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Change in lease law cuts county budgets

By Dennis Webb

Millions of dollars in federal mineral-lease distributions for Mesa and Garfield counties last year are cutting sharply into the payments in lieu of taxes they are receiving from the U.S. government this year. John “Chip” Taylor ...


E-mail letters, July 1, 2010

By Staff

State Supreme Court pushes redistribution of wealth Redistribution of wealth, the mantra of the Left, is occurring daily in the lives of Coloradans through increasing “fees” of vehicle registrations, property taxes (mill levy ...


Colo. anti-tax activist to testify at grand jury

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce has agreed to testify before a grand jury in exchange for immunity. Today’s announcement follows Bruce’s initial appearance before the grand jury Wednesday that ...


070110 fireworks mojo

Fireworks sales starting off with a bang

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Tents housing fireworks for sale have popped up in corners of popular shopping centers or vacant lots this week and most have said that sales are really starting to pick up as Independence Day approaches. “It started out slow but now ...


Printed letters, July 2, 2010

By Staff

Pathway conflict gives inaccurate view of area The Daily Sentinel’s recent, front-page article of Audrey Marso’s plight is apparently Ms. Marso’s self-reporting next step in her determination to get what she wants in spite ...


Forests of red tape

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s what Colorado Sen. Mark Udall was frustrated about this week: Some $30 million in federal funds authorized by Congress to clear beetle-killed trees in Colorado’s high country has been bollixed up by a federal planning ...


Dressed for success

By The Daily Sentinel

Outside of the land of Lincoln, the ongoing trial of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has generated little notice. But this item caught our eye: According to a witness for the prosecution, Blagojevich and his wife, Patti, spent $400,000 ...


The American flag is a living symbol of our patriotic history

By Henrietta Hay

“You’re a grand old flag, You’re a high flying flag And forever in peace may you wave. You’re the emblem of The land I love. The home of the free and the brave.” These wonderful patriotic words were written ...


StarTek to lay off 33

By Charles Ashby

Thirty-three employees of the StarTek call center at 2830 North Ave. were told today they will be laid off, but company officials said the plant is not closing, at least not yet. The company may “ramp down” the remaining 120 ...


Direct marketers challenge Colo. online sales law

By The AP

DENVER — Direct marketers are challenging Colorado’s new online sales tax law, claiming it violates free speech and privacy laws. The Direct Marketing Association says it filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court in Denver asking ...


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