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Road Trip: Make plans for Aug. 27–Sept. 2

By Staff

Here are some events coming 
to Colorado and Utah: ■ “1964” The Tribute — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Aug. 27. ■ Atmosphere — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Aug. 28. ■ Chris Isaak ...

Email letters, August 11, 2015

By Staff

Debeque should be proud of their financial success with marijuana I have tried to keep up with the issue of marijuana in Debeque and I’ve seen plenty of stories of locals bad-mouthing their own town. I’m wondering why they feel ...

Flash flood watch for southwest Colorado, southeast Utah

By Mike Wiggins

A flash flood watch is in effect for southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah from noon today until midnight, as monsoonal moisture returns to the region. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction says 1 to 2 inches of rain could fall ...

Southern Ute council recall effort begins

By The AP

IGNACIO, Colo. — Southern Ute Indian Tribe elders are behind a recall effort aimed at members of the Tribal Council and its chairman. The Durango Herald reports ( ) Chairman Clement Frost and five council members ...

Waldo Canyon mud and debris flood Colorado Springs area

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Heavy rain sent water mixed with mud and debris from the Waldo Canyon burn scar flowing through parts of Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs Monday but mitigation work seems to have prevented long-lasting ...

Board unanimously sides with opponents of methadone clinic

By The AP

MONUMENT, Colo. — A methadone clinic isn’t getting a business license in Monument after a town board unanimously agreed with opponents. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports ( the board decided Monday night to ...

Environmental protesters opposing mining operation arrested

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Four environmental activists have been arrested after protesting U.S. Oil Sands’ use of a property for mining in eastern Utah. The Deseret News reports ( ) that the four protesters were ...

The times, they are a’changing

By Jim Spehar

“In times of change, the learners will inherit the earth while the knowers will find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” — Eric Hoffer Henry Ford could have tried to breed faster, ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 11, 1015

By Staff

Hold fossil fuel companies accountable for deception I have just returned from a vacation in my former state, Alaska, where the public was bombarded with radio advertisements for good “clean” coal, brought to us by the Usebeli Coal ...

Coal counties deserve help with transition

By The Daily Sentinel

Because coal is big in Western Colorado — as an abundant resource, a cheap way to generate electricity and a provider of good-paying jobs — President Obama’s initiative to reduce carbon emissions from power plants has more ...

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