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Email Letters: January 11, 2017

By Staff

Scott Pruitt is not the right choice for EPA administrator When hiring someone to lead an organization, commitment to the organization’s mission is typically a minimum expectation for the job candidates. Scott Pruitt, President-elect ...


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Cancer Day aims to assist

By Sponsored Content

SPONSORED CONTENT: Nancy Lofholm/For St. Mary’s Medical Center Cancer upends lives. When cells run amok, the changes trigger weighty decisions. Personal focus shifts. Family relationships change. Time splits: There is life before- ...


2 adults, 2 children dead in home in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police say four people were found dead in a home on Tuesday evening. Police haven’t said how the man, woman and two children died but say there’s no danger to the public.  ...


Avalanche risk in Colorado mountains high as more snow falls

By The AP

DENVER — The avalanche danger is high in Colorado’s mountains as more snow, blown by gusty winds, falls. Interstate 70 is back open following a large avalanche on Vail Pass but other passes, including Loveland and Wolf Creek, are ...


A Little Noon Music event canceled today

By Staff

The A Little Noon Music event scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled due to heating issues at the First United Methodist Church.  ...


Interior: Study to consider coal royalty rates, end to leasing

By Dennis Webb

The Obama administration said Wednesday that the Bureau of Land Management will study federal coal program reforms that could including anything from raising royalty rates to ending new leasing due to climate-change concerns. The prospects ...


Colorado’s governor won’t issue clean-air executive order

By The AP

DENVER — Citing backlash from Republicans, Colorado’s Democratic governor said Tuesday he has abandoned the idea of issuing an executive order to seek a one-third cut in greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. But Gov. John ...


Colorado lawmakers return to work under cloud of uncertainty

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are returning to work under a cloud of uncertainty Wednesday. The Democratic House and Republican Senate are waiting for cues from Washington and from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper about the priorities ...


Trump blasts intel agencies over report on Russia ties

By The AP

NEW YORK — Hours before his first news conference as president-elect, Donald Trump on Wednesday blasted U.S. intelligence agencies, blaming them for leaking unsubstantiated reports on his relationship with Russia and demanding, ...


Change TABOR? Yes

By The Daily Sentinel

For too many Republican lawmakers, the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is a sacred cow. Few are willing to support any tinkering of the law limiting government growth on fears that doing so leaves them vulnerable to fiscally conservative ...


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