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Hickenlooper gets bill that requires note of pregnancy on death certificate

By Charles Ashby

A bill that would require death certificates of women to note whether she was pregnant was sent to the governor’s desk Wednesday. The measure, introduced by Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, is designed to track whether Colorado is ...


Hickenlooper puts Palisade man on State Agricultural Commission

By Staff

Gov. John Hickenlooper named a Palisade man to the State Agricultural Commission on Wednesday. Thomas K. Cameron, a Democrat, will represent the state’s fourth agricultural district. His term will expire March 1, 2015. The nine-member ...


EPA allowing comment on Pinon Ridge uranium mill

By The AP

DENVER — At the request of area communities, federal regulators are letting the public review a company’s plans to dispose of waste from its proposed uranium and vanadium mill near Naturita in southwest Colorado. The Environmental ...


Email letters, March 23, 2011

By Staff

Unions have protected workers Denny Herzog may not have learned or else conveniently forgotten a time when there was not collective bargaining and because of that, no middle class. There are good reasons we have a system whereby working ...


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Church offers community garden plots

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For over 40 years, Koinonia Church has left its five-acre lot to nature’s will. Now, the church is planning on improving its outdoor space to benefit both the church and the community. The church, just off north 25 Road, is beginning by ...


Privacy biggest concern with open records law

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Philosophical debates about elected officials’ privacy is the focus of a group that met for the first time today to make recommendations on Utah’s open records law. The meeting came just two days before the ...


America’s first tourist appears AWOL on Libyan crisis

By Rick Wagner

The Libyan crisis has taken a toll on our president as Wednesday he was forced to cut his vacation ... I mean junket, er ... escape ... OK, diplomatic mission — that’s the ticket — short to be briefed on the ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2011

By Staff

I read that the WildEarth Guardians and Sierra Club filed suit against the Oxbow Mining coal lease. I have had it with the tree-hugging, fern-fondling, bunny-bumping, tie-dyed-hippie-looking environmental groups. From what I have seen, they ...


Carry on

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who wish to carry concealed weapons in Colorado can continue to do so — under the same requirements that have been in place for the better part of a decade. They won’t be able to legally pack a pistol in their pocket without ...


5 appointed to Colorado Agriculture Commission

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed five people to the state Agricultural Commission. Hickenlooper’s office announced the names today. They are Thomas K. Cameron of Palisade, Ernest D. Ford of Center, Barbara ...


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