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Email letters, Nov. 28, 2011

By Staff

Support for cultural institutions is critical In regard to the Nov. 24 story “GJ couple’s treasure going back to Mexico”: Thank you very much for telling our personal story in The Daily Sentinel.  It was fun to ...

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Song recorded in GJ hits Canadian charts

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Sara G. recorded a number of singles at Alchemy Records, located at the Business Incubator, last winter including her debut single “Take My Hand.” The song was released this week by Wired Media Corp. and Inasense Records, both ...

Barney Frank to quit house after 30 years

By The AP

BOSTON — Rep. Barney Frank, the liberal firebrand who has served in the House of Representatives for 30 years, has decided not to seek re-election in 2012. Frank, 71, will hold a news conference this afternoon in Newton, Mass., to ...

Oil prices rise on holiday sales, Europe hopes

By The AP

NEW YORK — Oil prices are up more than 2 percent after shoppers pumped up holiday retail sales in the U.S., and investors bet that Europe would find a last-minute solution to its financial crisis . Benchmark crude rose $2, or 2.1 ...

CSU student taken to the hospital

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — An unidentified student at Colorado State University has been rushed to the hospital with unspecified injuries. The Fort Collins Coloradoan says paramedics removed a young man from Summit Hall on a stretcher this morning ...

Family searching for Christmas tree rescued

By The AP

PINE — A family of four has been rescued after they got lost searching for a Christmas tree. Jefferson County sheriff’s spokeswoman Jacki Kelley says the family was in the Buffalo Creek area looking for a Christmas tree to cut ...

Jefferson deputies cleared in death of suspect

By The AP

GOLDEN — Four Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies have been cleared in the death of a drug suspect. The coroner says Russell Arnold Jr. died from a methamphetamine overdose after deputies used a stun gun on him in June. Jefferson ...

Debate continues over state legislative districts

By The AP

DENVER — A bipartisan commission charged with redrawing Colorado Senate and House legislative districts is discussing new maps after the state Supreme Court rejected their proposals over concern that too many counties were split. The ...

Forest popularity causing problems

By The AP

ASPEN — The U.S. Forest Service says people love the White River National Forest near Aspen. The problem is, they may be loving it too much. The Forest Service says trails are superhighways on some mornings with day hikers climbing ...

Ruling may lead to new trial for sex offender

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County sex offender convicted of assaulting a young girl in 2002 may be awarded a new trial over questions about whether his lawyer had a conflict of interest during trial. The Colorado Court of Appeals last week overturned a key ...

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