against the Brock Osweiler-led Houston Texans. No, that’s not official, but it makes soooo much sense. And the starting quarterback for the ...


Mavericks climb in baseball poll

By Staff

College Baseball Mavs rise in national rankings Colorado Mesa’s four-game sweep at New Mexico Highlands last week helped the Mavericks move up in the Collegiate Baseball rankings, released Monday. The Mavericks (25-4) are No. 4 in ...


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