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Denver moves to reduce jail sentences to avoid deportations

By The AP

DENVER — Denver is moving to reduce the sentences of most municipal offenses to help immigrants avoid deportation. The Denver Post reports Mayor Michael Hancock wants to change the potential amount of time people serve in jail for less ...


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Cheaper housing on campus

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University officials are lowering the costs of on-campus housing in an effort to make it more affordable for new students to live on campus, a plan motivated by the increased success of students who spend their first years living ...


Man arrested after 4-year-old found dead in Colorado home

By The AP

BROOMFIELD — Police have arrested a man after a 4-year-old boy was found dead in a Colorado home. Broomfield police spokeswoman Joleen Reefe says 25-year-old Emanuel Doll was arrested Thursday on a homicide charge after the boy was ...


Broncos find their left tackle in first round of NFL draft

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — John Elway continued injecting some venom into his offensive line Thursday night when he selected Utah left tackle Garett Bolles with the 20th pick of the NFL draft. That’s the lowest the first O-lineman has ever come ...


Immigrants plan May Day rallies buoyed by Trump opposition

By The AP

CHICAGO — Immigrant groups and their allies have joined forces to carry out marches, rallies and protests in cities nationwide next week to mark May Day, saying there’s renewed momentum to fight back against Trump administration ...


Printed Letters: April 28, 2017

By Staff

Sen. Gardner, support BLM methane rule The Bureau of Land Management’s Methane Waste Prevention Rule is sensible, sound public policy. Colorado College’s State of the Rockies Project released poll results in January 2017 revealing ...


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Eating tofu in the dark

By Greg Walcher

The U.N. International Panel on Climate Change has warned for 29 years about greenhouse gases warming the planet beyond its ability to sustain life. They say the most harmful gas is methane, and the largest source of methane emissions is ...


Commissioners must consider ‘de-Brucing’

By The Daily Sentinel

Two recent developments should have Mesa County commissioners looking at some aspect of “de-Brucing,” or asking voters to allow the county to retain revenue in excess of limits imposed by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. The ...


USA Cycling Para-cycling results, April 27, 2017

By Staff

USA Cycling Para-cycling Nationals Thursday at Glade Park Men H-1 1. James Dubose, 37:15.59; 2. Barry Wilcox, 38:26.37; 3. Robert Zilny, 1:04.58. H-2 1. William Groulx, 42:42.18; 2. Anthony Pedeferri, 51:28.87; 3. Gerlad Cuzick, ...


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Put me in, Skip

By Patti Arnold

To be a championship baseball team, you need to be good at all three phases. Colorado Mesa’s checklist: Pitching. The Mavericks’ staff has a conference-leading 3.33 ERA, more than two points higher than any other team in the ...


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