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Associated Press honors Sentinel staffers

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel earned a number of honors recognizing work in 2015 of reporters, editors and photographers in the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters contest. Winners were announced Friday in Denver. The Sentinel won a ...


Investigators: Boulder shooting sparked by squirrel feeding dispute

By The AP

BOULDER — Investigators say a dispute about feeding squirrels led a Boulder man to shoot his neighbor. Fifty-nine-year-old Jon Marc Barbour was arrested Thursday after calling 911 to report shooting his 46-year-old neighbor, Jeffrey ...


Email letters, May 13, 2016

By Staff

Senior residents negatively affected by open burn policy My mother is 83 years old and, like many seniors at The Atrium, she is on oxygen. About a quarter of a mile down the road to the south someone is consistently burning. It is toxic and ...


Falcon school district OKs medical marijuana for students

By The AP

FALCON — A Colorado Springs-area school district will now allow students who rely on medical marijuana to take doses at school. The Falcon District 49 school board unanimously approved the policy Thursday. Parents or state-licensed ...


Steamboat Springs looks to stop slow landslide at ski hill

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Officials in Steamboat Springs are watching the historic Howelsen Hill ski area that has been moving due to small landslides all spring. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports that officials say it is still too ...


Entertainment Calendar: May 13–19

By Staff

FRIDAY, MAY 13 TONEY ROCKS, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, bold hybrid of progressives blues/rock peppered with electronic elements, from Wilmington, Delaware, 314-2554. AN EVENING WITH THE ALYCIA VINCE TRIO, 6 p.m., house ...


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Music Scene: Lee Greenwood and other area shows for May 13–19

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Since his discovery in 1979, Lee Greenwood has scored seven No. 1 songs and 25 charted singles, including the heart-stirring “God Bless the USA.” A concert to “Honor America and those who serve and sacrifice for her” ...


Hear music through the grapevines at Two Rivers

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The 2016 Jazz Among the Grapevines concert series is set to begin featuring live music in a beautiful, outdoor venue. The concerts, which benefit The Art Center, are from 7–9 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month, May through August, at ...


On the Goe: Let’s add some culture, let’s not be Junk Town

By David Goe

On the corner of Third and Main streets, among the Art on the Corner exhibit, are a series of flowing sculptures honoring Operation Foresight, a bold 1960s initiative led by city officials and community leaders to make the stretch of Main ...


Quick Picks: GV Beer Fest, Voces Pulchrae, Ansel Adams show

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, May 13 Cheers! The sixth annual Grand Valley Beer Festival is the latest beer or wine festival available to Western Colorado beverage enthusiasts. This festival will go from 5–9 p.m. at Colorado Mesa University’s Meyer ...


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