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Month’s Best Photos for December 2011

By Dan Bennett

A selection of photos by The Daily Sentinel photographers from December 2011  ...


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You Saw It Photos –– January 2012

By Dan Bennett

Reader-submitted community photos for December 2011  ...


Powderhorn tubing hill opens Saturday

By Dave Buchanan

Hold onto your Spandex knickers, the Powderhorn tubing hill opens Saturday. The latest addition to Powderhorn Mountain Resort is a 352-foot tubing on just west of the EZ Rider lift. The lift is scheduled to open 10 a.m. Saturday and you can ...


‘The Lost Dispatch’ serial story materials

By Special to the Sentinel

Materials for ‘The Lost Dispatch’ Lost Dispatch Chapter 1 Chapter 1 artwork            ...


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‘The Lost Dispatch’ serial story materials

By Special to the Sentinel

Materials for ‘The Lost Dispatch’ Activities and Standards Lost Dispatch Chapter 1 Chapter 1 artwork Lost Dispatch Chapter 2 Chapter 2 artwork Lost Dispatch Chapter 3 Chapter 3 artwork Lost Dispatch Chapter 4 Chapter 4 ...


Academy charges three cadets with sex assaults

By The AP

AIR FORCE ACADEMY — Air Force Academy commanders have filed charges accusing three cadets of sexual assaults that occurred over the past 15 months. Academy vice superintendent Col. Tamra Rank said Thursday the cases are unrelated, and ...


Oklahoma mom won’t face charges for fatally shooting intruder

By The AP

BLANCHARD, Okla. — Authorities don’t plan to file charges against an Oklahoma woman who fatally shot a New Year’s Eve intruder at her house while she had a 911 dispatcher on the phone, but the intruder’s alleged ...


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Volunteers needed to tend Habitat shelves

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Good at reorganization? Can’t help but run your finger down a dusty shelf? Have just one free hour a week to help build a better community? The Habitat for Humanity ReStore Home Supply Center, 2936 North Ave., is seeking volunteers to ...


Email letters, Jan. 5, 2012

By Staff

Capitalism will work better with less restrictions While capitalism has been called the worst economic system there is, that’s only true until it’s compared to any other economic system. It’s acknowledged that it isn’t ...


State trooper hurt when dragged during traffic stop

By The AP

WESTMINSTER — A Colorado state trooper is recovering from minor injuries after he was dragged about 100 yards during a traffic stop near Westminster. The Colorado State Patrol said Thursday the trooper was trying to question a driver ...


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