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Email Letters: May 5, 2017

By Staff

Bears Ears is worthy of monument designation We just returned home from a week at Bears Ears National Monument. It is not only beautiful, but was home to thousands of pre-Utahans 800 and more years ago. Learning and speculating how they lived ...


$3M painting sliced up by disguised man in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — Police are searching for a man who entered an art gallery in Aspen and sliced up a nearly $3 million painting. The Aspen Times reports the man had entered Opera Gallery Tuesday wearing a disguise. He then ran toward the painting ...


52 people indicted for drug trafficking in Denver metro area

By The AP

DENVER — A federal grand jury has returned eight indictments charging 52 people with trafficking cocaine and crack cocaine in the Denver metro area. The Department of Justice says 35 of the suspects were arrested Thursday after a nearly ...


Man pleads guilty to killing doctor, wounding 2 women

By The AP

DENVER — A suburban Denver man has pleaded guilty to shooting a doctor to death and wounding two women, including his wife. The Denver Post reports 46-year-old Kevin Lyons pleaded guilty Thursday to 16 counts, including first-degree ...


Colorado explosion brings calls for safety but no quick fix

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado regulators have ordered a snap review of oil and gas pipelines after a fatal house explosion near a well, but they haven’t said how they plan to fix a fundamental flaw in the system: They don’t know where ...


Homeless shelter housing convicted rapist for $280 a week

By The AP

BOULDER — The Colorado Department of Corrections is paying a Boulder homeless shelter $280 a week to house a convicted rapist after failed attempts to move him to two other cities following his release from prison. The Daily Camera ...


North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination attempt

By The AP

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on Friday accused the U.S. and South Korean spy agencies of an unsuccessful assassination attempt on leader Kim Jong Un involving bio-chemical weapons. In a statement carried on state media, North ...


Printed Letters: May 5, 2017

By Staff

Recent RISE event 
empowers students This year, I watched my students lose their friends, cousins, siblings, and parents to suicide. I watched each new loss bring echoes of each of the previous losses suffered. Many of my students have ...


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How dare they keep promises!

By Greg Walcher

The Trump administration’s first annual budget proposal to Congress (for fiscal year 2018) seeks to reduce the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget by a third, as promised. Some of the details are yet to emerge, but there is ...


No way to govern

By The Daily Sentinel

The House of Representatives narrowly passed legislation Thursday to repeal and replace Obamacare with hardly any debate on the matter and with no data on the bill’s fiscal impact or how it affects people’s health-care ...


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