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Paonia coal mine has links with energy-starved China

By {screen_name}

International interest in Colorado coal is a welcome economic signal, but it doesn’t mean clean coal from the northwest will soon be sent across the Pacific Ocean, the head of the mining association said. State officials are pinning ...


Neal promotes social studies for state tests

By {screen_name}

Colorado Board of Education member Marcia Neal hopes Colorado legislators won’t dismiss the addition of social studies to state standardized testing as too expensive. The price tag of having five subject areas to test each year ...

Montrose council changes meeting day

By Staff

MONTROSE — Beginning Jan. 4, regular meetings of the Montrose City Council will take place on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. The move from Mondays to Tuesdays is the only change to the schedule. Council work sessions will ...

White’s wife, McConnell to vie for Senate District 8

By Charles Ashby

Two people so far are vying to replace state Sen. Al White in Senate District 8, and one of them is his wife. White, a Hayden Republican, is resigning from the Colorado Senate effective Saturday to join Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper’s ...

Birthday a time to mark life’s transitions and achievements

By Jim Spehar

You’d think it’d be easy coming up with a column this time of year. But, going on eight years of filling spaces in local newspapers, the obvious has already been done. Lists are typical compilations of personal activities, ...

Death of a dispute?

By The Daily Sentinel

Hawaii Gov.-elect Neil Abercrombie said one of his top priorities in office will be to end the dispute over whether President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Good luck with that. While it’s certainly an admirable goal to put ...

Wilderness ping-pong

By The Daily Sentinel

Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar last week re-ignited a long-simmering dispute in the West about potential wilderness areas administered by the Bureau of Land Management. Salazar’s edict on Thursday ordered the BLM to identify and ...

Printed letters, December 28, 2010

By Staff

Coloradans help pass renewable energy funds While the news on our economic recovery has not been great, clean energy has been doing its part to create jobs and clean our environment. Despite this success, a critical federal incentive for ...

E-mail letters, December 27, 2010

By Staff

Colorado near the bottom, not middle, in tax rates The Daily Sentinel’s Dec. 26 editorial (“Numbers Game”) is misleading in one important aspect.  The statement: “Colorado is somewhere in the middle in this ...

Give beyond the holidays: Leave an impression on others, yourself through giving

By Melinda Mawdsley

Ruth Rickerby was having a rotten birthday. Her husband of 20 years had died months earlier, and she had spent her September birthday weighed down with grief and was hesitant to leave the house. But she did leave her house and went to Dos ...

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