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Give students more incentives to learn

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The Colorado Legislature has adjourned, but not without doing more damage than usual. Not the least of the destruction was waged when the legislators waddled their substantial posteriors into the classroom and proceeded to pontificate on ...

Hikers on fourteeners may have to pay fees

By The AP

DENVER — Hikers who tackle some of Colorado’s highest peaks could soon face a toll beyond the physical. The federal government is considering charging hikers up to $20 to access popular mountaintops. The U.S. Forest Service said ...

Colorado man headed to Nepal to find daughter

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado man whose daughter is overdue from a trek in Nepal is traveling there to try to find her . Paul Sacco of Greeley had a flight today to Nepal. He and his wife haven’t heard from their 23-year-old daughter, Aubrey ...

Priest accused of sexual misconduct on leave

By The AP

DENVER — Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput has placed a Roman Catholic priest on administrative leave following an allegation of sexual misconduct with a minor. Chaput said this weekend that he received “a credible ...

Voter pique resulting in ‘throw ‘em out’ mood

By The Daily Sentinel

Longtime Utah Sen. Bob Bennett was knocked out of his re-election race May 8 by members of his own party who apparently found him insufficiently conservative. But it isn’t just Republicans facing voters’ wrath. Incumbents of all ...

Judge to parties: Settle or litigate shale lawsuits

By Dennis Webb

Nine is enough. That’s the message from a judge after the federal government requested a ninth delay in responding to two suits filed in January 2009 over Department of Interior actions on oil shale. Colorado U.S. District Court Judge ...

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Rose lovers are blue

By Amy Hamilton

It’s going to take some rose-colored glasses for Grand Valley gardeners to find some good news as they inspect their rose bushes this spring. A surprising and regrettable thing happened this winter as relentless cold weather locked the ...

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Feds take case of dumped dynamite

By Melinda Mawdsley

Federal authorities are looking into who purchased the approximately 16 pounds of dynamite found north of Loma. Investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, or ATF, want to know who bought the dynamite, ...

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Museum donates stuffed specimens to Mesa State

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The Museum of Western Colorado’s collection of stuffed birds and small mammals has flown the coop to Mesa State College, where the animals, most of them frozen by taxidermy in lifelike poses, will be used by students and others. The ...

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Silbernagel at Sentinel: 30 years as observer, critic, commentator

By Laurena Mayne Davis

The week Bob Silbernagel’s byline first topped a story in The Daily Sentinel, the newspaper inked editorials protesting President Carter’s 10 cent a gallon fuel tax and condemning Russia’s invasion of Afghanistan as ...

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