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Supreme Court puts Obama’s Clean Power Plan on hold

By The AP

WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama’s sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved. The move is a blow to the administration and a ...


Vino 2016 focused on the U.S. market

By Dave Buchanan

NEW YORK CITY — Romano Baruzzi took a breath and looked out at the sea of faces in front of him. “Buona sera a tutti, welcome everyone,” said Baruzzi, deputy trade commissioner for the Italian Trade Commission in New York ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 10, 2016

By Staff

I’m so happy our beloved Broncos won the Super Bowl! I can feel the excitement with everyone I speak with. I hosted a Super Bowl party on Sunday, where everyone was supposed to bring a snack and some beer. For us in Colorado, that means ...

Can we talk?

By Claudette Konola

The two dominant political parties do not talk to each other. The result is decisions are made by the party with legislative power. No consideration is given to the positions of the opposition party, scientists, or professionals in the field. ...

Deputy gave his life for this community

By The Daily Sentinel

They celebrated in Denver Tuesday. An estimated 1 million orange-clad Broncos fans lined a downtown parade route for a Super Bowl victory celebration. The governor was there. But one of his cabinet members — Stan Hilkey, executive ...

Many honor lawman’s sacrifice

By Katie Langford

On a patch of grass at the corner of E Road and 30 3/4 Road, there is a growing pile of flowers and mementos to honor Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Derek Geer, who was shot in the line of duty on Monday. On Tuesday, the ...


Fallen lawmen of Western Slope

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Derek Geer, still on life support on Tuesday, would be the department’s second deputy to die in the line of duty, and the third law-enforcement officer to succumb to injuries inflicted while on the job. The ...

BLM seeks land leasing input

By Gary Harmon

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comments on a proposal to offer 18,000 acres in Garfield and Mesa counties for lease in November. The land under consideration is contained within 20 parcels near De Beque and four small parcels ...


Local government agreement bill OK’d

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Even though the Colorado Legislature approved a similar law last year, a Senate panel Tuesday gave the thumbs-up to a bill that would allow cities and counties to enter into intergovernmental agreements with nearby local ...


Panel approves measure to aid areas hit by layoffs

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Sen. Kerry Donovan tried again to get a bill through the Colorado Senate to create a special rural economic emergency assistance grant program, to help rural parts of the state most distressed due to large layoffs of ...

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