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Email letters, December 1, 2015

By Staff

Government should not provide money to Pro Challenge or any promoted event Every time I read about the USA Pro Challenge I think of the old west-at gunpoint. When did it become acceptable for promoters of events to blackmail communities to ...


Orthopaedics help to put the pieces back together

By Sponsored Content

A reader information feature brought to you by St. Mary’s Medical Center and The Daily Sentinel Sponsored content: Nancy Lofholm For St. Mary’s Medical Center When cyclist Terry Brown was struck by a car last month, he was flown ...

60-year prison sentence upheld for man in Aurora fatal crash

By The AP

AURORA — An Arapahoe County judge won’t reduce the 60-year prison sentence for a man convicted of causing a 2008 crash that killed three people in Aurora. The Aurora Sentinel reports Francis Hernandez, who was found guilty of ...

Hickenlooper plans to preserve more of Sand Creek history

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper has approved a 640-acre land transfer to expand the historical preservation of the Sand Creek Massacre site. The Denver Post reports that Sunday’s announcement came on the 151st anniversary of the ...

Bike race isn’t economic development

By Jim Spehar

It’s blocking and tackling and pounding it out on cold, slippery ground. No, this isn’t the start of a sports column being written the morning after the Denver Broncos upset Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in overtime under ...

Printed Letters: Dec. 1, 2015

By Staff

Maybe we should do more to fight ‘the war at home’ Rarely a week goes by that the news is not about another mass shooting in the good old U.S. of A. Deranged, mentally ill citizens are picking up arms and ...

The first green shoots of economic development?

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County commissioners appear to be coming around to the idea that economic development involves more than wishful thinking. Commissioners agreed to set aside $100,000 in next year’s budget — money that local economic ...

In Brief, Dec. 1, 2015

By Staff

Winter Choral Concert at CMU tonight The Colorado Mesa University Holiday Concert, scheduled for 
3 p.m. Sunday, has been cancelled. In place of that performance, there will be a Winter Choral Concert taking place at 7:30 tonight at ...


Levinson, Pitton take board seats

By Katie Langford

Newly elected District 51 school board members Doug Levinson and Paul Pitton were sworn into office at a special board meeting Monday. Levinson and Pitton raised their right hands in front of board President Greg Mikolai and swore to ...

Townsquare Media: No encore for Loudwire

By Melinda Mawdsley

Organizers with the Loudwire Music Festival announced Monday in an email and statement posted to the event’s Facebook wall that they are canceling the Grand Valley festival after just one year. “We’ve been working very hard ...

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