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Selling selenium reductions

By The Daily Sentinel

Those working to reduce a little-know substance — selenium — from the waters of the Gunnison River Basin aren’t participating in the most environmentally engaging public-policy effort. But, what they are doing is critically ...


Two more deaths linked to Colorado cantaloupes

By The AP

DALLAS — Officials say two people have died in North Texas after becoming ill from listeria linked to cantaloupes from a Colorado farm. State health spokeswoman Carrie Williams says the deaths are among 14 cases of listeria illnesses in ...


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Woman in abuse probe charged with sex assault

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton woman accused of beating a young girl and burning her with a heated knife is facing fresh allegations that she sexually assaulted the same girl. Dianeth Pittman, 39, was formally charged Tuesday by the Mesa County District ...


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Warrants issued for ex-Hilltop employee, suspect in infant death

By Paul Shockley

A man who is under investigation in the death of his infant son is accused for the second time in less than four months of burglarizing his former workplace with Hilltop Community Resources and stealing a van used by the ...


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Warrants issued for ex Hilltop employee, suspect in infant death

By Paul Shockley

A man who is under investigation in the death of his infant son is accused for the second time in less than four months of burglarizing his former workplace with Hilltop Community Resources and stealing a van used by the ...


State fishing report for Sept. 27

By Special to the Sentinel

Sept. 27 – Fishing for spawning brown trout in the fall has a special meaning for Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologists. While anglers may be looking to October for an opportunity to catch larger-than-average brown that might be ...


Durango trolley so popular it’s causing problems

By The AP

DURANGO — Durango’s trolley is so popular transit officials are hoping it can cope with the crush of riders. Transit Operations Manager Kent Harris says the city can’t stand another 10 percent increase in riders without ...


Email letters, Sept. 27, 2011

By Staff

Trudeau is a great contemporary cartoonist I couldn’t believe the recent letter from Mike McInaney, that suggested The Daily Sentinel remove “Doonesbury” from the comic page. Gary Trudeau is one of our great contemporary ...


Utility may launch state’s first wind energy project

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs Utilities is weighing developers’ proposals to build what would be its first wind power project. The Gazette reports the utility is reviewing 13 proposals from nine developers to build a ...


Lawmakers weigh audit of schools before January session

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are discussing whether to proceed with an audit examining online K-12 schools after Democratic Senate President Brandon Shaffer expressed concern over student failure rates at the schools. The Senate leader ...


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