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Student of the Week, May 4, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 4.0 After-school activities: marching band, jazz band, concert band. Favorite book and its author: “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Favorite TV show: “Arrow” and “The Flash.” Favorite ...


Student Spotlight, May 4, 2015

By Staff

■ Mariah Anderegg was named to the dean’s list for the second trimester at Johnson & Wales University in Denver. She is majoring in sports/entertainment/event management. ■ Daniel Moore of Fruita, attending Concordia ...


Northern Utah ranchers grapple with black grass bug

By The AP

HOWELL, Utah — Northern Utah ranchers already dealing with low water supply are now facing a larger than normal infestation of a black grass bug that kills grass needed for cattle to graze. The grass bug, measuring about 4 mm long or ...


Police search for suspects after road rage confrontation

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police are looking for suspects in a road rage confrontation and a hit and run accident. Police responded to reports of a road rage incident late Saturday after witnesses said someone from a car ...


2 injured in Denver park during Cinco de Mayo festivities

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police say two men were injured when a small crane at Civic Center Park fell on them Saturday during Cinco de Mayo festivities. Police say one of the victims had serious injuries. Organizers say there was a burst of ...


Defense faces challenges as theater shooting victims testify

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Half-empty tissue boxes littered the floor of Courtroom 201 after a day in which survivors told stories of heartbreak, revulsion and horror about the night James Holmes shot scores of people inside a packed a suburban Denver ...


Energy exports will benefit Colorado’s small businesses

By Guest Columnist

By Raymond Keating Recently, Noble Energy announced nearly 100 layoffs in Denver and Greeley due to low oil prices. The announcement came on the heels of a USA Today article detailing the mounting job losses in the U.S. oil industry. One ...


Colorado demonstrates that energy is not a partisan issue

By Guest Columnist

By Tracee Bentley Colorado’s emergence as a major player in the American energy resurgence has a big impact on the state economy — and big implications for the national energy conversation. Even with the recent downturn, oil and ...


Printed Letters: May 3, 2015

By Staff

BLM should do more 
to promote conservation Right now the Bureau of Land Management has a chance to set a course for the future that meets the broad needs of our community, including taking a better approach at managing trails and places ...


Convert hospital fees to an enterprise fund

By The Daily Sentinel

A few weeks ago, Gov. John Hickenlooper asked the Legislature to consider several initiatives that could soften the squeeze the Taxpayers Bill of Rights puts on the state’s budget. One of them involves converting the state’s ...


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