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Random checkpoints up for Country Jam

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol said this week two sobriety checkpoints will be up and running over the life of the four-day Country Jam festival. State Patrol Capt. Ed Clark, who runs the agency’s Fruita office, wouldn’t specify ...

Counties want impact considered in implementing Xcel energy plan

By Dennis Webb

Several northwest Colorado counties and a lobbying group for the region are asking regulators to consider local economic impacts in implementing new state clean-air legislation expected to cut Xcel Energy’s consumption of coal. Moffat, ...


Pedal pusher fights to slim kids down

By {screen_name}

Teddy Herrera’s big goal is to make America’s youth smaller. The 24-year-old Sacramento man started the organization Across America for Childhood Obesity, and he is riding his bike on a 10-month, 11,000-mile journey to raise ...

E-mail letters, June 24, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s attack on Romanoff don’t make much sense One must wonder why Rick Wagner would go to the trouble of trying to discourage Andrew Romanoff in the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate? I am sure he must realize that no ...

Jim Ruch, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

Recent transplants to Colorado who enjoy hunting, fishing or viewing the state’s abundant wildlife probably don’t know who Jim Ruch was. But they owe him a debt of gratitude. Ruch, who died June 18 at his home in Ojai, Calif., was ...

Aid to terrorists and the First Amendment

By The Daily Sentinel

The case that the U.S. Supreme Court decided this week — prohibiting U.S. citizens from giving “material support” to international terrorist organizations — was argued at the margins of First Amendment law. It restricts ...

Printed letters, June 25, 2010

By Staff

County medical clinic will cost area taxpayers It was rather surprising to see the reasoning that two of our conservative county commissioners offered regarding the county getting into the health care business. If the county saves money by ...

Income redistribution is behind new electric rates

By Rick Wagner

If you’d like to get a feeling for the “butterfly effect,” then all you’re going to have to do this month is open your Xcel bill and feel the breeze. The butterfly effect is sometimes used to describe how an event in a ...

Former Qwest CEO’s sentence cut by 2 months, $7.4M

By The AP

DENVER — A judge has cut former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio’s insider trading sentence by two months and reduced his forfeiture amount by $7.4 million. U.S. District Judge Marcia Krieger imposed the sentence today after a ...

Napolitano: Obama wants immigration overhaul

By The AP

DENVER — Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is assuring Hispanic political leaders from around the country that the Obama administration is committed to overhauling federal immigration laws. Napolitano blames the ...

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