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E-mail letters, March 9, 2010

By Staff

State helmet law can help protect kids The on-line editorial, “Over the Top,” by Bob Silbernagel ignores the propensity of teenagers to sometimes disregard parental guidelines. My 17-year-old daughter was required to wear her ...

Penry clings to past as renewable energy program advances

By Bill Grant

Leading his entire Republican caucus to vote against Governor Bill Ritter’s proposed renewable energy standard expansion, Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry seems at war with himself. In one persona he is a forward-looking conservative ...

A sage decision

By The Daily Sentinel

Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar stepped into a thicket of sage grouse controversy last year. So, when he issued a decision last week, it was inevitable that he would take fire from one side or the other in the dispute. Sure enough, an ...

Printed letter, March 10, 2010

By Staff

Immigration reform can benefit all of us Letter writer Dana Isham expresses a widely held fear that reform of our immigration law will cause difficulty for the American worker and for our economy. His fear has been heard throughout the history ...

Rocky road ahead

By The Daily Sentinel

Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon was considered an engineering marvel when it was designed in the 1970s and constructed in the ‘80s and ‘90s. At the time, it was also the most expensive section of interstate highway not in a ...

Marathon Oil to drill 25 more wells in north Wyo

By The AP

CODY — Marathon Oil is expanding its operations in northern Wyoming after two years of not drilling any new wells. Bob Whisonant of Marathon Oil says while most of the easily reached oil in the area has been found since it was ...

Southwest Colorado DA faces DUI charge

By The AP

CORTEZ — A southwest Colorado prosecutor has been arrested on charges of driving under the influence. James Warren Wilson, district attorney for Montezuma and Dolores counties, was pulled over by a state trooper on Feb. 21 near Buena ...

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Spring gardening workshops a bloomin’ deal

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The everyday habits of a backyard gardener can have detrimental effects to the commercial orchards and gardens in the Grand Valley. That’s why it’s important to know how to prune, plant and spray insecticide properly, according ...

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Donald Tyler: Carving out a niche

By Allen Gemaehlich

Donald Tyler spends the majority of his days in a narrow utility room, working on his favorite hobby — woodcarving. The retired physician spends several hours a day carving bird sculptures. It usually takes 50 to 60 hours for each bird, ...

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Jeanne Urbach turned a life of music into a career

By Melinda Mawdsley

Her path into music was perhaps nontraditional. Jeanne Urbach neither started on a musical instrument as a young child nor was inspired to perform by listening to others play. Instead, Urbach picked up the cello at 14 years old because she ...

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