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5 arrested during immigration protest in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police arrested five people who blocked Broadway in front of the state Capitol to protest immigrant deportations and call on Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet to take action. The five who were arrested Tuesday just before ...


10 Things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 30

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. HONG KONG LEADER: BEIJING WON’T BACK DOWN   Leung Chun-ying says the central government will not rescind its decision to limit ...


Palisade woman killed in jeep accident in Utah

By Staff

A Palisade woman was killed Sunday after the Jeep she was riding in was swept downstream in a Utah drainage, authorities said. The Grand County Sheriff’s Office in Uath said the Jeep was crossing the Bittercreek Wash, located about 2 ...


Durango seeks ‘river ambassadors’ to help paddlers

By The AP

DURANGO — The Animas River in southwest Colorado is so jammed with paddlers that the city of Durango is planning to recruit volunteer “river ambassadors” to reduce conflicts. The Durango Herald reports that city officials ...


Middle schoolers protest Jeffco history proposal

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Younger students are joining the protests over a controversial proposal aimed at promoting patriotism in Advanced Placement history classes. About 50 students from Carmody Middle School in Lakewood protested Tuesday morning ...


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In Palisade, rain turning Bookcliffs into muddy menace

By Gary Harmon

Lew Fraser and Gary Armsby shrugged as they looked west at an approaching storm front on Monday afternoon, then back at mud-covered G 7/10 Road. The likelihood was that more mud and debris was about to flow down off the Bookcliffs, through a ...


Colorado high court considers pot firing case

By The AP

DENVER — Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Brandon Coats, a quadriplegic medical marijuana patient who was fired by the Dish Network after failing a drug test more than four years ago, says he still ...


Transparency loses 
to the ‘blue wall’

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County Sheriff Rebecca Spiess won’t release the internal affairs records of two department employees who are campaigning for her job. She says releasing that information serves no public interest. She’s wrong. Courts ...


Stop and smell the roses

By The Daily Sentinel

This is the good stuff folks. Sunday’s and Monday’s soggy skies notwithstanding, we are in the midst of a seasonal sweet spot when the weather is dang near perfect for celebrating the Colorado lifestyle. So, whether you love ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 30, 2014

By Staff

Both sheriff’s candidates are highly qualified, active officers Wow, this year we have among some outsiders, two active-duty, highly qualified deputies running super clean campaigns for the Mesa County Sheriff position: Matt Lewis and ...


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