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Bill is no bargain for local government

By The Daily Sentinel

Democratic leaders in Congress have resurrected a bill that stalled on Capitol Hill last year. And they’ve placed it on a fast-track approval, even though it supersedes the decisions of local governments and their voters. S. 3194 would ...


Printed letters, April 18, 2010

By Staff

HB 1365 will cost jobs and money For many years, we on the Western Slope of Colorado have known we are the stepchildren of the Front-Range politicians on most issues. It now appears this relationship extends even among our neighboring senate ...


Colo. House, Senate readopt $18.2B budget

By The AP

DENVER — Legislators have given final approval to a proposed $18.2 billion budget. The House and Senate voted today to readopt the spending plan after reconciling differences between the chambers. It now goes to Gov. Bill Ritter. The ...


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Attorney wants Sheen statements thrown out

By The AP

ASPEN — An attorney for Charlie Sheen wants statements thrown out that the “Two and a Half Men” actor made to police investigating a Christmas Day domestic violence report. In a motion filed April 1, attorney Richard Cummins ...


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KFC Double Down sandwich a tasty gamble

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Nearly every order during the Friday lunch rush at Kentucky Fried Chicken on North Avenue included the new Double Down sandwich. “I just wanted to try it because I heard it was good,” said customer Kevin Holderness. He opened his ...


Entry fee waived at Colorado National Monument

By Dave Buchanan

In celebration of National Park Week Saturday through April 25, Colorado National Monument and all 391 other National Park Service sites are waiving entry fees for the week. Colorado National Monument is offering special hikes and ranger-led ...


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OutFit: Shoe trends

By Ivy Parnasius

What’s in? Almost everything, but here are four styles you are sure to see often this spring. Wedges are making a comeback, and they work perfectly with shorts and dresses. They are easy to walk in and make your legs look ...


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Actor Terry Kiser shares his craft with Ouray teenagers

By Melinda Mawdsley

It seems unlikely that a longtime Hollywood actor could gain anything from a teenager. But that is not the case. Ridgway’s Terry Kiser, 60, perhaps best known as the deceased Bernie Lomax in the “Weekend at Bernie’s” ...


House kills legislation on discrimination suits

By Charles Ashby

Small businesses won’t have to worry about paying certain types of damages in discrimination lawsuits now that a bill that would have allowed that has died in the Legislature. After much-heated debate in the Colorado House, lawmakers ...


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900 tea partiers rally in park on federal tax day

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About 900 people who gathered Thursday evening at Lincoln Park cheered as a faux George Washington warned them of the dangers of government to freedom, and they fell silent as a real prisoner of war described his release. The crowd gathered ...


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