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Email letters, February 25, 2016

By Staff

There is no place in our democracy for bans on responsible scientific research We have another dead Colorado deputy, another mass shooting and roughly 50 people killed per day by firearms, not including suicides. Doesn’t it seem ...

Colorado health officials report mumps outbreak

By The AP

DENVER — State health officials are warning hospitals to be on the lookout for potential mumps patients as four cases have been confirmed in Denver and two other probable cases are under investigation. The Denver Post reports that the ...

Friend: Man who shot Colorado deputies at ‘end of his rope’

By The AP

BAILEY — Martin Wirth spent recent years fuming over police brutality and corrupt mortgage companies, fueled by his own run-ins with the law and a yearslong battle to salvage his two-story home in the forested Colorado mountains from ...

Prosecutor: 63 indicted for Colorado, Nebraska meth deals

By The AP

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. — A federal prosecutor says a yearlong investigation by several Nebraska, Colorado and federal law enforcement agencies has resulted in drug indictments of 63 people. U.S. Attorney Deborah Gilg (gihlj), of Nebraska, ...

Super Tuesday suspense lacking

By Rick Wagner

Most of us feel the excitement in the air for next week’s “Super Tuesday” selection by more or less 11 states to show their preference in the upcoming presidential race. Most of the states involved will be awarding ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 25, 2016

By Staff

Sports arena is not a viable investment for our community I just returned home from a business trip in Florida and read the Feb. 18 article about the proposed $62 million sports arena. My initial and long-term reaction is: what an incredibly ...

The Best Slope!

By The Daily Sentinel

In case you missed it, the state high school wrestling finals in Denver last weekend yielded eight individual state champions from Western Slope communities. Led by four-time state champion T.J. Shelton, Meeker claimed three individual gold ...

Taking the plunge

By The Daily Sentinel

Palisade’s mayor pro tempore, Dave Edwards, struck the right balance during Tuesday’s discussion about the proposed Palisade Plunge trail. Ideally, the trail can be configured so it doesn’t affect residents who live along ...

Mavericks drop from regional basketball rankings despite pair of victories

By Staff

College Basketball Mavericks drop from regional rankings despite pair of victories Despite winning twice last week, the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team fell out of the top 10 in the South Central Region rankings released ...


Defense first

By Matt Meyer

On paper, fourth-seeded Fruita Monument is a polar opposite of its second-round opponent in the Class 5A girls basketball playoffs, No. 5 Chaparral. The Wolverines (18-6) dispatched Overland 65-39 in a first-round game Tuesday, using a lineup ...

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