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DENVER (AP) – A bill to crack down on cyberbullying faces a tough test Wednesday in the Colorado Senate. The bill would make cyberbullying a misdemeanor harassment charge punishable by as much as...
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2015/03/04 06:17
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Tiki Island Internet Cafe, 350 North Ave., promotes its “Sweepstakes Room” on its Facebook page and offers customers the ability to “play games, win ca$h, surf the web, check e-mails and social media...
2015/03/03 05:30
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DENVER — There is a new push at the state Capitol to change the way you wash your face. Some lawmakers want to ban the plastic beads found in some personal care products like face wash, toothpaste...
2015/03/02 15:52
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STERLING — Logan County Commissioner Gene Meisner and his wife, Linda, were recognized as 2015 Republicans of the Year at the Lincoln Day Dinner Saturday, at Plainsman Grill. The award was presented...
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All seniors are welcome to Coffee & Conversation from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays at the Bell Tower at 50 College Drive, in Room 200. The event is hosted by the Senior Social Center, which is a place...
2015/02/28 07:17
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Council candidates spar at debate Dennis Simpson, right, gives his statement on city issues while Chris Kennedy listens during a debate Friday at the Redlands Rotary Club luncheon between the two...
2015/02/28 01:09
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Craig — A Senate bill that’s moving through the Colorado Senate chamber could give some Moffat County residents who own mineral rights a sigh of relief. Senate Bill 15-093 passed its third reading in...
2015/02/27 12:18
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Sentinel readers, I bid you adieu I’m a little biased, but there really is no place like Grand Junction, Colorado, USA. The people, the history, the fractious politics, the bona fide sense of...
2015/02/27 07:17
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Bill aims to bring feds, local governments together on land It isn’t an attempt to wrestle control of public lands from the federal government as other states are pushing for, but rather an effort...
2015/02/26 07:45
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FILE - In this July 12, 2013 file photo, anti-abortion rights supporter Katherine Aguilar holds a crucifix and prays while opponents and supporters of abortion rights gather in the State Capitol...
2015/02/24 18:18
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A new school in southeast Denver will bear the name of a former state senator credited with establishing the Auraria Higher Education Campus downtown and spearheading clean-up of the South Platte...
2015/02/23 22:45
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FILE - In this July 12, 2013 file photo, anti-abortion rights supporter Katherine Aguilar holds a crucifix and prays while opponents and supporters of abortion rights gather in the State Capitol...
2015/02/23 00:18
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The Colorado Senate will be closed Monday due to the winter storm that hit the Front Range this weekend, officials said. According to a news release by the Colorado Senate Republicans, unsafe driving...
2015/02/22 23:09
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Craig — On Jan. 28, Sen. Leroy Garcia, D-Pueblo, introduced a piece of legislation intended to help rural communities like Craig attract tourists with less of a burden on advertising and marketing...
2015/02/21 08:18
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Republicans in the Colorado Senate advanced a pro-fracking measure Friday that makes a statement in advance of a long-awaited report on new limits on the oil and gas industry. The Senate bill would...
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2015/02/21 07:17
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Senate gives preliminary nod to pay-card proposal The Colorado Senate gave preliminary approval Friday to a bill that puts some guardrails on how private employers can pay their employees with the...
2015/02/21 07:17
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Frack bans would cost cities cash under bill Royalty owners of mineral rights that have been banned in certain localities would still be compensated for those rights under a bill that won preliminary...
2015/02/20 12:17
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When you descend into the narrow, black, cavern lodged in that hillside above the fabled streets of that historic city, you just know — maybe because of intuition, maybe because of more powerful...
2015/02/20 07:12
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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Watch what you're doing if you're sporting the latest t-shirt craze in the Grand Valley. Nitelife Billiards and Supply has caught the eye of international customers with their...
2015/02/19 21:10
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Thursday, February 19, 2015 Group presses for concealed carry on campus to ward off sexual assaultAs more universities are under investigation for how they handle sexual assaults on campus, the...
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