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Artifact cases will proceed despite source’s death

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal prosecutors in Utah say that despite the death of an undercover informant they’ll move ahead with cases against more than 20 people charged after a long-running artifacts looting investigation. Acting U.S. ...


Shooting the gap: Info has to cross synapses

By Staff

Here’s an old war story. Two men appeared out of the trees on the far side and started waving at me and hollering, “Medic!” I reached behind me, grabbed the aid bag and clambered out of the top hatch of the armored personnel ...


Laugh away. These comics strips can take it

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Who couldn’t use a laugh these days? We’re giving you three more opportunities to tickle your funny bone with new comic strips starting Monday in The Daily Sentinel. Follow the caustic commentary of critters in “Pearls ...


More evidence government entities often perform badly

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The axiom goes that if you expect the government to perform badly, you will never be disappointed. Last week put even that grim assessment to the test, kind of like Hurricane Katrina without all that water. A short sampling of occurrences ...


Use these ideas to shake off the winter blues

By Staff

Oh, for the love of sunshine and gentle breezes ... Spring, for heaven’s sake, get here already! For those who are ready to see more green grass and less gray sky, here are some ideas for getting in the spring spirit, even if it means ...


Best of Bridge, March 7, 2010

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games. Feb. 23, north/south: Sue Carson and Audrey Murphy; David Hoch and Rocky Otto; Linda Scibienski and Linda Deaton. East/west: Betty Johnson and Ann Johnson; Jane Spears and Alison Regan; Ronald Robson ...


Snow hits valley; accumulation expected in mountains

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The heavy, wet snowfall in the Grand Valley this morning should taper off this afternoon, but the higher elevations of western Colorado are in for some significant accumulation. A winter weather advisory remains in place until 6 p.m. today ...


Jet with 74 aboard makes emergency landing in Aspen Sunday

By The AP

ASPEN — Officials say a jet carrying 74 people made an emergency landing at the Aspen airport after smoke entered the pilot’s cabin. Pitkin County Sheriff’s Deputy Alex Burchetta says SkyWest Airlines flight 5940 made a safe ...


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Traffic light signaling expansion for Fruita

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Construction will begin this week to install a traffic signal and widen one of Fruita’s busiest intersections. Workers will replace a four-way stop at Colorado Highway 340 and Aspen Avenue and with a signal and install curb, gutter ...


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I-70 reopening not expected soon after rockfall

By Dennis Webb

Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon “is not expected to open any time soon” after rockfall caused major damage overnight, the Colorado Department of Transportation says. The agency says about 20 boulders fell onto about 100 ...


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