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Outdoor recreation plan will lead to grant funds

By Staff

Colorado’s 42 state parks attract more than 11 million visitors every year, and a new comprehensive statewide plan released last week will help guide state agencies in managing those lands. It also will bring needed additional funds to ...

Sen. elect White to promote rules for oil shale development

By Staff

Commercial oil shale production might be years away, but Republican state lawmakers plan to craft some general policies this year that could set the stage for developing the abundant fossil fuel. Sen.-elect Al White, R-Hayden, said he plans ...

Marcia Neal Column January 04, 2009

By Guest Columnist

The Daily Sentinel is right to call for real school reform immediately. It has been 25 years since “A Nation At Risk” was published, followed by wave after wave of well-meaning but ineffective reform. What has been the one missing ...

Brady is off-target

By The Daily Sentinel

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is out to block the right of individuals to carry concealed weapons on national park property. That’s hardly surprising, given the Brady group’s historic fight against handguns. What is ...

A New Year’s rally

By The Daily Sentinel

The first day of trading in 2009 saw a rally on the stock markets, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average back up over 9,000. Whether it will remain above that mark — and whether the stock market will remain bullish in coming months, ...

Sen. Michael Bennet

By The Daily Sentinel

We supported Denver Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bennet when he was in the running to become President-elect Barack Obama’s secretary of education. Bennet has a track record on education reform and of standing up to the ...

LS: Bruce Cameron Column January 04, 2009

By Staff

Whenever I make coffee, it winds up tasting like I filtered it through burned underwear. This makes me popular with exactly no one in the family, even though I’ve cut down on everyone’s caffeine intake and you’d think ...

LS: Art of Quilting Column January 04, 2009

By Sherida Warner

I suppose comedienne Carol Burnett’s spoof of the classic movie “Gone With the Wind” remains the most creative re-use of draperies ever. She rips down the drapes, hanging rod and all, and fashions an evening gown of ...


At heart of downtown, Seventh and Main intersection endures a rough patch

By {screen_name}

An empty building languishes at one corner, home for nearly a decade to a thriving business that eventually succumbed to financial problems. Across the street, to the west, is a stately structure whose primary occupant bailed for a host of ...

DA: Father pondered killing son weeks before the slaying

By Paul Shockley

A man who has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in his son’s slaying told doctors he thought about killing the boy weeks before the day that the boy was shot nine times, according to court filings. District Judge Brian Flynn last ...

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