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E-mail letters, March 2, 2011

By Staff

Health care premiums are not going down There’s never been a president who’s been allowed to stand in front of America and fill them with more untruths than Barack Obama. Nobody with access to him is holding feet to the fire like ...


Democrats propose Colo. tax amnesty to raise cash

By The AP

DENVER — Afraid of getting audited? Some Colorado Democrats want to help ease your worries — and raise cash for the state — by offering a two-month tax amnesty. The proposal announced today would allow delinquent taxpayers ...


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Cops: Fatal accident to close I-70B for hours

By {screen_name}

An accident that killed one man and injured two other people this afternoon will close the Interstate 70 Business Loop until at least 7 p.m., the Colorado State Patrol said. The accident happened just after 3 p.m. in the eastbound lanes of ...


Printed letters, March 3, 2011

By Staff

Constitutional carry will make Colorado safer A big congratulations to our legislators here in Colorado. Nice work. Constitutional carry, or bill number HB1205, passed out of its committee and moved to the House floor. State Rep. Chris ...


Police are too accommodating to homeless in the valley

By Rick Wagner

Where did all these transients come from, I heard someone say as I went into City Market? I also had detected a much higher number of drifters in the area and there is hardly a major intersection that doesn’t have an outpost of sign ...


Free speech for all

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday delivered a victory for free speech. As we have found over the years, the freedom of speech is not one that is universally appreciated, especially when the speech being protected is unpleasant and ...


Mesa men move up in regional rankings

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The Mesa State College men’s basketball team likely secured a spot in the NCAA Central Region tournament last week by knocking off Fort Lewis at home, moving up two spots in this week’s rankings. Tuesday night’s RMAC ...


Santa Fe (Fla.) tops JUCO baseball poll

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Santa Fe (Fla.) College is the No. 1 ranked junior college baseball team in the NJCAA/Perfect Game USA Division I baseball poll. The Saints (17-3) won eight straight games at one point. They began the season ranked 23rd in the preseason ...


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Man says he had no plan to harm drilling auction

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man hailed as a symbol of opposition to U.S. oil and gas drilling policy told a federal jury today that he had no advance plan to thwart a government auction where he won $1.7 million in leases he couldn’t ...


Footprints stir renewed suspect search in Mack

By Paul Shockley

A landowner’s discovery of footprints has the Mesa County Sheriff Department’s search and rescue team working in Mack. Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said roughly a dozen searchers were dispatched to the ...


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