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Frontier wants to downsize at Denver International Airport

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines is looking to cut back on the number of gates it leases at Denver International Airport as part of its effort to become an ultra-low-cost carrier. The Denver Post reports the Denver-based airline has a ...

Naropa University withdraws application to kill prairie dogs

By The AP

BOULDER— After weeks of backlash from activists, Naropa University has withdrawn its application for a city permit to kill about 100 prairie dogs on the school’s east Boulder campus. The Daily Camera reports that after the ...

Colorado high school suspends 7 athletes over alcohol, pot

By The AP

DURANGO — A Colorado high school has suspended seven members of its boys cross country team after discovering marijuana and alcohol in their hotel room. The Durango Herald reports that the Durango High School athletes were staying in a ...

On Food: Plenty of reasons to like apples

By Dixie Burmeister

When my husband, Fred, and I were young and dating, Fred noticed I loved apples and used to bring me a beautiful apple when picking me up for a date. While we’re not so young now, he still brings me apples and I still love them, ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 7, 2015

By Staff

Panhandling will stop when we stop giving The American Civil Liberties Union should be listed alongside WildEarth Guardians as far as radical is concerned. They again are suing and winning every panhandler case in Colorado due to very liberal ...

A problem worth revisiting

By The Daily Sentinel

Is there anything that tests a community’s character more than dealing with vagrants? It’s fair to question whether providing shelter and services to the degree that this area becomes attractive to the transient population is good ...

Never underestimate the power of a mom

By Claudette Konola

We’ve heard arguments from the National Rifle Association about why we need more guns. The NRA represents a very small minority of Americans. Their job is to convince Americans to buy more guns and legislators that guns cannot be ...


Home sweet home

By Patti Arnold

Dave Fleming was only half-joking when he said one of his biggest concerns this week is that the Colorado Mesa volleyball players don’t accidentally hop on a bus this week. The Mavericks have had only one home weekend so far this ...


‘They help keep me going’

By Jon Mitchell

SILT — Jenny LaBaw has put a lot of things in perspective during her 500-mile trek, including the overall distance she’s running. “I ran the Colorado Marathon (in Fort Collins) back in 2006 and swore that I’d never run ...


Underclassmen lead Tigers past Central

By Matt Meyer

The seniors initially took center stage for the Grand Junction High School boys soccer team Tuesday night. For Senior Night against Central, Tigers coach Stephen Latta started an all-senior lineup. But when the underclassmen — ...

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