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No injuries in emergency landing at O’Hare

By The AP

CHICAGO — Chicago officials say there were no injuries after an emergency landing at O’Hare International Airport. Chicago Department of Aviation spokeswoman Karen Pride says there was “a pressurization problem” on the ...


Wyo. officials find more synthetic marijuana

By The AP

GILLETTE, Wyo.  — Police in Gillette and Casper say they are coming across more incidents of people using synthetic marijuana, an easily accessible legal substance that mimics marijuana’s effects on the brain. The product is ...


Obama plans health care statement tonight

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Sensing victory, President Barack Obama is planning to make a statement to the nation tonight after the House takes its final vote on health care legislation. The White House announced late Sunday afternoon that Obama ...


Printed letters, March 21, 2010

By Staff

Shell’s water decision helps West Slope ag Sparking a collective sigh of relief, good news came recently to farmers and ranchers on the Western Slope when Shell officials announced they would withdraw their application for a 15 billion ...


Cost prognosis is murky

By The Daily Sentinel

As the frantic scramble continues to gather 216 votes for health care reform — a vote expected today — Democratic leaders are touting the cost estimates released Thursday by the Congressional Budget Office. Those estimates say the ...


Conservation easements help protect way of life in Colorado

By Guest Columnist

Editor’s Note: House Bill 1197, which would reduce the amount of state money available for state tax credits for conservation easements over the next three years, has passed the House and is awaiting final action in the Colorado ...


Prison vs. treatment

By The Daily Sentinel

Over the past four years, Mesa County has demonstrated that strictly controlled, non-jail treatment programs for drug offenders can produce effective and cost-efficient results. The state of Colorado may soon have the opportunity to move in a ...


A trial for Osama bin Laden could be a ‘Helter Skelter’ circus

By {screen_name}

Meanwhile, back where health care means you stay healthy and the other guy, or what’s left of him, requires care, there is a war on. We know that because Attorney General Eric Holder is going all cowboy on Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden, ...


Overwhelming public use means new rules for Moon House

By Guest Columnist

Standing on a wide stone shelf at Cedar Mesa, Utah, looking across canyon as mid-morning sun lit the opposite side, I stood in silence viewing Moon House for the first time. I stared at the complex of 800-year-old rooms with multiple doorways. ...


Your Town, March 21, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The mornings are dark, the evenings are light, it rains, it snows, it blows ... five minutes later, the sun brightly shines. Windows up, windows down, heater on, heater off. On. Off. Warm coat, light jacket, short sleeves, boots or ...


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