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Complaint ties Bruce to anti-tax measures

By The AP

DENVER — Anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce says a complaint filed with the secretary of state’s office that ties him to three anti-tax measures is frivolous and meant to scare people into voting against them. The Denver Post reports ...

Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — Oct. 19, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: On Colder Ponds The leaves have changed, the days are shorter and frost has returned to greet us in the mornings. Big changes are taking place as Colorado begins its yearly transformation into a winter wonderland. As ...

101910 culinary mojo

School to Career program exposes students to jobs

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jon St. Peter, culinary arts chef instructor at Western Colorado Community College, finished a pot of steaming shrimp macaroni and cheese with fresh tarragon and a dollop of butter. “The last thing in the pot is the first thing on the ...

Maes, Tancredo trail Hickenlooper fundraising

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — Democrat John Hickenlooper has a big fundraising lead over Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes and American Constitution Party challenger Tom Tancredo going into the final two weeks of the campaign. Records made public ...

GOP fears losing majority party status in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republicans fear their party will become a minor party and lose fundraising advantages in the 2012 presidential election if its candidate for governor, tea party favorite Dan Maes, gets less than 10 percent of the vote ...

Program nets almost 2,800 student tips on safety

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers says law enforcement received almost 2,800 anonymous tips from students about potentially dangerous situations through a messaging program implemented in the 2004-2005 school year. Suthers ...

Winning bidders sue for leases

By Dennis Webb

Energy industry representatives sued the federal government Monday, claiming the Department of Interior is breaking the law by failing to issue oil and gas leases to winning bidders within 60 days of being paid. One of the plaintiffs, the ...

List of candidates for Mesa County administrator narrowed to five

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Mesa County Regional Services Director Tom Fisher is one of the five finalists seeking to become county administrator. In addition to Fisher, the other four finalists are: Melinda Carlton of North Myrtle Beach, S.C. She most recently served ...

Teen dies of injuries suffered in accident

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A 17-year-old Fruita Monument High School student who reportedly fell out of a moving vehicle over the weekend has died after being taken off life support, but the circumstances surrounding her death remain a mystery. An autopsy performed by ...

Veterans group closing GJ office

By Rachel Sauer

Area veterans on Monday learned they will lose a resource that helps them navigate a labyrinth of forms and red tape for help not only with medical benefits, but also with vocational rehabilitation, education and home loan guaranty. The Grand ...

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