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E-mail letters, January 11, 2011

By Staff

Series showed girls can aspire to anything When I was a girl, I could aspire to be a nurse, a teacher or a secretary.  Today girls, like boys, have a better opportunity to be anything they want to be, and to bring their skills and ...


Shooting could derail GOP plans to repeal health care law

By Bill Grant

The moment for the House Republicans to make good on their threat to repeal President Obama’s health care program may have passed with the insane attack on Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others. Today was the day Congressional ...


Congratulations, Auburn, now let’s have a tournament

By The Daily Sentinel

The BCS National Championship game Monday night was a wild one in which two undefeated teams used power, speed, gimmickry and tough defense to battle to the final seconds. Auburn’s last-second field goal gave the Tigers a 22-19 victory ...


Governor gets to work

By The Daily Sentinel

Inauguration speeches are often heavy on high-falutin’ rhetoric and grandiose pledges, but short on policy prescriptions. Gov. John Hickenlooper’s brief inauguration speech in Denver Tuesday had its share of rhetoric and pledges. ...


Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2011

By Staff

Like many of us, I spent my childhood hunting and fishing in the backcountry of the Western Slope. It was a family tradition handed down to me and one that I would like to pass on to future generations. Secretary of Interior Ken ...


Gonzalez finalizes 7-year Rockies deal

By The AP

DENVER — Carlos Gonzalez has finalized his $80 million, seven-year contract with the Colorado Rockies. The deal keeps Gonzalez in purple pinstripes through 2017 and covers what would have been his first three seasons of free ...


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Community Services West a convenient location for past year

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Mesa County Health and Human Services newest branch office in Fruita celebrated its one year anniversary with an open house Tuesday morning. Located at 215 N. Plum St., the Community Services West building has been offering a variety of ...


Williams withdraws from Broncos coaching search

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Denver Broncos’ head coaching vacancy. Williams is the third candidate to spurn John Elway, the Broncos’ ...


Trooper challenges indictment in Kemp case

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County judge will decide whether probable cause exists to support a grand jury’s indictment against a Colorado State Patrol trooper in the July shooting death of an unarmed Redlands man. Eric Fenster, a Denver attorney retained ...


Hickenlooper sworn in as Colorado’s 42nd governor

By The AP

DENVER — Democrat John Hickenlooper took the oath of office today as Colorado’s 42nd governor and promised to immediately go to work on the state’s top issues: jobs and the economy Hickenlooper told hundreds of people ...


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