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Nebraska authorities await return of suspect from Denver

By The AP

OMAHA, Neb. — Nebraska authorities are awaiting the return of an Omaha homicide suspect from Colorado. Authorities say 31-year-old Antoine Johnson was taken into custody Monday in Denver. An Omaha police spokesman, Officer Michael ...


$225M sports complex, baseball stadium coming to Colorado

By The AP

WINDSOR — A sports complex expected to cost $225 million is on its way to Colorado. Windsor Now reports officials announced plans on Tuesday for Rocky Mountain Sports Park to be built a few miles north of Windsor. The complex is planned ...


Inmate who sued after he was denied Quran settles for $25K

By The AP

DENVER — A Muslim inmate who says a suburban Denver jail denied him a Quran during the holy days of Ramadan has settled a civil rights lawsuit for $25,000. The Denver Post reported Tuesday that Marquis Harris, who sued the Adams County ...


Authorities ID man shot to death in downtown Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — Authorities have released the name of a man who was shot to death in downtown Boulder. The Daily Camera reports 49-year-old Christopher King, of San Marcos, California, was shot after an argument just after midnight Monday ...


Woman who struck, killed bicyclist with car gets 12 years

By The AP

BOULDER — A woman who struck and killed a Boulder bicyclist while driving drunk has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. The Daily Camera reports 25-year-old Callie Kuhasz was sentenced Tuesday for the June 25, 2016, hit-and-run crash ...


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Heidi Hess for Colorado Civil Rights Commission

By Bill Grant

When Heidi Hess appeared before the Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee for her confirmation hearing for appointment to the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Sen. Ray Scott joked she owed him a cup of coffee and peach jam ...


Printed Letters: May 31, 2017

By Staff

Facts should guide all political discussions “Just the facts, ma’am.” That famous line from “Dragnet” should guide all of us in our political discussions. A recent letter complained, “No one should be above ...


Trump budget mirrors disastrous Kansas plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Policy makers, government officials and journalists from Kansas are going out of their way to point at the state’s fiscal crisis as an example of what awaits the rest of the country if President Trump’s proposed budget is adopted ...


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Birthday boy: Smith drives in winning run for San Jac

By Patti Arnold

As far as game moments go, Tuesday night was right up there for Michael Smith. That it came on his 20th birthday was even better. Smith drove a game-winning single off the left-field wall Tuesday night in the bottom of the ninth to keep San ...


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Slide rule

By Dale Shrull

Everybody is out for No. 1. Tuesday’s game at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series was a struggle, but top-ranked Chipola (Florida) subdued pesky Florence-Darlington Tech (South Carolina), 11-7 at Suplizio Field. “Another ...


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