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Local Briefs, March 18, 2011

By Staff

Students receive honors Stephanie Linsley, a Central High School student, has been awarded a 2011 Boettcher Foundation Scholarship, which covers most college expenses. Charlie Reicks of Grand Junction was named to the dean’s list at ...


Calendar: Week of March 18, 2011

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 18 Jack + Jill, alternative folk rock, 7 p.m., DoubleTree Hotel patio, 743 Horizon Drive, ages 21 and older, 241-8888. Intertwined, unplugged, 10 p.m., The Rockslide, 401 Main St., ages 21 and older, 245-2111. Bernie Nelson, ...


Aurora police kill suspect in officer shooting

By The AP

AURORA — A man who was suspected of wounding an Aurora police officer during a traffic stop is dead following a standoff with police. Police said the man was shot and killed Friday morning. Police said the man barricaded himself in a ...


Ethics panel to review CO senator’s expense claims

By The AP

DENVER — A bipartisan ethics panel has been named to review per diem payments to Colorado Senate’s Democratic leader. The Senate appointed a panel on Friday to look into the money claimed by Sen. John Morse of Colorado ...


Man, 20, killed in Boulder shooting near CU

By The AP

BOULDER — A 20-year-old man is dead in Boulder after being shot in an apparent attempted robbery. Police say the shooting happened around 2 a.m. Friday on University Hill near the University of Colorado. The victim wasn’t a ...


Caprock Academy

By Staff

Caprock Academy opened its doors in July 2007 as a public, tuition free charter school, serving 288 Kindergarten to seventh grade students. We have grown to 460 students and offer classes from Kindergarten to 10th grade. Our current 10th grade ...


How broke is Colorado? Specifics due Friday

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado politicians have been warning for months that next fiscal year will be full of painful cuts, from teacher layoffs to a possible prison closure. But so far, state budget-writers have only been able to guess that next ...


Vote on possible Colo. nuke plant set for April

By The AP

PUEBLO — Pueblo County commissioners won’t vote until next month on whether to open the door to the construction of a nuclear power plant. Local lawyer Don Banner has proposed an energy park on 24,000 acres that would include ...


For that much money, it better do the dishes, too

By Penny Stine

I was scrolling through headlines the other day when I saw one about a $625 cookbook. Now, I love cookbooks. In spite of all the online recipe sites, which I frequent fairly often, I still buy the occasional cookbook. Especially if it’s ...


Divas Cutout

Blooming ideas on a budget

By Special to the Sentinel

Spring is right around the corner and we’re all thinking about the projects we still have to finish from last year or maybe even before that. Take it from me, you can have style on a budget. You can create a modern home while adhering ...


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