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Romney’s taxes

By The Daily Sentinel

Mitt Romney is a wealthy man who paid a lot of taxes last year, but because most of his income came through capital gains, he paid at a lower rate than many other Americans. That sets up a contrast between Romney, if he becomes the GOP ...

Lamborn’s lament

By The Daily Sentinel

There is no constitutional requirement that Republican Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn had to attend President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. In fact, there isn’t even a requirement that the president ...

Health briefs: Jan. 24, 2012

By Staff

Register early for health fair screenings Early blood-draw appointments through the Grand Valley Health Fair will take place during a five-day period in mid-February. To sign up for an appointment to have blood drawn for low-cost ...

Blotter, Jan. 24, 2012

By Staff

Man accused of threat Jason T. Williams, 35,  3222 Rood Circle, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of menacing, violation of a protection order and violation of bail bond conditions, after he was accused of pointing a gun at a woman ...

Email letters, Jan. 23, 2012

By Staff

Several battles had more dead than Pinhook Battle I have to believe that Kathy Jordon — author of the article “Deadly Confrontation in Utah” published Jan. 202) knows better. However, to clear up any confusion that her ...

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Sound Check: Straight Curves

By Melinda Mawdsley

Crews search for kids in Colorado Springs sewer

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Firefighters in Colorado Springs are looking for three children who reportedly went down a manhole. The Gazette reports that a utilities workers saw the children get into the system through a manhole on Monday. The ...

Colorado man arrested on terrorism charges

By The AP

DENVER — The FBI arrested a refugee from Uzbekistan at Chicago’s O’Hare airport on charges that he planned to travel overseas to fight for a terrorist group and give up his life if necessary, an official said ...

Fracking’s water use small sliver of state total

By Dennis Webb

Hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas consumed less than a tenth of a percent of water used in Colorado in 2010, a new report shows. That amount could increase by about 4,800 acre-feet in 2015 from 13,900 acre-feet in 2010, but that still would ...

Limited service for license plates

By Staff

Mesa County motorists needing to renew the license plates could find themselves with limited choices this week. The main office for the Mesa County Clerk’s Office in Mesa Mall is moving from there to the new county central services ...

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