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US envoy reproaches Afghan president on criticism

By The AP

KABUL, Afghanistan — The U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan publicly reproached Afghanistan’s president today for painting American forces here as occupiers and enemies — one of the strongest signs yet that Afghanistan’s ...

Costs to fight Duckett fire reach $4 million

By The AP

SALIDA — Fire officials say costs of fighting a blaze burning on seven square miles in the southern Colorado mountains have reached about $4 million. Cooler temperatures and higher humidity Saturday helped crews build containment lines ...

Cedaredge man killed in motorcycle crash

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 72-year-old Cedaredge man was killed Saturday night after he reportedly lost control of the motorcycle he was driving on Trap Club Road in Delta County, according to a Colorado State Patrol news release. Verle Leon Nelson was driving a 2010 ...

Clifton man injured in hit-and-run

By Melinda Mawdsley

Authorities are looking for the driver of a vehicle that hit and seriously injured a pedestrian early Sunday morning near 3182 E Road. At approximately 4:25 a.m., Keith O. Gustad, 30, Clifton, was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital with ...

Adobe Creek Mixed League June 19, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - June 19, 2011 Skins - Monument 1st Tim Bevins & Bonnie Doyle   2nd Arnie Teves & Monta ...

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We Make It Here: CPC Solutions

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Colorado Printing Company believes every business should be looking for new and innovative ways to use today’s technology to market their business. The company that has traditionally been a printing business for the past 64 years is ...

Americans weren’t the only ones impressed by JFK’s Berlin speech

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

In this 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s first year as president of the United States, historians still consider his June 1963 Berlin speech a notable moment in the Cold War with Russia. At the time, newspapers, television and ...

Printed letters, June 19, 2011

By Staff

The Anthony Weiner scandal is the very latest example of a long line of elected officials in Washington who have made highly questionable personal decisions that call directly into question their ability to make the best decisions for their ...

We must ensure that higher education remains affordable

By Guest Columnist

By Bruce Benson We engage in a delicate balancing act at the University of Colorado. Coloradans expect their flagship university system to offer the first-rate academics critical to producing a highly educated work force. They expect a CU ...

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Scott Gessler’s voter-fraud bogeyman

By The Daily Sentinel

Warning: Colorado elections may have been wrongly influenced by immigrants who registered and voted illegally. But then again, probably not. Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has raised the specter of voter fraud in various forums ...

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