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Printed letters, March 7, 2011

By Staff

Front Range groups must protect resources Regarding the Feb. 16 article, “Fisheries weigh options for, against diversions”: We appreciate The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the potential impacts of the additional ...


Myths and realities collide in government spending discussions

By Jim Spehar

Wouldn’t it be nice if life was all rainbows and bluebirds? It can be, most of us likely feel, if only things were as we know them (or wish them) to be. To paraphrase public radio host Garrison Keillor, the men would all be handsome, ...


Legislator plants seeds for reasonable reform

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado long ago established the agricultural category for property tax classifications as a means to encourage farm and ranch production. But, as a legislative task force determined, and many others have observed, the agricultural tax ...


E-mail letters, March 7, 2011

By Staff

There’s no need for writer to demonize the homeless I’ve been waiting for Rick Wagner to run out things to scare us with. Every week it’s the illegal aliens are after us, then its the Muslims, then the liberals, the death ...


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Bridging the gap

By Gretel Daugherty

Workers guide a 160-foot span of the new pedestrian bridge into place on top of two piers built in the Colorado River.  ...


Bill passes protecting Utah doctors from abortions

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah House has passed a bill that will protect doctors who refuse to perform abortions based on moral or religious grounds. Republican Rep. Carl Wimmer of Herriman, the bill’s sponsor, says House Bill 353 ...


Lawsuit filed over mine plan near Crested Butte

By The AP

DENVER — A conservation group is heading to court over plans to explore for molybdenum at an old mining site near Crested Butte. The High Country Citizens’ Alliance filed a lawsuit in Denver last week over work planned at Mount ...


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Newspapers celebrate education this week

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s Newspapers In Education Week and The Daily Sentinel is celebrating by offering free newspaper curriculum to Grand Valley teachers. The 32-page full-color flip book was written by the Newspaper Association of America Foundation and ...


Colo. latest state considering e-cigarette limits

By The AP

DENVER — Orange, strawberry and chocolate are a few of the nicotine flavors for sale at a suburban Denver store selling electronic cigarettes — battery-operated inhalers advertised as a better alternative to smoking because the ...


Uranium license final

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Backers of a proposed uranium mill in Montrose County have agreed to the license conditions set by state regulators, the last governmental hurdle for the project. Energy Fuels Corp., the Canadian company that hopes to build the mill near ...


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