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Getting It Right, July 12, 2012

By Staff

A column by Bill Grant on Page 4A Wednesday incorrectly referred to a lawsuit between Marilyn Marks and Pitkin County. The lawsuit is between Marks and the city of Aspen.  ...


Blotter, July 12, 2012

By Staff

Man accused of theft Michael James McCoy, 31, of Durango, was arrested Monday afternoon on suspicion of burglary and theft, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Officers caught him fleeing from Dos Hombres, 421 Brach Drive, ...


Longmont solar firm has many similarities with Solyndra

By Rick Wagner

Interesting news on a story we have been following here at the bottom of the page for a while that will mainly be of interest to taxpayers, which is starting to narrow the audience. You probably haven’t heard too much about it, as it ...


Examine enterprise zones with caution

By The Daily Sentinel

Meetings that began in Denver this week are reviewing the state’s enterprise zones, which were created with the intention of aiding business and job development in economically vulnerable areas. The enterprise-zone program — which ...


Printed letters, July 12, 2012

By Staff

A recent Daily Sentinel opinion piece by Krystyn Hartman, encouraging development of the Avalon Theatre, is timely and worthy of serious consideration. Calling her readers to notice Houston’s marvelous venues built there over the years ...


Natural gas supports healthy job growth in Colorado

By Guest Columnist

Colorado is at the forefront of domestic natural gas development and, according to a recent study by IHS Global Insight, the state will benefit from this development with substantial and sustained job growth. In Colorado, development of ...


37 evacuated homes burglarized during Springs fire

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Thirty-seven homes that were evacuated during the Waldo Canyon Fire were burglarized and Colorado Springs authorities are offering up to $50,000 for information on the culprits. Colorado Springs police spokeswoman ...


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From source to sea: filmmakers chronicle rivers

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Will Stauffer-Norris and Zak Podmore wanted get a personal look at Colorado’s water issues. They got a 1,700 mile look that spanned over 113 days in kayaks on the Green and Colorado rivers. Their goal was to follow the water from ...


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Irish music at Naggy McGee’s

By Melinda Mawdsley

The servers at Naggy McGee’s Irish Pub walked across the wooden floor to the beat of their own bodhrán. For the past four years, the bodhrán has been a consistent presence at Naggy McGee’s thanks to Ron Young, who ...


Email letters, July 11, 2012

By Staff

Patrons of the arts deserve more amenities than Avalon can offer According to letters to the Sentinel, it appears others also see the folly in pouring millions of dollars into the Avalon Theatre in its current location. The Avalon is not a ...


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