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Local bowling results, April 11, 2010

By Staff

Local Highlights Freeway Bowl Fun For All High scores— Henry Silva 246, Bob Dickey 215, Dave Duff 234 (617), Ron Foster 255 (676), Bill Brophy 206, Terry Cleveland 265 (718). Tuesday Night All Stars High scores— Trudy Peterson ...


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Week in Sports, April 11-17

By Staff

Sport pictures taken throughout the week of April 11-17, 2010. Call 256-4388 for reprints.  ...


De Beque teen killed rollover crash

By {screen_name}

A De Beque teenager was killed and two others were injured in a rollover accident near De Beque late Saturday night, the Colorado State Patrol announced this afternoon. James E. Jack, 18, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on X ...


Colorado grows more dependent on federal aid

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — Colorado is growing more dependent on aid from the federal government. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 13 cents of every $1 that Coloradans earned in personal income during the fourth quarter of last ...


Growing up isn’t easy to watch especially for parents

By {screen_name}

Dear Sean and Paul: People keep telling me, with unconcealed and unfounded glee, that you’re growing up fast. They have told me that you both are getting taller than me (You’re not), smarter than me (fortunately, I’m also ...


Medical marijuana laws are a maze for industry and law enforcement

By Jay Seaton

Large-scale medical marijuana arrived in Colorado about the same time I did — July 2009. I grew up in conservative northeast Kansas. Later, as an attorney in Kansas City, I watched as loads of federal, state and local dollars were spent ...


Justice Stevens prepares to step down

By The Daily Sentinel

Most people who pay attention to the U.S. Supreme Court knew that Justice John Paul Stevens — the longest-serving member of the current court — was expected to resign soon. Stevens is 89 and has said he wanted to retire during ...


More budget roulette at the state Capitol

By The Daily Sentinel

Democrats in the Colorado Senate are playing the same game with the state budget as they did last year: Approving a spending plan for the state based on optimistic budget projections and potentially leaving it to Gov. Bill Ritter to clean up ...


Drug abuse in valley isn’t limited to meth

By Guest Columnist

By Dr. Marc Breen As an emergency physician at a local hospital, I have seen direct evidence of the prescription drug problems facing the Grand Valley. Every day, it seems, we have patients who present with complaints of nonspecific and ...


Teacher issues called impediments in ‘Race to the Top’ for Colorado

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Colorado’s disappointing finish in the “Race to the Top” for millions of federal dollars reflected its inability to deal with issues such as teacher evaluations and rewarding teachers for high performance. The result ...


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