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Email Letters: August 11, 2017

By Staff

Context about coal markets and climate would provide a balanced perspective I was surprised Sentinel reporter Gary Harmon didn’t include any context, about climate change or about coal markets, in his piece “Coal looks to make a ...

Bear dies while being removed from Colorado neighborhood

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say a mother bear suffered a deadly fall while wildlife officers tried to remove her and her two cubs from a residential neighborhood near Colorado Springs. The Gazette reports ...

Trump warns US ‘locked and loaded’ as North Korea readies missiles

By The AP

BEDMINSTER, New Jersey — President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that the U.S. military is “locked and loaded” if North Korea acts “unwisely,” escalating an exchange of threats between the nuclear-armed ...

Trubisky shines for Bears in preseason loss to Broncos

By The AP

CHICAGO — Mitch Trubisky might have created a quarterback controversy in Chicago. Trubisky threw for 166 yards and led three scoring drives after Mike Glennon struggled, only to have the Denver Broncos score two long touchdowns in the ...

New superintendent taking command of US Air Force Academy

By The AP

AIR FORCE ACADEMY — A new superintendent is taking command at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Maj. Gen. Jay B. Silveria will succeed Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson in a ceremony Friday. Johnson is retiring after four ...

Help for coal country addresses tough truth

By The Daily Sentinel

The future of coal remains murky, if not downright grim, despite an uptick in production in Colorado under the Trump administration, which has rolled back Obama-era regulations the industry considered excessively burdensome. President Trump ...

Printed Letters: August 11, 2017

By Staff

Protecting public lands not a partisan issue On Sunday, Aug. 6, The Daily Sentinel ran an opinion piece by Robin Brown about the importance of the outdoor recreation industry learning from sportsmen. I’m an avid sportsmen and she hit ...


They protest too much, methinks

By Greg Walcher

One of Shakespeare’s most famous lines comes when Hamlet asks his mother how she reacts to a certain character’s effusive and flowery language, and she responds, “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” It’s ...


Hard work helps FB Zamora taste success in college

By Matt Meyer

Quinn Zamora knows what it means to be a Western Slope athlete. Playing football at Palisade High School, he wasn’t afforded the recruiting opportunities of athletes in more populous areas. He was the Class 3A Western Slope League ...

Blotter: Aug. 11, 2017

By Staff

Man accused of fleeing cops A 33-year-old parolee who was arrested Tuesday evening after allegedly evading law enforcement throughout the day is facing multiple felony charges, including drug possession with intent to distribute, vehicular ...

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