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Getting It Right, March 11, 2011

By Staff

A headline on a brief on page 7A Thursday should have said the seedling trees that can be ordered from the Colorado State University Extension Office are available at a nominal cost. They are not free. For information, call Ginny Price at the ...

E-mail letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

More concealed weapons increase possibility of killings Let’s talk facts and good sense about who should have the right to carry concealed weapons, and the consequences should they ever reach for their weapons. The known laws of ...

‘Damn the torpedoes’ rhetoric not enough to fix entitlements

By Josh Penry

The Civil War fight at Mobile Bay is best remembered for the heroic order that Admiral David Farragut belted to his Union armada as the fleet prepared to siege Rebel forces at the mouth of this crucial Confederate supply line. Farragut, ...

GOP redistricting bill is premature

By The Daily Sentinel

The provisions outlined in a Republican bill to govern congressional redistricting in Colorado make a great deal of sense and would be good for western Colorado. No wonder Club 20, the Western Slope advocacy group, supports them. We support ...

Printed letters, March 11, 2011

By Staff

The best arguments against government unions were made by President Franklin Roosevelt during the 1930s. Government unions are fairly new in our history. They are a privilege, not a right. When Congress passed pension reform in 1974, the law ...

Wildlife harassment videos prompt warning

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — Amateur video posted online have prompted Colorado authorities to start a public education campaign on the dangers of harassing wildlife. The Colorado Division of Wildlife says the videos show snowmobilers harassing or ...

Colorado tax amnesty passes first hurdle

By The AP

DENVER — A proposed two-month amnesty in which Colorado tax scofflaws would be able to pay what they owe without interest or penalties has cleared its first hurdle in the Legislature. But Republicans say a part of the bill that would set ...

Drug task force arrests five

By Staff

The Western Colorado Drug Task Force arrested five people on execution of two search warrants Wednesday, Police named four people arrested on various drug charges: Alberto Mellin-Barragan, Kaitlyn Krizmanich, Kyle Williams and Morgan Woozley. ...

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Bronco Perrish Cox waives right to hearing

By The AP

DENVER — Details of sexual assault allegations against Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox will remain secret. A judge ruled today that a hearing laying out the evidence in the case be conducted in open court. But Cox’s lawyer ...

Colorado jobless rate of 9.1 percent tops US rate

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado unemployment rate hit 9.1 percent in January, topping the U.S. rate of 9 percent. That’s up from 8.9 percent in Colorado a year earlier. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment said today that almost ...

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