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Tight end now one of Broncos’ many strengths

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Tight end has gone from a position of weakness to one of strength for the Denver Broncos. Credit the addition of Vernon Davis and the promotion of Brock Osweiler. The tight ends were an afterthought for much of the season as ...

Brothers survive 2 avalanches while skiing in Colorado

By The AP

OPHIR — Two brothers survived two massive avalanches while skiing in Colorado’s backcountry even though both feared the other was dead. Alex and Brian Holmes were skiing near Telluride, from Trout Lake to Ophir, on ...

Produce in Costco salad linked to E. coli is being recalled

By The AP

SAN FRANCISCO — Federal officials say a business is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of E.coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states. Taylor Farms ...

Sounds like a plan

By Greg Walcher

Ever since the writings of Solomon more than 900 years BC, it has been said that “there is nothing new under the sun.” He was not referring to Colorado’s continual water planning, but he could not have described it ...

Unmet expectations

By The Daily Sentinel

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, let’s first acknowledge that we’re thankful to have a Downtown Development Authority because it has a sizable impact on economic development efforts. Since it was created in 1981, the DDA has funded ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 27, 2015

By Staff

Bennet protects clean water for sportsmen Many of us live in Colorado because it offers some of the best hunting and fishing in the country, and I’m no exception. We’re lucky to be close to many sources of clean water that are ...


Here’s Jonny!

By Jon Mitchell

DELTA — The lone blemish on a stellar high school football career by Jonny Ponce is something he still looks back on and cringes. The senior running back for Delta drew a pair of unsportsmanlike-conduct penalties during the ...

Court nixes sex offender’s ‘get a job’ appeal

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals rejected an argument from a local man who claimed a judge abused discretion by revoking probation for failure to pay costs in court-ordered treatment. Camron Ridge Mickelsen had argued that a decision by Mesa ...

More Coloradans use seat belts, but trail rest of nation

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans are using their seat belts more than ever, but they’re still under the national average, according to a survey on seat belt use released by the Colorado Department of Transportation. According to the survey, conducted every ...

Visitor bureau gets tourism grant from state

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau was one of 28 nonprofit groups in the state to share in $500,000 in matching grants from the Colorado Tourism Office on Tuesday. The grants, which are to be used for marketing efforts, mark a ...

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