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Aug. 4, 2010: Birgfeld’s ex-husband gets domestic violence case sealed

By Paul Shockley

An ex-husband of missing Grand Junction woman Paige Birgfeld successfully petitioned Tuesday to have a judge seal a public case file related to domestic-violence charges. Robert W. Dixon was granted a petition to seal a file relating to his ...

Roaches in space

By Gretel Daugherty

Math and Science Center kids launch a pair of cockroaches into space on a rocket.  ...

Briefs: Mesa State Mens Golf Sept. 29, 2009

By Staff

Central Regional Crossover Monday at Wild Horse Golf Club, Gothenburg, Neb. Final Results Par-Yardage 72-6,835 • Team Scores 1. Minnesota State-Mankato, 925; 2. Nebraska-Kearney, 926; 3. (tie) Colorado Mines, St. Cloud State, 932; ...

Colo. to begin reviewing conservation easements

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is stepping into the dispute between landowners and the state Department of Revenue over conservation easements. Department of Revenue Director Roxy Huber told dozens of angry landowners ...


Over the Top: Bike sharing

By Bob Silbernagel

Bike sharing: A United Nations’ conspiracy?  ...

Colo. monsoon unleashes mudslides, traps vehicles

By The AP

LEADVILLE — Some people are still waiting to dig their vehicles out of mudslides unleashed by Colorado’s monsoon. U.S. Forest Service Ranger Jon Morrissey says 12 vehicles were trapped Saturday by two mudslides between Leadville ...

Politicians peer through the mist in attempt to understand tea partiers

By Rick Wagner

How many people out there know the state of Colorado has the highest percentage of citizens identifying with the tea party movement in the United States? I would hazard a lot of people who aren’t involved would be quite surprised, as ...

A mandate for high-court action

By The Daily Sentinel

The individual mandate — that controversial provision of the new health care law that requires nearly every individual to have health insurance or pay a fine — suffered two significant setbacks this week. The mandate is far from ...

Watering the shale patch

By The Daily Sentinel

The amount of water required for a commercial oil shale industry in Colorado may be significantly less than originally thought, at least according to a recently released study of potential water requirements — perhaps only 120,000 acre ...

Printed letter, August 5, 2010

By Staff

Tipton is best candidate for Colorado’s energy I urge every voter concerned about Colorado energy development to support Scott Tipton for the U.S. Congress. Mr. Tipton is sensitive to the social impacts associated with energy ...

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