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Palisade should reject marijuana dispensary

By The Daily Sentinel

As a letter to the editor on this page indicates, voters in Palisade actually face two ballot measures related to medical marijuana this election cycle. The first, Referred Measure 2A, would allow the town of Palisade to levy a tax of $5 for ...

Printed letters, Oct. 19, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s Oct. 5 article about the environmental groups opposing energy development on the Roan Plateau was terribly one-sided, so one-sided that not once did the writer use the word that best describes why the Roan should be ...

Air Force environmental assessment is a ‘FONSI scheme’

By Bill Grant

The recently released Environmental Assessment of the Air Force’s plan to turn the Western Slope of Colorado into a Low Altitude Tactical Navigation training area for the controversial new C-22 Ospreys and their companion MC-130J ...

Organizers: cycling race generated $83M for Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Organizers of the inaugural USA Pro Cycling Challenge said the weeklong bicycle race attracted more than 1 million spectators and produced an economic impact on Colorado of $83.5 million. Levi Leipheimer won the 518-mile race ...

Vigil set for 6 killed in eastern Colorado crash

By The AP

EADS — A candlelight vigil and tree planting is being held at a park east of Kit Carson High School for six people killed in eastern Colorado crash. The vigil will be held at Prairie Park on Tuesday night for members of the ...

Email letters, Oct. 18, 2011

By Staff

Not all state employees are classified staff I am a computer tech at Colorado Mesa University. The work I do supports our local university and ensures that our economy is prepared for the future. All too often, politicians try to score ...

Colorado lawmakers consider low-flow toilets

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers on the Water Conservation Review Committee are questioning whether the government has a place in citizens’ bathrooms. Legislation that was discussed Monday would apply to toilets that are being ...

BLM worker gets citation after stopping train

By The AP

BOND — A federal Bureau of Land Management worker got a citation after he was spotted lying on train tracks, forcing a train to come to an emergency halt. The man told authorities he was taking pictures of the train approaching in the ...

Executive: Oil shale on brink of ‘renaissance’

By {screen_name}

GOLDEN — Technical advances in the development of oil shale as an energy resource have rendered the rock capable of being used to drive the modern economy, the executive director of the National Oil Shale Association said ...

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Candidate email rattles District 51 teachers, union

By {screen_name}

Despite concern from some of the people who received it, it does not appear an email school board candidate Ann Tisue sent last week to 1,600 District 51 employees violated any campaign laws. But some of its content is being disputed by the ...

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