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Outlook not good

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ll grant that it can be difficult to hear what’s going on in the rest of the country from Washington, D.C., but if something could cut through the tumult, it should have been Monday’s announcement that the United ...

Printed letters, April 19, 2011

By Staff

Name change for college is essential In 2007, Mesa State College came out with a report that showed the college added more than $190 million to the regional economy. Four years later, it is reported that the college contributes more than $300 ...

Maps, congressional redistricting and other legislative ‘tomfoolery’

By Jim Spehar

“If you put tomfoolery into a computer, nothing comes out but tomfoolery.  But this tomfoolery, having passed through a very expensive machine, is somehow ennobled.” – Pierre Gallois, French politician Well, we ...

Keep West Slope whole

By The Daily Sentinel

One of the first thoughts we had on seeing the maps of Colorado’s seven congressional districts was that Senate Democrats must be having a pretty good giggle. What better way to make heads on both sides of the Continental Divide explode ...

District 51 to eliminate 42 teaching positions

By {screen_name}

School District 51 will eliminate 42 teachers and certified staff members as part of the first round of at least $10 million in budget cuts, The Daily Sentinel has learned. The district will also eliminate or reduce funding for several ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results April 18, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - April 18, 2011 Blind Poker Hand - 9 Hole Winners 2nd Flight 1st Terri Redding 2nd Flight 2nd Lou ...

CO Senate gives final OK to immigrant tuition bill

By The AP

DENVER — A bill to grant in-state tuition status to illegal immigrants who graduate from Colorado schools has won final approval in the state Senate. All 20 Senate Democrats voted in favor of the bill today and all 15 Republicans voted ...

EPA threatens Utah with air quality sanctions

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Environmental Protection Agency is threatening to block federal road money if Utah refuses to remove an exemption allowing excessive pollution from oil refineries and other sources. The EPA says in its ruling today ...

Chipeta Ladies League April 18, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - April 18, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net 1st Gross Connie Olson 36 2nd Gross Christine Davidson 37 1st Net Diane ...

041811 ben mojo

Local woman to establish nonprofit for rare disease

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Kira Hudson learned her son Ben had a rare disease which would making walking difficult for him, she sought support from the Internet. “I just wanted to find one family that knew how I felt,” Hudson explained. The internet ...

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