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Madison marching, NFL whining and a movement past its prime

By Josh Penry

The labor movement in America has a lot in common with latter-day environmentalists. They’re both powerful interest groups that, having served a vital purpose at previous points in American history, just can’t bring themselves to ...


Setback for MSC workers

By The Daily Sentinel

It is disappointing that a bill to give classified employees of Mesa State College the chance to opt out of the state personnel system was killed by Democrats in a Senate committee this week. The bill originated with college employees who ...


Tough climb demands energy and endurance

By The Daily Sentinel

When local supporters of the Quiznos Pro Challenge bike race gather later this morning with John Wessels, regional director of the National Park Service, they no doubt will give him an earful about why a portion of the race should be allowed ...


8th Annual Jolly Construction, Inc. Golf Tournament

By Staff

When:  April 17th Where:  The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa Cost:  $500 (includes lunch and golf cart) The Jolly Construction Golf Tournament is an annual fundraiser for the Riverside Educational Center, an after school tutoring ...


Lagging Capitol dome fundraiser getting ad boost

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers hope the sluggish Capitol dome fundraiser gets a boost from a Denver television station that has agreed to promote it. KUSA-TV has agreed to donate $500,000 worth of advertising over the next two years to the ...


Concussion training bill clears Colo. Legislature

By The AP

DENVER — A concussion-prevention bill that requires more youth coaches to be trained in recognizing head injuries has cleared the Colorado Legislature and now awaits only the governor’s signature. The Senate agreed Thursday to add ...


‘Ho-Hum Bandit’ suspected in Colo. bank robbery

By The AP

DENVER — The FBI believe a bank robber who has held up banks on the West Coast has struck in Colorado. Authorities have dubbed him the “Ho-Hum Bandit” because of his bland appearance. The FBI says a man fitting his ...


Columbine dad joins push for national gun bill

By The AP

DENVER — The father of a Columbine shooting victim who has since become a prominent gun-control advocate is at the Colorado Capitol to push for increased background checks for guns. Tom Mauser, father of Daniel Mauser, planned to join ...


Garfield sheriff again returns excess funds

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario again has come millions of dollars under budget and returned the excess money to the county general fund. The sheriff’s office is returning $2.89 million after spending less than $16 million of the ...


Chropractic and Acupuncture Clinic, P.C.

By Staff

Chiropractic and Acupuncture Clinic, P.C. continues its commitment of providing the highest quality Chiropractic Care and Acupuncture care to the people of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. The practice was founded 35 years ago by Dr. Cheryl ...


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