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Suplizio Field selected as ‘09 Colorado field of the year

By Allen Gemaehlich

Suplizio Field hosts more baseball games than the Colorado Rockies has home games. For that to happen, it takes a crew of workers to keep in it playing condition. Their work is being recognized. Suplizio Field was selected the Colorado ...


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Playoff positioning: Fruita girls want to finish strong to get higher seed

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With only two weeks remaining in high school basketball’s regular season, crunch time has officially begun. The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team is well aware of what it has to do. The Wildcats have four games remaining ...


Turn up the radio

By Steve Beauregard

Last Thursday, I officially became old. It wasn’t my birthday. I just happened to be driving around when a song that was popular back in my high school days came on the radio. It was on the oldies station. You can imagine my reaction ...


Valentine’s Day opportunity not lost on Leroux Creek Winery

By Staff

This week brings us to Valentine’s Day, and if you’re just figuring that out, heaven help you with your plans for the weekend. It’s unfortunate, and I think a missed opportunity, to see how few local wineries are jumping on ...


Candidate for governor rips existing energy policy in Colorado

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Scott McInnis, good for the mining industry; Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper and the Democrats, bad. That, at least, was the former Republican congressman’s message Tuesday to about 200 people at the 112th National Western ...


Speaker: Mining industry not evil

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Guess who the villain is in the popular movie, “Avatar?” “It’s you, the mining industry,” Independence Institute president Jon Caldara told about 200 attendees of the 112th National Western Mining ...


Raise fines for damages to public lands, senators urge

By Dennis Webb

Two Colorado Democrats introduced a bill that would allow for drastically increased fines for damage to public lands caused by recreationists. U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and U.S. Rep. John Salazar said Tuesday the measure would let the Secretary of ...


Printed letters Feb. 10, 2010

By Staff

Supreme Court ruling leads to brainwashing Life as we once knew it is going downhill. Now the Supreme Court has gotten into the act, too. No ban on corporate political spending? Where is the will of the people in that one? I always thought ...


Freedom-to-float bill deserves quick passage in Legislature

By Bill Grant

Quick approval by the Colorado House Judiciary Committee on Rep. Kathleen Curry’s bill to permit commercial rafters to float rivers that cross private lands may bode well for this essential legislation as it moves through the House and ...


No legal fix needed for state liquor system

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s a problem that could drive business-oriented state lawmakers to drink. Some businesses in the state are lobbying hard for the right to expand their ability to sell liquor, arguing it will boost convenience and lower prices for ...


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