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Politics of controversial pipeline plan revived

By The Daily Sentinel

A permit for the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico was rejected by the Obama administration earlier this year, the result of a political showdown with Republicans in Congress. Now a portion of the pipeline ...


Garfield nixes locating asphalt plant next to organic farm

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners today voted against letting an asphalt plant operate next to an organic farm southeast of Rifle, following a growing outcry against the proposal from advocates for chemical-free, locally grown food. “It ...


One dead, four students injured in Ohio school shooting

By The Associated Press

CHARDON, Ohio — A teenager described as an outcast at his suburban Cleveland high school opened fire in the cafeteria Monday, killing one student and wounding four others before he was chased from the building by a teacher and captured a ...


Recreational pot measure to appear on fall ballots

By The Associated Press

DENVER - Marijuana legalization for recreational use will be on Colorado ballots this fall. The Colorado Secretary of State has cleared a legalization initiative, making Colorado the second state after Washington with a legalization question ...


Email letters, Feb. 27, 2012

By Staff

Corporations have all the control The Occupy protesters have some things correct in that they know that 1 percent of the population owns, runs and has orchestrated the current recession which is the greatest hoax on the American people in our ...


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Local best-selling author releases fourth book

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Tropical islands with sky blue water — a slave princess whose ghost is rumored to cause disappearances and shipwrecks — and only one person who knows the truth. That’s the premise of Rebecca M. Hale’s latest mystery ...


Victims identified in apparent Montrose double shooting

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The two people found dead outside a Montrose home Saturday night were identified late this morning as 31-year-old Randy Charles Briggs and 20-year-old Charity Kay Gilbert, both of Montrose. The Montrose County Coroner’s Office released ...


Ku Klux Klan membership booming in Colorado

By The Associated Press

DURANGO — The Ku Klux Klan says membership is booming in Colorado because of the growth of the radical right. “Membership is booming in Colorado,” said Cole Thornton, Imperial Grand Wizard of the United Northern and Southern ...


Prescribed fire planned for Grand Mesa

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Federal and municipal officials are planning to set fire to a thickly overgrown area of oakbrush on the west-facing slope of Grand Mesa sometime this spring. The prescribed fire is planned on 588 acres owned by Palisade and 58 acres managed by ...


Getting It Right, Feb. 28, 2012

By Staff

Lysa ErkenBrack’s first name was misspelled in Monday’s Page 3A article “Organization honors ErkenBrack as a Father of the Year.” ■ A winning Daily Sentinel entry was missing from a Page 2A story Saturday about ...


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