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Timeout, May 9, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


Speaker: Exploit natural gas now

By {screen_name}

Western Colorado should seize what appears to be a momentary chance to export natural gas from the Piceance Basin to international markets, an industry expert said Wednesday. “I see a window of opportunity of maybe 10 years, but we have ...

Mavs roll to victory over Mines in RMAC opener

By {screen_name}

Colton Little was 3 for 6 with four RBI and Jared Christensen pitched 8 1/3 innings to lead Colorado Mesa to a 13-5 victory over the Colorado School of Mines in its RMAC Baseball Tournament opener in Pueblo. The No. 22-ranked Mavericks ...

Email Letters, May 9, 2012

By Bob Silbernagel

BLM plan isn’t right for oil shale development I agree with The National Parks Conservation Association that the Bush-era plan be revised, and that the BLM’s preferred alternative allows far too many impacts. We should adopt a ...

Marijuana DUI bill would have offered safeguards for accused

By Rick Wagner

If nothing else can be said about State Sen. Steve King’s bill to set permissible blood levels of marijuana while driving, it certainly has received quite a bit of attention. Iconic websites such as,, ...

‘Park’ brand remains the best there is

By The Daily Sentinel

Explaining the “monument” part of Colorado National Monument to visitors has always been difficult. After all, there is no bronze statue or marble obelisk to show them. There is only the grandeur of the natural elements — the ...

Printed letters, May 10, 2012

By Staff

Serving customers is a basic rule for any company wishing to achieve financial success in business. But today’s Daily Sentinel is now exhibiting a significant blind spot in that regard. Here’s an example: Last week, a friend told ...

Email Letters, May 8, 2012

By Bob Silbernagel

Zero tolerance rears its ugly head again Last week the media reported a story which I believe sends a disturbing message. That is, it’s possible today for absurdity to triumph over common sense. For example, the story was about a ...

Hickenlooper calls for special session on civil unions

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper called state lawmakers into a special session starting as early as Friday in an effort try again on passing a civil unions law for same-sex couples. The governor, near tears in making the announcement, ...

Retired prof arrested for alleged sex assault on child

By Dennis Webb

Authorities in Chaffee County have arrested an 81-year-old author and retired Cornell University professor now living outside Carbondale for alleged sexual assault on a child. Detectives from the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office and the ...

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