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Boulder County residents fight over GMOs on public land

By The AP

LONGMONT — Boulder County residents and farmers are at odds about whether to continue to allow genetically modified crops on public land. The Longmont Daily Times-Call reports that people gathered for a marathon 8 ½-hour public ...


Marijuana grow may have ignited house fire

By Mike Wiggins

Grand Junction police and firefighters are investigating a blaze at a Pear Park home this morning that may have been sparked by a marijuana grow. Firefighters were dispatched to 2977 Swan Meadows Drive just before 9 a.m. and found heavy smoke ...


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State snowpack in retreat

By Dennis Webb

That taste of spring that western Coloradans have enjoyed for the past few weeks has taken a toll on the state’s snowpack. Blue skies and warm days have contributed to Colorado’s snowpack falling to below normal, at 98 percent of ...


Email letters, March 1, 2016

By Staff

Why are seniors chopped liver when it comes to job applications? I used to wonder why, on job applications, I did not receive a response from the agency where I would like to work. After several attempts in our area, I continue to get zilch. ...


Report: 2014 landslide triggered by earlier earth movements

By The AP

DENVER — A new report shows that a deadly 2014 landslide in western Colorado began as a series of earth movements set off by a rainstorm 10 hours before the disaster. The Denver Post reports the study led by U.S. Geological Survey ...


Both parties expect smaller crowds in Colorado caucuses

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado may provide Bernie Sanders his best chance yet to win in the West — but a sustained push by Hillary Clinton has Democrats unsure who will prevail in the state’s caucuses Tuesday. The Democratic presidential ...


Printed Letters: March 1, 2016

By Staff

If you want your summer back, today is important Please attend the March 1 school board meeting and let the board know – we want our summer back. After the recent decision by the school board to abandon the intersessions because of poor ...


Celebrating a life well-lived

By Jim Spehar

“Any bloodline is a carving river and parents are its nearest shores.” — Ivan Doig, “Heart Earth” It’s a quiet Monday morning as I sit at my computer facing a blank document and the deadline for this ...


Movie shines ‘Spotlight’ on value of newspapers

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a critical scene in “Spotlight,” the movie which earned Best Picture at Sunday’s Academy Awards in Los Angeles, where a key source grudgingly acknowledges that the Boston Archdiocese had systematically covered ...


Division II baseball rankings, Feb. 29, 2016

By Staff

Division II Rankings Collegiate Baseball Records as of Feb. 29 Team (2016 Record) Points Prev. 1. Tampa (11-1) 480 1 2. St. Cloud St. (5-0) 458 2 3. Franklin Pierce (5-0) 446 5 4. Minnesota St. (3-0) 434 4 5. U.C. San Diego ...


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