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Sentinel Colorado joined with media across the state to focus on mental health and stress during uniquely troubled times. Experts discuss the widespread need for mental health treatment. Read how a teacher, a grocery store worker, a drag queen, an athlete and many more are dealing the pandemic, economic crisis, civil rights unrest, climate change and political upheaval.

CAFE CURB APPEAL: Restaurants serving to-go and deliveries during the virus crisis — NEW...

Hundreds of area restaurants and thousands of jobs are in jeopardy again as the state works to contain a renewed spread of the novel coronavirus. Below are a partial list of area restaurants and coffee shops that are open and anxious for your business.




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Sentinel Roost

A complete welcome guide for the region's new neighbors

Nation and World

FBI chief calls Jan. 6 ‘domestic terrorism,’ defends intel

In characterizing the events of Jan. 6 as an act of domestic terrorism, Wray highlighted the FBI's growing concern about an increase in extremist violence in the U.S., including from militia groups, white supremacists and anarchists.

Colorado and Region

Colorado hits goal of vaccinating 70% of residents 70 and up

The state expects to receive 45,500 Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses this week. Delivery of the vaccine would come on top of 209,000 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, both of which require two shots.

Pyrex and Pink Daisies: Midcentury cookware is fab again

"I've always been an old soul and loved anything old," said Megan Telfer, a collector of vintage dishes, salt and pepper shakers, cookie jars and "a little bit of everything." The 26-year-old parole officer from the Dallas area said this hobby started with family.

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Trump White House

Trump the dominant force at conservative conference

"Donald J. Trump ain't going anywhere," said Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, one of several potential 2024 presidential contenders who spoke at the event, being held this year in Orlando to bypass COVID-19 restrictions.

That's Weird

Mars rover’s giant parachute carried secret message

Systems engineer Ian Clark used a binary code to spell out "Dare Mighty Things" in the orange and white strips of the 70-foot (21-meter) parachute. He also included the GPS coordinates for the mission's headquarters at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California

PURCELL: BREAKING — Money not the key to happiness

Get this: A study by McGill University has found that more money does not necessarily make people in low-income countries happier. I like more money as much...

Colorado Politics

Democrats make federal election standards a top priority

Democrats plan to move quickly on one of the first bills of the new Congress, citing the need for federal election standards and other reforms to shore up the foundations of American democracy after a tumultuous post-election period and deadly riot at the Capitol

Boys Basketball: Positive COVID-19 test ends Vista PEAK’s season

A positive COVID-19 test came in Monday night just minutes before the Vista PEAK boys basketball team was to tip off its game against Lakewood and the result will bring an early end to the season for coach Keenon Clement's Bison, which is a "punch to the gut for the program and the school," according to athletic director John Sullivan.