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Laura Bradford answered call to serve, and did so admirably

By Josh Penry

Like a lot of folks, I suspect, I have decidedly mixed feelings about Laura Bradford’s decision to leave the Legislature. The turmoil of recent days left many of Laura’s most ardent backers bemused, but Rep. Bradford still has a ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2012

By Staff

Those were three very interesting letters in the April 8 edition of The Daily Sentinel. The long term cost per kilowatt hour of wind power from existing technology, as Randy Litwiller inferred, may be expected to keep it out of reach of ...


Feds limit fallout from an NRC letter

By The Daily Sentinel

We are pleased to see that the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission this week cleared up some of the confusion it created with a letter it wrote last month regarding the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill in western Montrose ...


Man sentenced to nearly 600 years in prison for child sex assults

By The Associated Press

CASTLE ROCK – A man convicted of sexually assaulting a child has been sentenced to almost 600 years in prison. Fifty-seven year old Richard Heeringa was sentenced Thursday to 576 years to life in prison on 17 counts of sexually ...


Trooper, motorist report a mysterious object fell from sky

By The Associated Press

LITCHFIELD, Conn. — Authorities in northwestern Connecticut say they didn’t find anything after a state trooper and another person reported a large object falling out of the sky in Litchfield. The Republican-American of Waterbury ...


Arrest made in Meeker bank robbery

By Dennis Webb

Meeker police have arrested a suspect in a morning bank robbery after a citizen reported a suspicious person going into the White River, authorities say. Meeker Lt. Phil Stubblefield arrested Jock Thacker without incident after a search ...


Eagle County pair using crowd funding for business

By The Associated Press

VAIL – Robin Behrstock and partner Ryan Stecker are trying to fill a need. But first, they need capital. For that, the pair are trying a new idea - “crowd funding.” The partners - who founded iZen, which produces bamboo ...


041212 service dog mojo

Service dog a helpful companion to young girl

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lyza Weisman had a few pet goldfish but they certainly couldn’t open a door for her. So she went in search of something that could. Using the Internet, she found Canine Assistants in Milton, Ga, a nonprofit organization that provides ...


Trooper after Kemp shooting: ‘I don’t want a gun’

By Paul Shockley

Minutes after fatally shooting Jason Kemp on July 20, 2010, a Colorado State Patrol trooper said he wanted nothing to do with guns, according to testimony this morning. “I don’t want a gun,” Ivan “Gene” Lawyer ...


School survey similar to forums

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Survey respondents mostly echoed community forum attendees in their answers to questions about the school district’s budget. People who took the district’s online survey this spring and people who attended district budget forums ...


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