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Wyoming’s smallest town up for auction

By The Associated Press

BUFORD, Wyo. – What’s advertised as the smallest town in the United States is scheduled to go up for auction next month. Buford, located between Cheyenne and Laramie in southeast Wyoming, is famous for having just one inhabitant, ...


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Robot shoots hoops

By {screen_name}

The opportunity to build a robot is nearly every little kid’s dream. That dream didn’t go away for the 13 members of Collbran Job Corps’ For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Team. The ...


Email letters, March 12, 2012

By Staff

Kroger should give back to our community Losing City Market at 1st Street and Orchard Avenue is about much more than a store closing.  Employees knew people by name, carried out their groceries, visited with customers and customers ...


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MoJo gets a new ride

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

What’s black and white and runs all over?  The Daily Sentinel MoJo car.  The Daily Sentinel rolled out its new flagship vehicle Friday afternoon to the oohs and awes of the community. The car was designed by graphic artist ...


Mountain pace car program ending for season

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado highway officials are calling off their police pace car plan for eastbound Interstate 70 in the mountains for the winter. The Colorado Department of Transportation now plans to study the program to see if it was ...


Officer claims girlfriend hit him with Bieber doll

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A Denver police officer accused of beating his girlfriend claimed that she attacked him with a Justin Bieber doll. Authorities arrested Officer Michael Nuanes Jr. in January on assault charges. He was released from jail on ...


Park County investigating body found in Ajax Mine

By The Associated Press

ALMA — The Park County coroner is investigating reports of a body found in the Ajax Mine near Alma. Park County Coroner David Kintz Jr. said Sunday recovery crews were working their way to the mine. The coroner did not release the name ...


BLM begins public meetings on oil shale

By The Associated Press

SILT — The federal Bureau of Land Management is holding the first of several public meetings in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming to answer questions about its oil shale and tar sands plan. The first meeting is being held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. ...


Man treated for wounds after being captured by police dog

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A wanted felon is recovering from injuries after he was captured by a police dog while being chased by Colorado Springs police. Police arrested Andre Billington on Sunday after police got a tip he was hiding at a ...


New superintendent back on familiar ground

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The Chinle, the Wingate, the Entrada, the names of the rock formations jumped out at Lisa Eckert as she drove up Rim Rock Drive. For Eckert, the rocks are almost old friends. She worked as a seasonal ranger at Colorado National Monument for ...


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