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Colo. governor says he discussed jobs for Romanoff

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter says he discussed possible jobs for former House Speaker Andrew Romanoff with the White House shortly after President Barack Obama took office. Ritter told Denver radio station KOA he also urged ...

Environmental groups to Salazar: Resign

By Dennis Webb

More than 100 scientists and conservation groups have signed a letter calling for the resignation of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, citing not only his handling of the Gulf oil spill but also the positions he has taken on issues in the ...

Sentinel to become part of auction team

By {screen_name}

Western Colorado will have a new access point to the auction world of the Internet later this month when boocoo auctions goes online. The auction site, which goes live on June 21, combines the convenience of local classified ...

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COOL Classrooms:  Students given opportunity to get both answers and behavior right

By Debra Dobbins

Teachers welcomed nearly 1,200 Extended Learning students back to school last Monday. A common goal for 74 educators is to get students’ scores in core subjects up to or beyond proficiency in just under five weeks. Cathy Haller, ...

Hickenlooper against Army’s Pinon Canyon expansion

By The AP

DENVER— Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper has come out against plans by the Army to expand training in Pinon Canyon. Hickenlooper made the comments Sunday evening during a campaign stop in Hoehne in southeastern ...

Utah man, 47, dies rafting in Colorado River

By Amy Hamilton

A 47-year-old Clearfield, Utah, man died Saturday while rafting with a commercial rafting company in the Colorado River near Moab. Rescuers attempted CPR on Lawrence Evaro, but were unable to revive the man after he fell out of a rubber raft ...

Cablevision buying Bresnan

By The AP

BETHPAGE, N.Y. — Cablevision said today it will pay $1.37 billion for mid-sized cable television provider Bresnan Communications, a move that will help the New York cable company expand into western states. Bresnan has cable systems in ...

Flooding still a possibility in northern Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Drier weather is on its way but flooding is still a possibility in northern Colorado. The National Weather Service says runoff from the weekend rains has raised the levels of the South Platte River in Weld County. A flood ...

Remains of missing Colorado airman found in Laos

By The AP

DENVER — The remains of an Air Force officer from Colorado who had been missing in action in southeast Asia since 1968 have been recovered and buried. Maj. Thomas B. Mitchell was among nine U.S. airman aboard a C-130 cargo plane over ...

Blotter, June 14, 2010

By Staff

Juvenile confrontation on Orchard Mesa Grand Junction police are investigating an incident Saturday on Orchard Mesa, where several juveniles threatened each other with weapons and one of them was assaulted. Sgt. Bill Baker said police were ...

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