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Trial delayed for man accused of pushing wife off cliff

By The AP

DENVER — The murder trial for a man accused of shoving his second wife off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park has been delayed. The Denver Post reports 58-year-old Harold Henthorn’s trial has been pushed back until Sept. 14 ...


Lawmakers seek penalties on using drones to invade privacy

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers want to criminalize the use of drones when they’re used to monitor someone without their consent. The proposal up for a House committee vote Tuesday would make it a crime of first-degree trespassing to ...


Printed Letters: March 3, 2015

By Staff

Task force fell short of addressing concerns As a former county commissioner and former member of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission I am disappointed in the final recommendations put forward by the Governor’s Oil and Gas ...


Gov. Hickenlooper needs to support
 the work of the oil and gas task force

By Jim Spehar

“The perfect is the enemy of the good.” — Voltaire The 18th Century French writer wasn’t thinking about the work of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s oil and gas task force. But his thought certainly applies. In the ...


What can be gained by Israeli PM’s talk?

By The Daily Sentinel

If you’re not a constitutional scholar, the uproar over the Israeli prime minister’s speech before a joint session of Congress this week may be a bit puzzling. What’s the big deal? In a nutshell, House Speaker John Boehner ...


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Wells gets monster matchup vs. Colorado’s top prospect

By Matt Meyer

Overland High School forward De’Ron Davis has scholarship offers to play college basketball from Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Oklahoma State, Oregon, UCLA, and Wake Forest. He has also generated heavy interest from Kansas, ...


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Mavs on long road trip for RMAC playoffs

By Patti Arnold

They might grumble about road trips, but the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball players like playing away from home almost as much as at Brownson Arena. The Mavericks are 7-4 on the road against RMAC teams this season, and did what no other ...


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Halalilo likes Mesa’s high expectations

By Patti Arnold

Perhaps no one understands what can happen in the RMAC Shootout better than Shanna Halalilo. The senior guard for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team was part of Black Hills State’s week-long odyssey last season, when the ...


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Visible means of support

By Greg Ruland

Calming relief is the first emotion that washes over survivors when they enter the library at St. Mary’s Cancer Center, 750 Wellington Ave.     The soothing voice of a Celtic songstress sets the mood. Inspirational phrases, ...


Health Briefs, March 3, 2015

By Staff

Doctor to discuss lifestyle and multiple sclerosis Colorado and Wyoming have one of the highest incidences of multiple sclerosis in the nation. During National MS Awareness Week, the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple ...


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