8 Colorado newspapers put Trump’s refusal to say he’ll accept election results on the front page
Today, eight newspapers across Colorado feature last night’s presidential debate coverage on their front pages. All of them lead with the angle that Donald Trump would not commit to accepting the election results if Hillary Clinton Wins, saying, “I’ll keep you in suspense.”
Those papers include The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, The Greeley Tribune, The Loveland Reporter-Herald, The Durango Herald, The Longmont Times-Call, The Boulder Daily Camera, The Denver Post and The Colorado Springs Gazette.
More news featured on today’s front pages across Colorado include:
A father-and-son pair of suspects in a “shooting of three men in Molina this month drove across the country in two days to accost the men and demand marijuana and money, court records show,” The Grand Junction Daily Camera reports.
Fort Collins is hoping to preserve the handprint, cast in concrete, of comedian Jack Benny that’s now showing its age, according to The Coloradoan.
The Greeley Tribune reports today about how after a Weld county commissioner “released confidential records to protest county meetings with utility companies, the rest of the commissioners are left scratching their heads.” Commissioner Sean Conway recently released emails, “which detailed the county’s attorney giving the board legal advice before a planned September meeting with Xcel Energy, alleging the meeting was a kind of unethically private correspondence called ex parte communication. The emails went public this week when a conservative blog published them.”
The Loveland Reporter-Herald profiles the 2nd District congressional race between incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis and Republican Nicholas Morse, finding they “differ on issues.”
“Trail improvements at Rita Valentine Park, a dog poop composting program and more off-leash zones are among the things dog advocates in Steamboat Springs are considering proposing to city officials in the coming months,” reports The Steamboat Pilot.
The Durango Herald fronts a report on a speech by Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence at the La Plata County Fairgrounds who defended his running mate Donald Trump. “He riled cheers from the crowd when he promised, under Trump’s leadership, conservative Supreme Court justices, an end to Obama’s health care plan and an end to the “war on coal” in lieu of an “all-of-the-above” policy on natural resources.”
“City officials and others will be on hand Saturday morning to listen to community feedback about Longmont’s proposed marijuana home grow regulations,” reports The Times-Call.
The Denver Post fronts an Associated Press report about how businesses in Colorado are changing their attitudes toward legal marijuana and funding both sides of the national legalization battle.
There are pros and cons of a local open space tax reauthorization, and The Aspen Times is on it.
The Gazette reports how the feds are looking into a claim of a secret wait list for the VA.
A fire in Jenkins, Colorado, has zero-percent containment and has engulfed more than 16,000 acres, according to The Cañon City Daily Record.