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Reporters run risks believing politicians will stick to the script

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

As I listened in late January to television’s talking heads announce with complete confidence what President Barack Obama would say in his State of the Union message several hours later, I had to suppress a smile remembering some ...


Legislation needed for driving while under influence of pot

By Guest Columnist

By Steve King It is not surprising to see and hear the outrage from the Colorado pot cartel and its many customers upon hearing the news that my office is again running legislation addressing those driving under the influence of drugs in our ...


Energy firm president defends leasing action

By Dennis Webb

The president of one of two oil and gas companies that have agreed to pay a combined $550,000 over alleged collusion in federal lease sales says he continues to believe they did nothing wrong. Brad Robinson, president of Gunnison Energy, said ...


Allow more land for oil shale research

By The Daily Sentinel

The history of oil shale development in this country, dating back nearly a century, has been a litany of technological advances that seemed promising at one point, but ultimately didn’t prove to be profitable or commercially viable. On ...


Printed letters, Feb. 26, 2012

By Staff

Enough already. The front page of The Daily Sentinel Thursday had yet another article about Laura Bradford, stating “Cop suspected Bradford drunk.” Now he is guesstimating that she was a 0.2 on the blood-alcohol scale, which, of ...


Reporters run risks believing politicians will stick to the script

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

As I listened in late January to television’s talking heads announce with complete confidence what President Barack Obama would say in his State of the Union message several hours later, I had to suppress a smile remembering some ...


Legislation needed for driving while under influence of pot

By Guest Columnist

It is not surprising to see and hear the outrage from the Colorado pot cartel and its many customers upon hearing the news that my office is again running legislation addressing those driving under the influence of drugs in our state. What is ...


Mesa County’s drug treatment programs don’t meet current standards

By Krystyn Hartman

If there are proven drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs that work, why would the community with the highest quality, lowest cost health care in the nation — Mesa County, Colorado — not also have the highest recovery rate ...


School District 51 receives emails, phone calls over choir flap

By Paul Shockley

“Are you clowns sick or just stupid?” That was the shortest message. Other emails, including several detailed observations of theology, Christianity and Islam, ran more than four pages. They came from Jefferson, La., Culpeper, ...


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Zen Chic style: an apt app for relaxation

By Sherida Warner

Do you find a good portion of your time — both day and night — filled with emailing, texting, Googling, Twittering and Facebook interfacing? Is all this high-tech tedium starting to take its toll? Maybe you’d really ...


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