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October 23, 2017 Ernest LuningErnest Luning

90-year-old Frank Francone bound for congressional ceremony to honor Filipino World War II vets

Ninety-year-old World War II veteran Frank Francone will be on hand Wednesday in Washington to help commemorate the service and sacrifice of the Filipino and Filipino-American soldiers who fought to liberate the Philippines more than 70 years ago.
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Colorado Editorials


October 23, 2017

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: North Avenue imbroglio cannot spill over to CMU

The Grand Junction City Council will formally decide next month whether to rescind an earlier decision to change North Avenue to University Boulevard.

October 23, 2017

Steamboat Today: Valley’s future in hands of Hayden voters?

In many ways, the communities of Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Craig are one big community called the Yampa Valley. Our futures are bound together, with residents traveling back and forth along the U.S. Highway 40 corridor for employment, recreation, education and shopping.

October 23, 2017

The Pueblo Chieftain: Stations 5 and 6: Caution

The Pueblo City Council has delayed a vote on making old power Stations 5 and 6 a landmark several times — and for good reason. We’re talking about private property, owned by Black Hills Energy, a company that balks at relinquishing control of its own land and building.

October 23, 2017

The Colorado Springs Gazette: Mental illness neglected at high cost

A young man used a knife to kill his 5-year-old sister and 7-year-old brother Tuesday.






Opinion


October 23, 2017

‘It’s time to stop turning over schools — and turn over the Denver school board’

It’s time to vote out the Denver Public School board and vote in a new slate committed to kids and community. Since 2005, the DPS leadership has adopted a free-market business model in governing public education. Under the guise of quality control, neighborhood schools serving the most vulnerable populations have been closed, veteran educators have been replaced, and students have been exploited and displaced.

October 20, 2017

Let Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ rest in peace

The Environmental Protection Agency has published official notice of plans to withdraw the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan (CPP). States will no longer be required to meet the specific carbon emission goals mandated by the CPP and will be free to develop their own goals and emission standards for power plants.

October 19, 2017

THE PODIUM: New study on Lakewood ballot measure reveals high cost of anti-growth agenda

Colorado has one of the strongest economies in the country, but we all know living in a growing state can be challenging. I’ll be the first to complain about traffic congestion, for example, and the first to demand more investment in our infrastructure.