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10 Things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 16

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. HOW U.S. RAMPS UP RESPONSE TO EBOLA The Obama administration will assign 3,000 American military personnel to West Africa to support ...


Arrest made in fatal Calhan shooting

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities have arrested a woman suspected of shooting a man to death at a home in the small town of Calhan northeast of Colorado Springs. El Paso County sheriff’s spokesman Cmdr. Jeff Kramer says deputies were ...


2 killed, 2 injured in crash north of Greeley

By The AP

GREELEY — Authorities say two people were killed and two others were injured when the vehicle they were in was struck by a tractor-trailer that rolled over north of Greeley. The Greeley Tribune reports the truck was hauling logs when it ...


Marijuana caregivers face Colorado crackdown

By The AP

DENVER — Marijuana caregivers who grow pot on behalf of medical patients are under the microscope on Colorado — again. The state Board of Health is due to vote Tuesday on a new rule limiting those marijuana caregivers to 10 ...


Income inequality and the state’s fiscal health

By The Daily Sentinel

How many Coloradans know what the state’s income tax rate is?  Whether you make $22,000 a year or $122,000, all income earners pay the same rate, 4.63 percent. Colorado is one of only eight states that levies a flat rate, which has ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 16, 2004

By Staff

Did the Sentinel get a grant from Monsanto to print the very one-sided article on GMOs on Sunday’s front page? Nowhere was it mentioned the reason people like me want GMO labeling: so that I know which foods are swimming in the most ...


Fracking cease-fire didn’t last long

By Jim Spehar

“It is a vain hope to make people happy by politics.” — Thomas Carlyle If Gov. John Hickenlooper expected the compromise proposal to remove competing oil and gas measures from the November ballot to meet with universal ...


Tigers sending 2 to state golf

By Staff

The postseason brings out the best in Grand Junction senior Donny Kinnaman, which he demonstrated again Monday by finishing second in the Class 5A Southern Regional boys golf tournament. Kinnaman shot even-par 71 to finish as the runner-up at ...


Mesa men’s golf team in 12th

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s men’s golf team is in 12th place in the 17-team Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational at Tascosa Country Club in Amarillo, Texas after the first two rounds. The Mavericks shot rounds of 297 and 291 for a 588 total ...


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CMU volleyball on the map

By Allen Gemaehlich

Three wins over top-10 nationally ranked programs was enough. Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team cracked the American Volleyball Coaches Association top 25 on Monday after wins last weekend over then-No. 5 Central Missouri and No. 10 ...


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