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Interior will look at oil, gas land more closely before leasing

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Asserting that “almost nobody is happy with the status quo,” Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said the federal government will take more time to study federal lands that overlay oil and gas sources to determine if they’re ...


Blotter, Jan. 7, 2010

By Staff

Drugs alleged in arrest Shawn Alan Gray, 51, 620 Serenade St., was arrested Tuesday after Western Colorado Drug Task Force officers stopped him for a traffic violation and found him in possession of suspected methamphetamine. Gray could face ...


Would-be Palisade High School bomber gets deferred sentence

By Paul Shockley

A student jailed in September after trying to obtain explosives and threatening to “go Columbine” on Palisade High School has a chance to avoid a felony conviction. Robert Dell Johnson, 18, received a four-year deferred judgment, ...


Printed letters, Jan. 7, 2010

By Staff

Teaching evolution is critical to our future In a recent letter to the editor, Mike Nevins railed against The Daily Sentinel for publishing an article about atheists on the Faith page. I commend the Sentinel for recognizing there are many ...


Printed letters, Jan. 6, 2010

By Staff

I commend The Daily Sentinel for the research apparent in your eight-part “Energy Alley” series. But the overall optimistic forecast for the extraction industry didn’t pay much mind to the known social, environmental, health ...


‘Pin action’ from East Coast knocks Ritter from the race

By Rick Wagner

In bowling, one of the things that experts discuss is the concept of “pin action.” This refers to the chain reaction that is set off among pins as others are knocked from their positions. Pin action seems to have knocked off our ...


Bowl Confusion Series

By Staff

The executives of the Bowl Championship Series got just what they hoped for this year. When the University of Alabama and the University of Texas square off in the Rose Bowl tonight for the BCS championship game, two undefeated teams from ...


Gov. Ritter’s decision causes political storm

By Staff

The old bromide about Colorado’s weather is: “If you don’t like it, wait a bit. It will change.” That notion could apply to the state’s political climate these days as well. Gov. Bill Ritter’s announcement ...


Step outside with new Colorado State Parks guide

By Dave Buchanan

If you find yourself stuck with the post-holiday blahs, or maybe in need of a little push to start that New Year’s resolution to get more exercise, here is an idea. Those ever-helpful folks at Colorado State Parks recently published ...


Telluride adding night lights to terrain park

By Dave Buchanan

Telluride Ski Resort Chief Executive Officer Dave Riley announced Sunday that the resort will add night riding to its menu of on-snow activities. A lighted terrain park and superpipe will be developed just above Heritage Plaza at Mountain ...


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