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Judge rejects special prosecutor motion in infant killing case

By Dennis Webb

A judge has rejected a defense request for a special prosecutor to be appointed in the case of a Parachute man accused of killing his infant daughter. Ninth Judicial District Court Judge John Neiley issued the ruling Tuesday in the case of ...

Small plane crashes in El Paso County

By The AP

PALMER LAKE — Authorities are responding to a small plane crash in El Paso County. The crash happened Wednesday morning near Palmer Lake but no other details have been released. The town is near the Air Force Academy but the school ...

Music Scene: Colorado Mesa University Jazz Ensemble and other area concerts and shows

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Good times and plenty of jazz can be found this week at Colorado Mesa University. The Colorado Mesa University Jazz Ensemble with the Central High School Jazz Band as an opening act will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 7, at ...

Suspect IDs released in robbery, carjacking case

By Dennis Webb

Authorities have released the names of two suspects arrested Tuesday evening after an armed robbery and carjacking in Grand Junction and an eventual arrest in Glenwood Springs following a high-speed chase. Kelsy Lilah Capps, 23, of Wichita, ...

Closing arguments set at trial against polygamous cities

By The AP

PHOENIX — Closing arguments are scheduled Wednesday in a civil rights case against two cities on the Arizona-Utah line that are accused of discriminating against people who aren’t members of a polygamous sect. Jurors have been ...

Sanders’ Colorado win underscores party divide

By The AP

DENVER — Bernie Sanders’ big Colorado win over Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s presidential caucuses underscored a sharp divide between party elites and the voters. Top donors and elected Democrats here almost universally backed ...


Landslide that killed 3 preceded by rockslide

By Gary Harmon

A rockslide on West Salt Creek on the north edge of Grand Mesa set the stage for the gigantic landslide that roared down the mountain 10 to 12 hours later, killing three men. That’s the finding of a study released this week by the ...

Printed Letters: March 2, 2016

By Staff

Bears Ears region deserves national monument status Nature is divine and worth protecting; protecting our sacred lands has been as much a part of me as my culture and heritage. My people have fought to keep and preserve our culture and land ...

Survey says keep public lands under federal control

By Bill Grant

With the election rapidly approaching, candidates need to make their positions on public lands clear. The respected Colorado College 2016 State of the Rockies project, which surveys opinions of voters in seven western states on key public ...

Hospital provider fee question is answered

By The Daily Sentinel

If lawmakers had made the hospital provider fee an enterprise from the get-go — as they should have — there would be no discussion about how it wreaks havoc on the state budget. Revenue would, in fact, be well under the cap set by ...

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