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Homeless man beaten in Colorado Springs’ first 2017 homicide

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The brutal beating of a homeless man is the year’s first homicide in Colorado Springs. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that arrest documents say 39-year-old Edward Eugene Lyles was beaten after seeking ...


Aspen schools remove seat belts from buses due to safety

By The AP

ASPEN — The Aspen School District has removed all seat belts from some of its buses due to safety concerns. The Aspen Times reports that District Transportation Director Gary Vavra says since lap belts, which were equipped in the ...


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Quick Picks: ‘Carve the Mark’ release; Symphony Soiree

By Ann Wright

Tuesday, Jan. 17 New novel Readers who felt burned by “Allegiant,” the third book in the “Divergent” series, have the opportunity to give author Veronica Roth another chance. “Carve the Mark” by Roth is ...


The Latest: 4 people found dead in Colorado Springs home

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Latest on an apparent triple murder and suicide in Colorado Springs: Authorities say four people, including two young children, were found dead of an apparent triple murder and suicide at a home in Colorado ...


Hundreds of Fort Cason buildings damaged by high winds

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — More than 300 buildings at Fort Carson have been damaged by winds that gusted up to 100 mph this week. The Gazette reports Fort Carson Public Works Director Hal Alguire says he couldn’t yet put a price tag on ...


Fresh off bye week, Avs try to rebound from horrid start

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Colorado All-Star forward Nathan MacKinnon took a golf lesson over the team’s bye week. Defenseman Tyson Barrie hung out by the beach in San Diego. Anything to forget about the team’s struggles, if only for a ...


Facing our demons

By The Daily Sentinel

Tuesday’s well-attended suicide forum at the Department of Health and Human Services was the latest sign that members of this community are willing to do whatever they can to turn the tide of a troubling trend. There were approximately ...


Printed Letters: January 12, 2017

By Staff

Pruitt not the right pick for EPA administrator When hiring someone to lead an organization, commitment to the organization’s mission is typically a minimum expectation for the job candidates. Scott Pruitt, President-elect Trump’s ...


Jussel: Coordinator hires key for new Broncos coach Joseph

By Rick Jussel

Vance Joseph had dinner with John Elway and several other Denver Broncos staff members on Tuesday night in Denver at a popular restaurant owned by a former auto dealer. Joseph, the 44-year-old defensive coordinator of the Miami Dolphins, was ...


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Colorado Mesa freshman Tawater hopes to continue growth on mat

By Patti Arnold

This is not the time of year when the Colorado Mesa wrestlers can take a day off. Not with five of the next six duals coming against nationally ranked competition. There will be time to give guys a break from practice after the next 10 days, ...


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