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Fla. judge strikes down Obama health care overhaul

By The AP

PENSACOLA, Fla. — A federal judge ruled today that the Obama administration’s health care overhaul is unconstitutional, siding with 26 states that sued to block it. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson accepted without trial the ...


The end looms for Egyptian autocrat

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s been considerable consternation over the past week about how the United States should respond to the growing unrest in Egypt. Increasingly, however, it appears there’s little we can do. Hundreds of thousands of people in ...


A meal and a home for one night

By Jim Spehar

John has a doctor’s appointment this week at the Veterans Administration hospital. He’s already figuring out what it’ll take to get there when we talk Sunday evening. John and 13 other homeless men are at the First ...


Printed letters, Feb. 1, 2011

By Staff

The Colorado Water Conservation Board just completed its 2010 update to the Statewide Water Supply Initiative. The report came to the alarming conclusion that Colorado may face a shortfall of up to 630,000 acre-feet of water per year by 2050, ...


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Sprouts bring spring to mind

By Penny Stine

I used to be an avid downhill skier. We bought a Powderhorn Resort family season pass for several years and were up on the slopes almost every weekend. Even though I didn’t learn to ski until I was in my 30s, I made myself learn how to ...


SustainAbility: Tax subsidies

By Adele Israel

I have been watching with interest a recent flurry of letters printed in this paper debating the use of our tax dollars to prop up the renewable energy industry. In one letter Randy Litwiller of Crawford wrote, “Renewable energy funds ...


Homegrown: Tree wraps, Christmas cactus

By Dennis Hill

Why do I see some trees wrapped through the winter? Do I need to wrap mine? — Jeremy The tree wrap you’ve noticed is used to prevent what’s called winter sun scald on younger trees. Younger or thin-barked trees (such as ...


Utah man dead in oil field machinery accident

By The AP

NINE MILE CANYON, Utah — A sheriff’s official says a 32-year-old Utah man is dead after he became caught in pumping equipment at an oil field in Duchesne County. Duchesne County sheriff’s Sgt. John Crowley tells the Deseret ...


Snowboarder hurt in 1,000-foot avalanche

By Dennis Webb

A snowboarder injured both ankles when she was carried the entire length of a 1,000-foot-long avalanche on the south side of Uneva Peak east of Vail Pass Saturday. The woman was partially buried in the debris field of the slide, which was ...


Renewable energy standards target of Colo. GOP

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republicans are lobbing their first shot at renewable energy requirements they say are hurting consumers. The state Senate starts work today on a bill undoing a requirement passed last year requiring that utilities get ...


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