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Wyoming begins selling lottery tickets

By The AP

SHERIDAN, Wyo. — Wyoming has begun selling Powerball and Mega Millions tickets at nearly 400 retailers across the state. Lottery officials say the first ticket was sold to Mary Ogg, a 67-year-old grandmother from Sheridan who ...


Strong California quake causes injuries, damage

By The AP

NAPA, Calif. — The largest earthquake to hit the San Francisco Bay Area in 25 years sent scores of people to hospitals, ignited fires, damaged multiple historic buildings and knocked out power to tens of thousands in California’s ...


Man stabbed to death in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS— Police are looking for a man involved in a fatal stabbing in Colorado Springs. The Gazette reports officers were called to a parking lot near the southeast corner of the Air Force Academy shortly before 4 a.m. today ...


Denver Zoo celebrates hippo’s 58th birthday

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Zoo is celebrating the birthday of its longest resident — a 58-year-old hippo named Bertie. KMGH-TV reports the hippo moved in Dec. 16, 1958, after zoo supporters Arthur and Helen Johnson bought him at an ...


Man arrested after fatal crash in Englewood

By The AP

DENVER — Police have arrested a 25-year-old man who was involved in a crash that killed an elderly man in Englewood. Police Sgt. Brian Cousineau says the suspect, whose name has not been released, was traveling at a high rate of speed ...


One killed, two injured in Highway 133 crash

By Staff

A 21-year-old Illinois woman died in a two-vehicle, head-on crash Saturday night north of Redstone, according to Colorado State Patrol. Two others were injured. The names of all involved were withheld. According to a release from State ...


Aspen man killed in crash near Basalt

By Staff

A 53-year-old Aspen man died Saturday evening after the motorcycle he was driving collided head-on with a vehicle driven by an 88-year-old Carbondale man on Colorado Highway 82 near Basalt, according to Colorado State Patrol. The Aspen man, ...


McConnell programs let participants experience the world in a new way

By Guest Columnist

By Teresa Coons The recent article by Charles Ashby, “Space fan leads tour that’s out of this world,“described a presentation by Dr. Ka Chun Yu, from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, during which the audience ...


Responsible drilling means setting the bar higher than some like

By Guest Columnist

By Rein van West and Bob Arrington Western Colorado Congress Thanks to David Ludlam of the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association for bringing up Western Colorado Congress (WCC) and our work in the Sentinel’s Sunday, Aug. 10 ...


Voters to decide if pot a good fit for Palisade

By The Daily Sentinel

Add Palisade to the list of places in Colorado that are growing more and more comfortable with the idea that sanctioned pot sales may not be a bad thing. Town leaders have put some serious thought into whether retail marijuana is a good fit ...


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