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Senator: Ease rules to aid mine cleanups

By Matthew Berger

Sen. Mark Udall continued a 10-year effort to make it easier for “good Samaritans” to intervene to protect waterways from the pollution draining from the abandoned hard-rock mines that dot the West. He cited Government ...


Road trip: Feb. 17-23

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. ■ Ani DiFranco — Belly Up, Aspen, March 1. ■ The Funky Meters — Fox Theatre, Boulder, March 1. ■ Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band ...


Lamborn-Tipton shale proposal doomed to failure in Senate

By Bill Grant

The conflict over developing shale oil resources in the Green River Formation pits Republican magical thinking against Democratic realism. On one side is the belief that government stimulation can precipitate a commercial oil shale boom. The ...


Printed letters, Feb. 15, 2012

By Staff

Now that the ethics inquiry regarding Rep. Laura Bradford has foundered because there was nothing there to inquire about, it is time to form a new panel to investigate House Speaker Frank McNulty. He has exhibited bad behavior, merely because ...


Marks’ lawsuit onballots is premature

By The Daily Sentinel

Aspen resident Marilyn Marks has been making her concerns about Colorado’s voting process known for some time, both in legal venues and public forums. We don’t agree with all of her efforts, but we recognize that she has raised ...


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OutFit: Spring shoes

By Ivy Parnasius

Fashion Rule No. 107 — You can never have too many pairs of shoes. This rule is especially wonderful right now because the spring shoes are fabulous. Here is a quick preview of the hottest trends. ■ Color — Look for vivid ...


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Grant takes classroom poetry to the streets

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It was just a little apple that inspired Emerson Wilson to write a poem. Or perhaps it was the real live writer who taught her class at Pomona Elementary about creativeness and prose for six weeks last fall as part of the Writers in the ...


On stage: Feb. 16-23

By Staff

Central High School “Our Miss Brooks,” 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 23–24, and 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, Central High School, 550 Warrior Way, 254-6200. Colorado Mesa University “Crazy For You,” The New ...


Forest Service delivers setback to coal mine expansion

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has reversed a previous decision that would help allow for expansion of the West Elk coal mine near Somerset into a roadless area. However, while conservationists are praising the action by the agency’s Rocky ...


Email letters, Feb. 14, 2012

By Staff

Bill will help prevent suicide Colorado has the sixth highest rate of suicide in the nation. 867 Coloradans died by suicide in 2010. The largest number of suicides is among men of working age, 35 to 54. These men are sons, husbands, fathers, ...


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