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A costly compromise

By The Daily Sentinel

The White House unveiled its own road map for health care reform Monday, a supposed compromise based on bills already in the House and Senate. It came just days before the bipartisan summit on health care reform. Perhaps the proposal is the ...

Printed letters, Feb. 24, 2010

By Staff

Many in Colorado want public option The Feb. 17 Daily Sentinel headline read: “Bring back public option, Bennet urges.” That was an extremely heartening piece of news in the midst of the usual bad news we see ...

Utah wary over national monument candidate list

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The possibility of a federal land grab throughout the West is stoking fears and generating resentment for the federal government in energy-rich states that could see millions of acres of land made off-limits to ...

E-mail letters, Feb. 23, 2010

By Staff

‘Over the Top’ video was unhealthy for American minds I regretfully report that Feb. 18 “Over the Top” video of cake as metaphor for climate science dished up nothing but a sugary, fat-laden helping of fluff and ...

2 teens injured in middle school shooting near Columbine

By Duffy Hayes

LITTLETON — Authorities say they have arrested a suspect in a school shooting that left two teenagers injured. West Metro Fire officials say the shooting happened at about 3:30 p.m. today at Deer Creek Middle School in suburban ...

Ritter signs state worker pension overhaul

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter today signed a bill that cuts state employee retiree benefits to prevent the pension system from going broke. Ritter said the cuts are difficult but necessary. Provisions in the bill require shared ...

Utahn accuses feds of misconduct in artifact case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The brother of a Utah sheriff is accusing federal agents of misconduct when they arrested him last June for allegedly trafficking in ancient American Indian artifacts. David Lacy testified today that heavily armed ...

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New species of dinosaur found in eastern Utah rock

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Fossils of a previously undiscovered species of dinosaur have been found in slabs of Utah sandstone that were so hard that explosives had to be used to free some of the remains, scientists said today. The bones found at ...

Shell withdraws water rights application associated with oil shale project

By Dennis Webb

Shell said today it has withdrawn an application for Yampa River water rights it had sought in connection with its oil shale project. “We reviewed our application in the context of our ongoing research and development activities and, ...

Shell withdraws application

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Shell Oil has withdrawn its application for water from the Yampa River it sought in connection with development of oil shale, but the energy giant says that it’s not giving up on its plans to draw kerogen from the earth of northwest ...

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