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Police: Fruita man hid from cops, was Tased

By The Daily Sentinel

A 28-year-old Fruita man was arrested Sunday after a traffic stop took a turn for the worse when he allegedly fled the scene and was eventually Tased. Travis Lee Lucero, 1022 E. Laura Ave., was arrested on suspicion of driving with a revoked ...


Local woman arrested for prostitution suspicion

By The Daily Sentinel

A 33-year-old Mesa County woman was ticketed Saturday for allegedly committing prostitution. Santana Chihocky, address unknown, was issued a ticket on suspicion of offering sexual acts in exchange for money, said Sgt. David Stassen of the ...


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Race for Life, April 18, 2010

By Gretel Daugherty

BMX bicycle racers take to the track to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  ...


Police: Boxer Valero suspected of killing wife

By The AP

CARACAS, Venezuela — Former WBC lightweight champion Edwin Valero was detained on suspicion of killing his wife today, police said. Venezuelan Federal Police Chief Wilmer Flores said Valero was arrested after police found the body of ...


Gun ban activists picket Denver Starbucks

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado gun-control activists are protesting Starbucks’ policy not to ban customers carrying weapons. Colorado Ceasefire says Starbucks Corp. should change its policy of letting customers carry guns where it’s ...


Fire damages Trinidad newspaper’s building

By The AP

TRINIDAD — Firefighters say a blaze at the 133-year-old building that houses The Chronicle-News in Trinidad in southern Colorado was accidental. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that the fire early Saturday is believed to have started ...


State doles out $18 million in energy-saving measures

By The AP

DENVER - The Governor’s Energy Office will soon have a website up and running for Coloradans interested in applying for rebates to buy energy-saving appliances and make their homes more energy efficient. The program Recharge Colorado ...


The conservative case for supporting House Bill 1365

By Guest Columnist

By Sen. Josh Penry, Sen. Greg Brophy of Wray, Rep. Amy Stephens, Rep. Ellen Roberts and Rep. B.J. Nikke, Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway and Las Animas County Commissioner Jim Vigil Late last month, the Colorado Legislature approved ...


Obama harsher on U.S. citizen,  terror suspect than Bush was

By {screen_name}

There’s something strange in the tales of two traitors. First, we have the curious case of one Jos&233; Padilla, who is resting comfortably on a mattress in a climate-controlled room in the confines of the maximum-security prison in ...


Payday usury

By The Daily Sentinel

Giving people the opportunity to borrow a little money between paychecks is fine. But it’s hard to find much sympathy for businesses up in arms about a bill that would allow them to charge annualized interest of only 45 percent on such ...


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