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Admissions drop at area hospitals

By Amy Hamilton

Admissions to area hospitals were down in 2009 from the previous year, which is causing some of them to cut back on staffing hours. To adjust for its decreases, St. Mary’s Hospital employees who do not work directly with patients, such ...


29 Road project won’t get federal grant money

By {screen_name}

Two western Colorado communities’ bids for federal stimulus grants to help pay for road construction projects were rejected Wednesday, a setback that also will affect at least one other city in the region. Mesa County and the city of ...


Protection decision near for sage grouse

By Dennis Webb

Wes McStay remembers the greater sage grouse being so common when he grew up that he’d see their leks, or mating grounds, right on county roads on the way to school. Cars had to swerve to avoid the birds, known for the males’ ...


Accident hinders traffic on Interstate 70

By Melinda Mawdsley

A one-vehicle accident on an eastbound lane of Interstate 70 was reported at approximately 9:30 p.m. today. According to scanner activity, one woman injured her hand in the accident. Hers was the only injury reported. It was unclear as to ...


Accident hinders traffic on Interstate 70

By Melinda Mawdsley

A one-vehicle accident at 9:30 p.m. has partially blocked traffic on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 70, according to scanner activity tonight. Reports indicated a woman injured her hand. Her injury was the only one at the scene. It is ...


Over the Top, Global warming cake

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob takes a knife to the metaphorical cake that represents global warming theory. Feb. 18, 2010  ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 18, 2010

By Staff

Communication needed regarding the body farm As I read The Daily Sentinel article about the planned “body farm” and the angst of neighbors, I couldn’t help but recall the key to a successful development of any kind — ...


Census shenanigans present a troubling picture of this year’s count

By Rick Wagner

Someone get Sesame Street on the phone. The census is coming and we need to get someone like “The Count” in charge so we can trust the numbers. If he’s unavailable, we should perhaps try to get Count Chocula to at least ...


Sen. Bennet and the public option

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s a question for Colorado voters as Sen. Michael Bennet sounds off like it’s February 2009, not 2010: Is the Democrat appointed to the U.S. Senate last year standing on principle when it comes to health care reform or is he ...


Printed letters, Feb. 18, 2010

By Staff

House Bill 1188 gives people right to trespass Bill Grant’s recent column regarding Rep. Kathleen Curry’s House Bill 1188 ignored the main issue of the bill, which is that it would give commercial river guides the right to ...


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