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Colorado voters support environmental standards

By Bill Grant

The State of the Rockies survey on Conservation in the West, recently released by Colorado College, finds that, despite economic challenges, conservation and environmental values are still key issues for Western voters. Colorado was included ...


Education tax hikes?

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado legislators have had two weeks to digest budget cuts proposed by Gov. John Hickenlooper, the bulk of which centered on the state’s public-education system. The response has ranged from horrified to appalled. Perhaps these ...


Colo. GOP hopes to block Obama health care plan

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic state lawmakers are pressing ahead with plans to implement the new federal health care program in Colorado, ignoring a proposal from Republicans to join a handful of states that want to form an interstate compact to ...


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P.U.L.S.E. training needs funding

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Rudy Malesich, founder of the Preventing Unnecessary Life Loss through Student Education, or P.U.L.S.E., training program believes the world would be a safer place if all students knew how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. But, ...


Concealed weapon permits optional under GOP bill

By The AP

DENVER — Concealed weapon permits in Colorado would be optional under a bill given preliminary approval by the Republican-led House today. Democrats objected vigorously to the measure repealing requirements that people with legal ...


Scrap metal rules under review

By The AP

DENVER — Beefed-up regulations to prevent scrap metal thefts appear to be on their way to approval in Colorado. The state House voted 61-4 today for a bill aimed at preventing scrap metal thefts. High prices for copper and other metals ...


Western Republicans decry Obama wilderness policy

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Republican governors and members of Congress are vowing to fight an Obama administration plan to make millions of acres of undeveloped land in the West eligible for federal wilderness protection. The GOP officials say the ...


Skarda qualifies for nationals

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Mesa State distance runner Alexis Skarda has qualified for the NCAA Division II national indoor track and field championships March 11-12 in Albuquerque, N.M. Skarda has the eighth seed in the 1-mile run, with a qualifying time of 4 minutes, ...


Homestyle Bakery

By Staff

Aromas of gooey caramel rolls, nut-topped fried cinnamon rolls and delicious holiday treats greet you when entering Home Style Bakery. One of the last true bakeries left in Colorado, this old-fashioned shop was founded in 1948. Walt Schultz ...


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Lawyer: Fake Utah drilling bids were ‘sabotage’

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — To environmental activists, the ex-wilderness guide is a hero. A prosecutor today described him as a saboteur. Tim DeChristopher is accused of placing fake bids on federal oil and gas drilling leases to run up prices, ...


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