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061510 Protocamp Mojo

Protocampers make rockets and hovercars

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When a Mentos candy is dropped into a two-liter bottle of diet Coke, it causes a reaction called nucleation, which in turn causes the soda to spew like a geyser. Plus, it just looks really cool. That’s only one of the many fun science ...


Colorado city is first to ban pot shops

By The AP

SUPERIOR — The Boulder County town of Superior is the first in Colorado to ban medical marijuana shops after a state law last week allowed such actions. Superior town council members voted 6-0 Monday to ban dispensaries. Other towns, ...


Colorado man on alleged bin Laden hunt caught in Pakistan

By The AP

ISLAMABAD — A man armed with a pistol and a 40-inch sword was detained in northern Pakistan as he tried to cross the border into Afghanistan on a mission to avenge the 9/11 attacks and kill Osama bin Laden, police said today. Police ...


Colorado rafting dispute settled, for now

By The AP

DENVER — A fiery dispute between Colorado river rafters and a property owner who didn’t want paddlers floating by has been settled. But rafters say a longterm decision over who owns riverways is needed. Gov. Bill Ritter’s ...


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Haute Talk: Dangerous activities

By Robin Dearing

The Haute Mamas pose the question: What activities are too dangerous for kids?  ...


061510 Book Giveaway Mojo

Free book giveaway attracts hundreds

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The annual School District 51 Book Giveaway opened the doors at Pomona Elementary School Tuesday morning to a large crowd of scavengers. “We’ve already seen at least 500 people,” said Juddah Raine, text book technician for ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report, June 15, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Variable Conditions The runoff is fast and furious! However, all indications are that this will be a strong, but quick event this year. Look for extreme conditions to last a few more weeks, depending on the location. Once ...


Flood warning continues in northern Colorado

By The AP

GREELEY- Roads in and around Greeley remain closed because of flooding from the Poudre River. Low-lying land and trails from southern Windsor to northern Greeley were also flooded today. Water levels are expected to drop today but a flood ...


Body found in canyon was girl reported missing

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The body found in a canyon in El Paso County has been identified as a missing 17-year-old girl. Sydney Causey’s body was found Sunday near a rock formation called Punch Bowls. Her father had reported her missing ...


Groups begin call for ouster of interior secretary Salazar

By Dennis Webb

More than 100 scientists and environmental groups have signed a letter asking President Barack Obama to request the resignation of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, while other leading conservation organizations continue to strongly support ...


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