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Government’s taxing mindset, and keeping the public informed

By Rick Wagner

I was reading something this week that had me thinking about government taxing and spending, how some people don’t fully understand why we have taxes and what’s the smart way to spend them. I read an editorial in The Denver Post ...


Legislative lines in need of refining

By The Daily Sentinel

Anyone who thinks it’s easy to divide Colorado into 35 roughly equal state Senate districts and 65 House districts is sadly mistaken. One must not only balance the districts in terms of population, but consider how minority ethnic ...


111611 OTT Farm

Over the Top: New Child Labor Laws

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bob discusses the new child labor laws suggested for children working on farms.  ...


November 16, email letters

By Staff

Don’t let ‘authorities’ control children’s lives The Daily Sentinel’s front-page story, “More than plows, sows and cows” in the Tuesday edition shows us how our lives are increasingly controlled by ...


UPDATED: Fatal crash involving tanker investigated on I-70 near Clifton

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol said alcohol intoxication may have contributed to a crash involving a semi tanker that careened off Interstate 70 near Clifton on Wednesday, killing its driver. A 52-year-old Grand Valley man, whose identity was ...


3 charged at Grand Junction foreclosure auction

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — Three people have been detained after they interrupted a foreclosure auction in Grand Junction. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras says those detained on Wednesday are believed to be part of the anti-Wall Street movement. ...


Mayor quits PR job amid fake reporter persona flap

By The AP

WEST VALLEY CITY — The mayor of Utah’s second-largest city has resigned his job at a public relations firm, saying he tarnished the agency’s image after he wrote a series of articles to promote his city under a fake ...


Country Jam announces 2012 headliners

By Ann Wright

Zac Brown Band, Trace Adkins and Blake Shelton will headline Country Jam USA set for June 21-24 in Mack. Also on the recently released 2012 lineup are Chris Young, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Jerrod Niemann and Charlie Daniels Band. The music ...


Colorado foreclosures fall to 42-month low

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado foreclosures fell more than expected last month to a 42-month low in metropolitan counties. Colorado Division of Housing spokesman Ryan McMaken says a report released Wednesday shows auction sales were down 28 percent ...


Federal court considering challenges to porn law

By The AP

DENVER — A federal appeals court is considering challenges to the federal law on child pornography. Possession of child pornography is a crime, but federal prosecutors are required to prove that the image of child pornography traveled ...


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