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Utah man charged in luggage bomb threat case

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors are pressing charges against a man accused of claiming to have a bomb in his luggage after missing his flight out of Denver. Forty-nine-year-old Sergei Berejnoi of Sandy, Utah was charged with endangering public ...


Colo. gov: More tough budget cuts expected

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter today warned state lawmakers that they will be facing more of the same unpopular budget cuts that were made over the past three years as they grapple with a $715 million shortfall next year. The governor ...


Tulowitzki. Gonzalez, Arroyo win 1st Gold Gloves

By The AP

NEW YORK — Colorado shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez have won their first NL Gold Glove awards, joined by Cincinnati pitcher Bronson Arroyo as a first-time winner. St. Louis first baseman Albert Pujols ...


Bender to lead Colo. Supreme Court

By The AP

DENVER — Michael Bender will be the new chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, replacing Mary J. Mullarkey, who is retiring after 23 years on the bench. Bender has been an associate justice on the Supreme Court since 1997 and was ...


Powderhorn Snowball 2010 benefit Saturday at Mesa State

By Staff

Snowball 2010, a fundraiser for the Powderhorn Racing Club, will be 6-10 p.m. Saturday at the Mesa State College Center Ballroom. The event features guest speaker Casey Puckett, a five-time U.S. Olympic skier and X Games gold medalist. In ...


BLM leases 800 acres for geothermal development

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado Springs company paid just under $30,000 today to lease about 800 acres near Buena Vista for geothermal development. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management said 3E Geothermal, LLC, paid $29,600, or $37 per acre, for the parcel, near ...


Powderhorn hosts job fair Saturday

By Staff

Powderhorn Ski Resort is hosting a job fair at the ski area base lodge from 9 a.m. - noon Saturday. Anyone interested in winter seasonal employment at the resort is encouraged to attend. A variety of positions are available, including ski ...


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Blind hunter sights in opportunity to take a buck

By Dave Buchanan

After cautiously waiting and watching the shadows grow light, the buck mule deer slowly stepped out of the trees. Vance Wilson turned his head and whispered, “He’s out now, I think we’ll get a shot.” Darrel Chapman, ...


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State parks honoring veterans

By Dave Buchanan

Fall out. To the nearest Colorado state park, that is. All 42 state parks are offering free admission Thursday to veterans in honor of Veterans Day. “In honor of their dedication to service, country and freedom, Colorado State Parks is ...


Headed out Christmas tree hunting?

By The Daily Sentinel

Are you heading into the woods to cut your own Christmas tree? Daily Sentinel reporter Rachel Sauer is writing a story about Christmas do-it-yourself-ers. Contact her at 970-256-4263 or by e-mail at .(JavaScript must be enabled to ...


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