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E-mail letters, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

GOP majority shows true colors Just when I thought I had seen the depths of hypocrisy to which supposedly principled politicians may stoop, I am stunned to see the new GOP majority in the House — who have already backpedaled on their ...

Xanders get more responsibility, accountability

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Brian Xanders is getting more responsibility and accountability in the Denver Broncos’ new management structure. John Elway’s first decision as the team’s new football czar was to retain Xanders, who was ...

Hickenlooper names FBI agent to head public safety

By The AP

DENVER — The man in charge of the FBI in Colorado has been picked to lead the state’s public safety department. Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper announced his decision to appoint Jim Davis to the post today. Davis, a 25-year FBI ...

Going nuclear

By The Daily Sentinel

The approval of a controversial $150 million uranium mill in Montrose County’s West End doesn’t mean we’re headed back to the bad old days of unregulated mill production that resulted in costly, taxpayer-funded cleanups ...

Printed letters, Jan. 7, 2011

By Staff

GOP victories boosted business hiring It is no mistake that the elections last November led to better business hiring in December. That election allowed Republicans to hold the Democratic lame ducks hostage and that resulted in the extension ...

Can a nation without fiscal discipline endure?

By Josh Penry

Now that’s more like it. Two weeks ago I ripped congressional Republicans, then in the minority party during the waning hours of Nancy Pelosi’s lame-duck session, for getting boxed into an unholy budget alliance with President ...

Grill decision was well done

By The Daily Sentinel

Congratulations to members of the Grand Junction City Council. They evidently recognized the horrible message they would send if they booted a private contractor from food-service operations at two municipal golf courses in favor of a ...

Mike Mularkey cancels interview with Broncos

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey has canceled his interview with the Denver Broncos, who wanted to talk to him about their head coaching vacancy. John Elway, the Broncos’ new executive vice president ...

George sole finalist for college presidency

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle resident is looking to further broaden his wide range of public service by becoming a college president. Russell George has been named the finalist being considered for the presidency of Colorado Northwestern Community College, ...

Longhorns driven through downtown Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Longhorn steer were herded through downtown Denver today as the city welcomed the return of the National Western Stock Show. Cowgirls and cowboys rode on horseback from the city’s historic Union Station to the state ...

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