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Blotter, Nov. 11, 2016

By Staff

Man arrested on warrants A 26-year-old man stopped by law enforcement on suspicion of shoplifting from Murdoch’s, 3217 Interstate 70 Business Loop, was arrested and ordered held on a $5,000 cash-only bond after deputies said he lied ...


Email Letters: November 10, 2016

By Staff

This Friday, do something to honor a veteran This country is great on the backs and patriotism of the common people that are veterans of the military. From George Washington to the brave men and women that are currently serving in the ...


Officers cleared in fatal shooting at CU of man with machete

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder’s district attorney has concluded that the fatal shooting of a machete-wielding man at the University of Colorado by two officers was justified. The Daily Camera reports District Attorney Stan Garnett cleared the ...


Obama set to extend olive branch to Trump in Oval Office

By The AP

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is set to welcome his successor, Donald Trump, to the White House, extending an olive branch to a man he has blasted as unfit to serve as commander in chief and who led the charge to challenge the ...


Substantial change is inevitable

By Rick Wagner

I’m writing this piece Tuesday before any election results. I don’t want them to color my analysis because I believe what’s happened this election cycle has set in motion certain things that won’t change regardless of ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 11, 2016

By Staff

Teach our children fundamentals of voting I realize that the local government, and School District 51 in particular, do not want teachers telling their kids how to vote, and I can agree with that view, but I think they are doing the kids a ...


A heavy lift

By The Daily Sentinel

The peaceful transition of power in Washington, D.C., is underway, with Donald Trump as gracious in victory as Hillary Clinton was in accepting defeat. The president-elect has already been invited to the White House by Barack Obama to begin ...


With egg on my face ....

By Bill Grant

Probably the best thing most people will say about this Wednesday morning is that the election is finally over. For most of the last two years, the election, largely through media fascination with Donald Trump, has been a regular feature of ...


Our purple state

By The Daily Sentinel

So much for the polls. The big story, of course, is that late Tuesday night, Donald Trump appeared poised to be our next president. Instead of electing our first woman president, we elected an outsider — who behaved a lot like an ...


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Women add size inside, healthy Reichle outside

By Patti Arnold

Priority 1 for Taylor Wagner was to get size in the post this season for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Wagner found some immediate help when Khadijah Vigil, a 5-foot-10 power forward he had recruited a year ago when she was ...


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