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Geithner in China for talks amid currency tensions

By The AP

BEIJING — U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner held hastily arranged talks Sunday with a top Chinese finance official amid currency tensions after a weekend pledge by finance leaders to rebalance the global economy. The governments ...


1 dead, 5 injured as SUVs collide in Aurora

By The AP

AURORA — One man is dead and five people are injured in the collision of two SUVs in Aurora. Police say four of the injured are children. The accident occurred about 12:30 p.m. Saturday as each of the vehicles tried to move into the ...


1 dead, 5 injured as SUVs collide in Aurora

By Melinda Mawdsley

AURORA — One man is dead and five people are injured in the collision of two SUVs in Aurora. Police say four of the injured are children. The accident occurred about 12:30 p.m. Saturday as each of the vehicles tried to move into the ...


Man’s body found hanging from tree in W. Colorado

By The AP

BASALT — Police say a man’s body has been found hanging from a tree in the western Colorado town of Basalt. Investigators say two boys who were riding their bicycles found the body in a wooded area on Saturday. The man’s ...


Wife of man missing on border lake back in Colo.

By The AP

LA SALLE — The wife of a man who was presumably gunned down by Mexican pirates on a lake on the U.S. border is back at her parents’ home in northern Colorado. Tiffany Hartley arrived Saturday evening in La Salle. Earlier this ...


Unidentified body found in Larimer County

By The AP

PINEWOOD SPRINGS — Authorities say a body has been found in a ravine along U.S. 36 in Larimer County. The body was found Saturday near the Larimer-Boulder County line. Deputies say they don’t know the identity of the body or ...


Tipton-Salazar campaign battle proves neither deserves to go to Washington

By Denny Herzog

If it were not for the fact that too many voters get all their information about candidates from advertising and annoying telephone calls, political season would be amusing. It would be an every-other-year smorgasbord of bad fiction and even ...


Economic development is critical to lasting recovery

By Guest Columnist

By Ann Driggers Despite the current economic situation, or perhaps because of it, Coloradans would like to see the state provide more money for state incentives to attract new businesses to Colorado. That’s according to a survey of 500 ...


The Daily Sentinel’s 2010 endorsements

By The Daily Sentinel

Editor’s note: This is a recap of The Daily Sentinel’s editorial endorsements for the 2010 general election. If a race or ballot item is not listed, we took no position on that question. Governor: John Hickenlooper (D) U.S. ...


Printed letters, Oct. 24, 2010

By Staff

Voters have chance to do right on abortion Before us we have a unique opportunity to do something very important for our country and for our society. We can each begin to swing the pendulum back to a deepening respect for human life by ...


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