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041211 Tennis anyone

Month’s Best Photos for April 2011

By Staff

Scenes taken in April by Sentinel photographers  ...


Senate Dems introduce redistricting bill

By Charles Ashby

With less than two weeks before the end of the 2011 session, Senate Democrats introduced a bill today to redraw congressional district lines. Of the six proposed ideas the Democrats unveiled earlier this month, the Democrats chose one that ...


Redistricting redux: Why rural folk (and the GOP) should embrace bipartisan deal

By Josh Penry

My column last week urging the legislative leadership in both political parties to come to a bipartisan and principled compromise on congressional redistricting drew a few howls of protest. I’m glad. I like a good debate. So let’s ...


Obama birth cert

Death of birther dispute?

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that President Barack Obama has released the long form of his Hawaiian birth certificate — thereby demonstrating once again that he is a “natural born citizen” and qualified to be president — readers may wonder what ...


Exchange this fight for bipartisan effort

By The Daily Sentinel

The fact that the Colorado Senate passed legislation this week to create a state-sponsored health care exchange is welcome news. But it’s disappointing that the vote to pass it was strictly along party lines, with only Democrats voting ...


Printed letters, April 29, 2011

By Staff

State Sen. Rollie Heath talks about competitive districts. Yet, he mostly ignores communities of interest. As the 3rd Congressional District representative on the State Board of Education, I’d like to point out another community of ...


E-mail letters, April 28, 2011

By Bob Silbernagel

Front Range can meet its water needs on its own Water is an integral part of life in the West, and meeting our future water needs is one of the biggest issues facing all of Colorado. So it’s refreshing to see that a report released ...


Stock show debating move east of Denver

By The AP

DENVER — National Western Stock Show officials are considering a move from their longtime Denver location to a site east of the city near the airport. The Denver Post reported today the location under review is about 13 miles east of ...


042711 leash mojo

Dogs and kids get second chance

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The dogs at Mesa County Animal Services and the youth offenders serving time at the Division of Youth Corrections have a lot in common. “Neither know how to take directions,” said Bob Simpleman, dog trainer and owner of Rob Roc ...


Hickenlooper hails proposed water deal

By Dennis Webb

Officials this morning unveiled a proposed agreement that includes $25 million and other commitments for the Western Slope in exchange for greater certainty for Denver’s future use of Colorado River Basin water. “It really does ...


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