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Severance cash may be tapped to boost budget

By Charles Ashby

Severance taxes shouldn’t be used to help defray the costs of a refund to taxpayers, but the “sad reality” is that they are part of the problem, said senators Monday who approved using $20 million for that purpose. On a 4-3 ...


In focus: Coloramo Federal Credit Union donations

By Staff


Loma and Mack

By Penny Stine

The grass is starting to get green, the calves are getting bigger and there’s not much activity out in Loma and Mack, which is probably the way many residents prefer it. The biggest news comes from the Stillwater Cowboy Church, which has ...

Senate gives nod to 1st police oversight measure

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Senate has given unanimous approval to the first in a series of measures to increase oversight on law enforcement in reaction to state and national cases of suspected police misdeeds. The bill approved Monday would ...

Bill Robinson, patriarch of CMU’s theater department, dies Saturday

By Staff

Bill Robinson, widely considered the founder of the modern-day theater department at Colorado Mesa University, died over the weekend, according to a post on his Facebook page. A post there said Robinson died sometime Saturday, prompting ...

Email letters, March 30, 2015

By Staff

Littwin’s reasons for opposing Cruz may drive some to support him In Sunday’s Sentinel, I had to wonder if the cartoonist who portrayed Ted Cruz as a snake speaking with a forked tongue thinks the voters are nitwits. I’d ...

Woman who lost unborn baby in attack thanks supporters

By The AP

DENVER — An expectant mother who lost her unborn baby after it was cut from her belly by a stranger is thanking those who have been thinking about and praying for her. Michelle Wilkins posted a message late Sunday on the website where ...

Fort Collins, ACLU working to settle panhandling lawsuit

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Fort Collins and the American Civil Liberties Union are close to settling a lawsuit over the city’s panhandling law. The two sides had been scheduled to appear in federal court on Friday on the lawsuit but the ...


WD Yards

By Special to the Sentinel

When did you start WD Yards? 1985. Can you believe this is your 30th anniversary in business? It’s pretty exciting to think we are celebrating our 30th anniversary.  We have had thirty years of working with great people. How did ...


Comfort, style and power inside and out on Chevy Impala

By Michael St. Clair

A classic name in American cars, the Chevrolet Impala is still going strong. Redesigned for the 2014 model, the looks, style and feel of this large American sedan still stands strong on the road. The 2015 Chevrolet Impala from Ed Bozarth ...

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