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Bullying prevention will focus on bystanders next school year

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District 51 is hoping to get more reports of bullying from its students next year. That’s not because the district expects more students to taunt each other, but because it will spend the year encouraging students to report bullying ...

Rep. Tipton raises $190,000 toward re-election in 2012

By Staff

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., collected more than $190,000 in campaign contributions during the first quarter of 2011. Tipton, who owns a pottery store in Cortez, is in his first year representing the 3rd Congressional District, which ...

Blotter, April 19, 2011

By Staff

Suspect waives hearing Paonia resident Nathan Yager, 38, who is charged with second-degree murder in the January slaying of his estranged wife, formally waived his right to a preliminary hearing Monday in Delta County Combined Court. ...

State House urges Congress of U.S. to balance budget

By Charles Ashby

Colorado may join a group of states that have called on Congress to pass a balanced budget amendment or convene a constitutional convention to draft such an amendment. The Colorado House approved a nonbinding resolution Monday calling for ...

Local Sports in Brief: Bulldogs take fourth in Parachute

By Staff

Prep Golf Bulldogs take fourth in Parachute The Palisade High School girls golf team took fourth in the Grand Valley Invitational at Battlement Mesa Golf Course with a team score of 303. The Bulldogs were led by Samantha Blair, who finished ...


Love and lacrosse: Father-son bond grows stronger with sport after loss of loved one

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James States had hopes his son would someday reach a level he didn’t on the baseball field. States grew up in a baseball-playing family and earned a Division I college scholarship before injuries ended his career. “Kris was our ...

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Central’s baseball brothers pushing for playoffs

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The seniors on the Central High School baseball team have played together for so long, they could almost claim to be brothers. All 10 of them have played on the same teams since the eighth grade and six of them have played together since ...

Getting It Right, April 19, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page 1 Saturday about county sales-tax revenue should have said that of the revenue generated by the county’s 2 percent sales tax, the county funnels half of it into its capital fund and a little less than one-quarter into its ...

Democrats in Senate reject immigrant crackdowns

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Democrats have driven nails in the coffin of this year’s illegal immigration crackdowns pushed by Republicans. A Senate committee voted 3-2 today against two GOP-sponsored bills aimed at illegal immigrants. One ...

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 ...

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