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E-mail letters, Feb. 15, 2010

By Staff

HB 1186 and Rep. Bradford are good for small businesses Small business people like myself own over 70 percent of Colorado’s convenience stores. When the state Legislature repealed the prohibition of liquor sales on Sunday, we suffered ...


McInnis faces tougher contest with Hickenlooper in the race

By Denny Herzog

Scott McInnis’ standing in the polls for the Colorado gubernatorial race pegged him as the frontrunner when his primary-election opponent was Josh Penry and when his general-election opponent was incumbent Gov. Bill Ritter. Now that they ...


Mesa’s opening softball tournament canceled

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Weather and field conditions have forced the University of Nebraska-Kearney to cancel this weekend’s RMAC-NSIC Crossover softball tournament. Mesa State College was scheduled to play in the 10-team tournament, with five games on tap, ...


Body farm plan is not a stinker

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa State College likely won’t go through the city’s planning process to obtain a city permit for its body farm — officially known as a forensic anthropology center — for the simple reason that the law doesn’t ...


Printed letters, Feb. 16, 2010

By Staff

Historic zone will lose protection under rules On Feb. 17, the City Council will no doubt adopt a new zoning ordinance that will strip the North Seventh Street Residential Historic District of all local historical reference. Historical or ...


Can they track you now?

By The Daily Sentinel

Cell phones have become ubiquitous in modern life. We use them in our homes and cars, while shopping or doing business, perhaps even when we attend political rallies or protest gatherings. Now, the Obama administration wants access to ...


Snowmobilers spend stranded night in Garfield County

By Paul Shockley

A trio of snowmobilers in Garfield County were reportedly in good condition Monday after being stranded overnight outdoors. The three Rifle residents, an adult male, his girlfriend and her teenage daughter, managed to find their way out of a ...


Silt accident victims ID’d

By Dennis Webb

Authorities have released the names of those hospitalized in a two-vehicle collision north of Silt Sunday. Esther Kozak, 73, of Rifle, was flown to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction with serious injuries after the Toyota minivan she ...


McInnis: Tax hikes not the answer for Colo. budget

By The AP

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis took another swipe Monday at a proposal to start charging sales tax on candy and soda, saying he has better ideas for balancing the state budget. The taxes, proposed by ...


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Barnes and Noble celebrates Black History Month

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

In honor of Black History Month, Barnes and Noble Book Stores offered a special story time Monday afternoon celebrating literature about Black history and offering a quilting craft for children and parents. “Sweet Clara and The Freedom ...


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