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Email letters, July 13, 2016

By Staff

CPW should recommend lifetime suspension of licenses to poachers Congratulations to Colorado Parks and Wildlife Area Manager JT Romatzke and CPW employee Ryan Blair for their diligent work on making a sound case against the four men accused ...

Report: Pilot heard making mayday call before plane crash

By The AP

DENVER — A preliminary report on a small plane crash near Buena Vista has found that the pilot was heard making a mayday call over his radio before he went down. The report from the National Transportation Safety Board released Monday ...

2 Colorado natives named to US Olympic women’s soccer team

By The AP

DENVER — Two Colorado natives have been selected to compete on the national women’s soccer team in the 2016 Rio Games. The Denver Post reports Mallory Pugh, of Highlands Ranch, and Lindsey Horan, of Golden, were named to the ...

Printed Letters: July 13, 2016

By Staff

It’s time Mesa County took a new approach After reading the assessment of the overall rankings of Mesa County, I felt like I was reading about some Southern state, such as Mississippi. Of course, the prevailing politics of this area ...

Fear and guns and race

By Claudette Konola

I recently commented that I hoped there was not another shooting anytime soon, because I am tired of writing about gun violence. And then the universe bit me. Two black men were shot by police and one black man reacted by declaring war on the ...

Science exonerates fracking yet again

By The Daily Sentinel

Hydraulic fracturing isn’t polluting wells in northeastern Colorado with methane — an important scientific conclusion at a time when voters may be asked to consider banning the practice statewide. University of Colorado ...


Sculptures inspired by Bookcliff wild horses installed at new roundabouts

By Amy Hamilton

Local wild horse lovers may enjoy the connection between their beloved animals and the new sculptures in the pair of new roundabouts on Horizon Drive. Vermont-based sculptor Joseph Fichter was so inspired by a 2014 visit to the Little ...


Defense motions 
in murder trial 
fail to sway judge

By Gabrielle Porter

The judge presiding over Lester Jones’ upcoming first-degree murder trial has sided with prosecutors in several decisions, including denying defense attorneys’ requests to dismiss the case entirely. Mesa County District Judge ...

Ursa plan draws fire at meeting in GarCo

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Area residents peppered Ursa Resources officials with questions on Tuesday about its local drilling plans, and particularly its proposal to drill for natural gas near Grand Valley High School in Parachute. “Why ...

Congress advised about potential of Mancos Shale gas

By Dennis Webb

Local energy company officials on Tuesday told a congressional panel a giant shale gas resource can be developed in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin if the industry can gain adequate access, while others said the size of the resource ...

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