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Accused ex-doctor avoids jail after contacting witness

By Paul Shockley

A former western Colorado doctor under federal indictment will remain free on bond despite contacting a potential witness in violation of bond conditions. Denver-based U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe on Tuesday admonished Dr. Sam ...

Official tells AP that support for Paterno eroding

By The AP

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.  — Support for keeping Joe Paterno in his job coaching Penn State football is eroding among the board of trustees, threatening to end the 84-year-old coach’s career amid a child sex-abuse scandal involving a ...

Effort to review online schools in Colorado fails

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal to review online schools in Colorado failed today before a divided legislative committee that argued about the politics behind the requested investigation. The Legislative Audit Committee hit a partisan 4-4 divide on ...

Wyo., Colo. share in federal energy revenues

By The AP

DENVER — Wyoming is tops among states that shared in revenues from oil, gas and mineral production on federal land within their borders in the last fiscal year. The Interior Department said Monday it collected $11.16 billion from ...

GOP blasts proposed tax changes for Colo. casinos

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republicans criticized a recommendation today to make casinos pay taxes under a single license so the state can collect millions more dollars from the businesses each year. The recommendation from the Colorado ...

Bennet leads Senate effort to reverse Citizens United campaign-finance rule

By Bill Grant

Democratic Sens. Michael Bennet of Colorado and Tom Udall of New Mexico (cousin of Colorado’s Mark Udall) have introduced a constitutional amendment in the Senate to regulate the flow of unlimited corporate funds into federal and state ...

Printed letters, Nov. 9, 2011

By Staff

Thank you for The Daily Sentinel’s excellent series of articles covering the Oil Shale Symposium a few weeks ago in Golden. One of the articles, “Oil shale boom would come with challenges, speakers say,” mentioned my remarks ...

City must address drainage concerns

By The Daily Sentinel

City work that was performed to alleviate drainage problems at the homes of City Councilmen Bill Pitts and Jim Doody may have been handled in an entirely normal fashion, as City Manager Laurie Kadrich said. But to the average resident of ...

$32.4M accounting error at DOW to be investigated

By The AP

DENVER — Auditors will investigate a $32.4 million spending miscalculation disclosed this summer at the Colorado Division of Wildlife. Colorado lawmakers in the Legislative Audit Committee today unanimously approved a request to examine ...

No still life

By Gretel Daugherty

White canvas, red paint. Scratchy, popping Blondie on the turntable. “Dreaming, dreaming is free. Dreaming, dreaming is free.”  ...

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