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Colorado skiers warned to look out for moose on slopes

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s growing moose population has presented new hazards for skiers as more of the animals have shown up at ski areas. The Denver Post reports that Winter Park and Steamboat resorts have installed signs warning ...

Should anti-Trump Republicans blame the monster or its creator?

By Jim Spehar

“When people feel uncertain, they’d rather have somebody that’s strong and wrong than somebody who’s weak and right.” — Bill Clinton Damned if they do. Damned if they don’t. Republican leaders and ...

Printed Letters: March 22, 2016

By Staff

Climate policy impacts economy and survival Greg Walcher denounced climate change deniers’ voices being restricted as denial of free speech. That is not the crux of the matter. No one cares when persons choose to pronounce that the sun ...

Discriminating tastes

By The Daily Sentinel

A Grand Junction landlord has challenged the notion of what’s fair when it comes to legal and socially acceptable discrimination. Mark Holmes, a long-time social and environmental activist, raised some eyebrows when the took out a ...

Health and Wellness Briefs, March 22, 2016

By Staff

Suicide-prevention event on Saturday The Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation has teamed up with ThunderStruck Valley, 436 Main St., to host an awareness event on Saturday at 6 p.m., to honor Craig Shearwood. All donations from ...


Loma woman, 48, dies in rollover

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 48-year-old Loma woman was killed Monday after her vehicle struck a telephone pole and rolled multiple times, throwing her from the car, authorities said. The woman, who was not identified, was driving a two-door Honda Accord east on O Road ...


Wearing pink not just for women

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — At first, Rep. Yeulin Willett thought a proposal to allow hunters to wear bright pink instead of the traditional fluorescent orange was the silliest thing he’d ever heard. But after examining the idea a little more ...

Discretion in sentencing bill has opposition

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill to give judges more discretion in handing down sentences received some opposition in the Colorado House on Monday. Several lawmakers said the measure, SB51, would create a patchwork of sentencing guidelines, and takes ...

Water rights bill creates concern for 2 legislators

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Some Western Slope lawmakers are concerned that a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday could lead to water being permanently taken off of the state’s farms and ranches. Reps. J. Paul Brown, ...

DA investigator approved to work Geer case

By Gary Harmon

The investigation into the shooting death of Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer forced the addition of an investigator at the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office. The prosecutor’s office lost its investigators in ...

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