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Size doesn’t matter to Central two-way starter Dylan Johnson

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Dylan Johnson thought it was kind of funny. When the Central High School junior found out he was starting on the offensive line last week, he smiled. “It’s crazy,” Johnson said. “It’s different because everyone ...

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Month’s Best Photos for September 2010

By Staff

A collection of the best efforts from our photographers for the month.  ...

‘No’ on Amendment P

By The Daily Sentinel

Three proposed constitutional amendments on this year’s election ballot were placed there by the state Legislature. Amendment P is one of them, and we see little reason for it. Amendment P is designed to transfer the licensing and ...

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This is vindication?

By The Daily Sentinel

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes released some 25-year-old documents from the Liberal, Kans., Police Department this week, and declared they “vindicated” his earlier statements regarding his brief police ...

Effects of 17th Amendment have not all been wonderful

By Rick Wagner

Liberal Democrats like Sen. Michael Bennet are worried — worried I tell you — about what might happen to the Constitution if people like Ken Buck are elected. Yes, the same group of people who have been feeding James ...

Printed letters, Sept. 30, 2010

By Staff

New law is needed to protect voting Rick Wagner’s recent column pointed out a horrible flaw in our election system: Anyone can register to vote with a utility bill or a Colorado driver’s license. All American voters should have ...

E-mail letters, Sept. 30, 2010

By Staff

History shows Americans have been willing to pay A tidbit on the History Channel told how President Washington signed the first federal tax to pay for the Revolutionary War.  The tax on liquor sparked the Whiskey Rebellion and Washington ...

Campaign finance complaint filed against Buescher

By The AP

DENVER — A Republican activist filed a complaint against Secretary of State Bernie Buescher, claiming the Democrat broke the law by using state workers to coordinate his campaign for re-election. The complaint, received by the secretary ...

Marijuana tracking on the way in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado wants to set up a first-in-the-nation tracking system of medical marijuana purchases to deter people from buying vast amounts of pot and selling it on the black market. Patients and marijuana advocates fear they will ...

Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results September 29, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - September 29, 2010 First Flight 1st Bob Fenner   2nd Neal Hays   3rd Mike ...

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