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UPDATE: Man, woman found dead outside Montrose home

By The Daily Sentinel

A man and woman were found dead outside a Montrose home Saturday night, according to the Montrose Police Department. At approximately 8 p.m., the Montrose Police Department was dispatched to 833 S. Forty Drive, an area near 6530 Road, after ...

Dad, kids remain hospitalized after house fire

By The Associated Press

NORTHGLENN — Authorities say a suburban Denver man suspected of setting his home on fire with his two children inside remains hospitalized, as do the children. Northglenn Police Sgt. Ron Haralson says the three were in critical ...


Sentinel takes Colorado Press Association top prize

By Staff

Colorado’s best daily newspaper with a circulation under 75,000 is The Daily Sentinel, according to the Colorado Press Association. Daily Sentinel Publisher Jay Seaton accepted the award for general excellence Saturday during the ...

Editor Marfitano cited for passion, leadership

By Staff

Daily Sentinel copy editor Carrie Marfitano nabbed the Rising Star award Saturday from the Colorado Press Association. The award highlights one newspaper professional who has been in the business fewer than five years and displays passion for ...

Students perform mental callisthenics

By Amy Hamilton

The sum of 40 consecutive integers is 100. What is the largest of these integers? Aaron will roll a standard, six-sided die twice. What is the probability he will roll different numbers on the two rolls?  Questions such as these had ...

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 ...

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