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Missing Colorado sisters found in New Mexico

By The AP

ALTO, N.M. — A Colorado woman accused of unlawfully taking her two daughters and triggering an Amber Alert has been apprehended in New Mexico. Authorities say 30-year-old Kallisha Hughes and her children were found unharmed in the city ...

Maroon Bells climbers separated before accident

By The AP

ASPEN — Two climbers who ran into trouble after summiting North Maroon Peak on Wednesday became separated nearly two days before a rescue team was able to reach one of them. Jarod Wetherell had died by the time a search and rescue team ...

Big game hunting means big money for Colorado

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Big game hunting means big money for businesses across Colorado as the state’s nearly $1 billion hunting industry opened its first rifle season Saturday. It’s now prime time for elk hunting as hunters don ...

Gardner for U.S. Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Mark Udall is the senior U.S. senator representing Colorado in Congress and we think he’s done a more-than-adequate job providing a moderate voice on a host of issues despite his opponent’s attempt to brand him as a liberal ...

Re-elect Tipton to U.S. House

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve been a frequent critic of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, mostly for his refusal to support legislation to make Colorado National Monument a national park. Despite what we consider a failure of leadership, it would be unfair to judge ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

MCSO insider supports Lewis I work with Sgt. Matt Lewis and Deputy Pat Arotin at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. I have had the opportunity to work with both of them on our SWAT team as well as on patrol teams. I have known Sgt. Lewis ...

Federal power plant rule 
a bad deal for everyone

By Guest Columnist

By Jerry Sonnenberg It is virtually impossible to overstate the importance of readily available access to safe, affordable and reliable energy to individual prosperity and economic well-being. Energy impacts nearly all aspects of life, from ...

Pre-existing conditions at heart of the health-care debate

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko Pre-existing health condition:  a health problem that exists prior to an individual seeking health insurance. Are you still confused about health reform four years after the Affordable Care Act was passed by ...

Colorado has room to grow to be truly healthy

By Guest Columnist

By Jake Williams You might know that Colorado is home to the leanest population in the nation, but here are some facts you might not know: ■ We Coloradans may be skinny overall, but Colorado kids are not getting enough exercise and a ...

GarCo School District 16 looks to voters for more funds

By Dennis Webb

After several years of trying to do more with less, Garfield County School District No. 16 is hoping voters will give it the chance to do more with more. The district, serving Parachute, Battlement Mesa and the surrounding region, is asking ...

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