Utah’s governor has signed a law approving the use of a firing squad as an alternative to lethal injection in executing prisoners.
The bill, with his signature, makes Utah the only state in which such a...
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- Sunshine Week
- Standardized testing
- Tres Rios plan
- Overcoming mistakes
- Wild horses
- ‘Islamic radicals’
Letters to the editor
I acquired a new assignment this year, which is to chair the legislative oversight committee for Colorado’s new health insurance exchange, known as Connect for Health Colorado. While I’d been on the...
- Water rights, healthy streams statewide issues
- The GOP presidential racing form: First edition
- Obama has behaved like a Republican
- A diminished Fed unsure of next move on rates
- Plan for local mounted patrol welcome
- Gardner copped out on first senate vote
- Pot suit violated 11th Amendment
- Both parties kill much-needed measures
- Gardner should hide in shame, resign
President Barack Obama has...
My father, Herm Guillet, liked to visit...
MECC Cares for kids
Many of us have heard and perhaps said...
I sympathize with Mr. Berger's frustration with cats in his area; fortunately, I live in an area where most cats are spayed and neutered, and we seldom see roaming cats.
- Christmas trees have uses after holidays
- Thanks for making Dining for Recycling special
- Judy Marquez: Thanks for the support
- Public comments helped lay groundwork for Rico-West Dolores travel planning
- Letters Don't blame county for TDRs
I am sorry guys but didn't our Sheriff just ask for input on our new pot laws? I sort of got the feeling he was talking to me for some reason.
Mr. Spruell. Sir. When...
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