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Broncos add venom, vigor to the trenches

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Domata Peko was drawn to Denver by family and familiarity. Broncos coach Vance Joseph was on Marvin Lewis’ staff in Cincinnati, where Peko spent his first 11 seasons “and he and I had a really good ...


Teenager gets 12 years for DUI crash that killed 2 women

By The AP

DENVER — A teenager who was drunk and high when he caused a crash that killed two women in Arapahoe County has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. The Denver Post reports 19-year-old Taden Lee Jones was sentenced Monday for the April ...


Snowstorm clobbers the Northeast after weeks of mild weather

By The AP

NEW YORK — A storm expected to drop more than a foot of snow pounded the Northeast on Tuesday, paralyzing much of the Washington-to-Boston corridor after a remarkably mild February had lulled people into thinking the worst of winter was ...


Vote no on Measure 2B

By Guest Columnist

By Dennis Simpson At first glance, voting “yes” on Measure 2B appears to be a no-brainer. However, voters should give thought to why they are being asked to divert TABOR money to such a fundamental government service as road ...


Norris for council

By The Daily Sentinel

Incumbents have experience and a record to run on. They understand the complexities of campaign issues because they’ve dealt with them first-hand. Challengers bring enthusiasm and a desire for change, sometimes painting themselves as ...


Printed Letters: March 14, 2017

By Staff

All residents should vote on event center sales tax I read with interest all the comments about the event center, which apparently the vast majority of people here don’t want. Be that as it may, a vote must take place to raise the sales ...


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‘Yes’ or ‘no’ on event center equally risky

By Jim Spehar

I’ll concede, after hearing my third event-center presentation Sunday evening, that proponents are running an effective campaign. Notably, they’ve shifted messaging from overtly seeking approval for bricks and mortar, instead ...


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Reiner: I’ll close offices one day a week if forced to cut budget

By Erin McIntyre

Tensions over Mesa County’s deteriorating budget situation came to a head Monday, when the clerk and recorder told commissioners she plans to close her offices one day a week if she’s forced to cut another 5 percent from the ...


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New name emerges as school boss

By Katie Langford

District 51 Board of Education President John Williams announced Tuesday that he will apply to be the school district’s next superintendent. Williams, 68, was appointed to his District C seat in August 2013 and was elected to the seat ...


Blotter: March 15, 2017

By Staff

Pot, gun found in I-70 stop An SUV with California plates pulled over for an improper lane change along Interstate 70 Monday morning allegedly contained pounds of marijuana, marijuana concentrate and a loaded handgun, according to the ...


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