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Friends mourn apparent beheading of US aid worker

By The AP

INDIANAPOLIS — Peter Kassig first experienced the Middle East as a soldier, then returned as a student and, finally, as a humanitarian intent on helping those whose lives were upended by the brutal civil war in Syria, whatever their ...

Caution urged for Colorado backcountry visitors

By The AP

FRISCO — The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is urging mountain visitors to be cautious after up to 40 inches of new snow covered the ground from a series of storms. An avalanche advisory has been issued for much of the ...

Men accused of target practice inside home

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Two men are facing charges after they were accused of target shooting in the basement of a Colorado Springs home. Police say they responded to a 911 call reporting shots fired inside the house on Saturday. Officers ...

Critics of Obamacare now have to deliver an alternative

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko, M.D. Regardless of your take on the latest election, it promises true clarity on health reform policy. Over the last two elections, voters were asked to choose between “Obamacare” and some unspecified ...

Celebrating community foundations: A century of making an impact

By Guest Columnist

By Anne Wenzel “By the people, for the people…” Community foundations are uniquely American institutions. Rooted in local communities, encouraging participation and engagement by many to help all, community foundations ...

The Keystone pipeline

By The Daily Sentinel

The Keystone XL pipeline is neither the job-creating behemoth nor the climate-change monstrosity that backers and opponents are claiming. It’s a political football in a scrum between Republicans and Democrats to stake out energy policy ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 16, 2014

By Staff

Money on lawsuit better spent protecting grouse It is unfortunate that the state of Colorado plans to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the decision to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as a threatened species. All the money spent on a ...


GJ Airport climbing out of steep descent

By Gary Harmon

A little more than a year ago, private pilots and tenants at Grand Junction Regional Airport were steamed — mostly about management they considered distant at best, unapproachable at its most palatable and intimidating at its ...


Boost in natural gas production is in large part a small-business story

By Greg Ruland

Colorado is a growth state for oil and gas operations, says a small-business advocacy group, pointing to a 139 percent increase in natural gas production between 2005 and 2012. The increase in production was due in large part to the expansion ...

Bank robbery retrial delayed after attorney withdraws

By Dennis Webb

The Garfield County retrial of a bank robbery suspect also accused of the same crime in Mesa and El Paso counties has been delayed after his attorney withdrew from the case, citing a conflict of interest. Mark Osterloo had been scheduled to ...

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