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Email letters, Feb. 7, 2012

By Staff

Game was great, commercials were dispicable After viewing all past games on TV, I feel justified to voice objective opinions on the Super Bowl XLVI telecast. My critique includes four key ingredients: the game, commercials, halftime show and ...


Nasal surgery and the face of Mesa County politics

By Jim Spehar

Hello, nose. Meet face. Hope the knife was sharp and the slice swift. Cutting off your nose to spite your face is the first thing that comes to mind in the unfolding saga of state Rep. Laura Bradford’s Denver traffic stop, her resulting ...


Printed letters, February 7, 2012

By Staff

ASSET bill would be mistake for Colorado I wanted to respond to the Jan. 29 editorial, calling on Colorado legislators to support the ASSET bill, which would grant reduced tuition for the children of illegal aliens. The editorial suggests a ...


State’s election influence is Rocky Mountain high

By The Daily Sentinel

Mitt Romney won applause from supporters when he spoke at the Country Inn of America on Horizon Drive in Grand Junction Monday. He then headed to campaign stops on the Front Range. Rick Santorum brought members of the audience to their feet ...


Sportsmen backing fracking disclosure

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado sportsmen are backing proposed federal rules of public disclosure of fluids used in oil and gas drilling. Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development is calling on the Bureau of Land Management to make sure water, ...


State lawmakers want to limit private spaceflight liability

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are trying to promote the space industry by limiting liability for companies that carry passengers. State Sen. Mary Hodge, a Democrat from Brighton, says there are risks with spaceflight. She wants to help a ...


Colorado teachers say plagiarism on the rise

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado educators say they’re concerned after catching more students committing plagiarism. Educators say better technology is helping them catch violators. It’s also making it easier for students to copy the work ...


Company cuts Piceance drilling

By Dennis Webb

WPX Energy on Monday said it plans to operate just five drilling rigs in the Piceance Basin this year, down from 11 rigs up until late last year. WPX, a new company created at the start of the year after Williams split off its oil and gas ...


Laura Bradford

Bradford won’t face gun charge in Denver traffic stop

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Denver District Attorney’s Office has decided not to file gun charges against Rep. Laura Bradford. The district attorney’s office announced Monday prosecutors concluded they do not have enough evidence for a ...


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Loma man’s bond set at $5 million

By Paul Shockley

County Court Judge Bruce Raaum set bond at $5 million Monday for a Loma man suspected of involvement in the killing of a Fort Campbell soldier. Jarred Tabor Long, 24, 1335 M¾ Road, told the judge he hadn’t been able to hire an ...


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