Only one newspaper can call itself the beacon for Colorado’s third-largest city: The Aurora Sentinel. For more than 100 years, the Aurora Sentinel has been telling the stories of a town that grew from a sleepy rural village into a economic, cultural and political powerhouse now home to 335,000 people. Each Thursday in print and daily online the Aurora Sentinel offers readers breaking news, features and in-depth analyses from our own back yard, next door, across the country and from around the globe. In addition, the Aurora Sentinel Home Edition is the legal newspaper in Aurora and in Adams and Arapahoe counties, providing a legal record of area governments, courts and legal filings.
The Aurora Sentinel editorial team is one of the most respected and honored in the state, honored each year as a news leader for stories, editorials and columns about the people and issues that matter most in the greater Aurora area.
As a reader and an advertiser, influence and credibility matter. The Aurora Sentinel has been banking on its position as Aurora’s news trusted source for generations, bringing the community news about the community, schools, business, entertainment, prep sports, health, government, people and so much more. Each week, the Sentinel reaches tens of thousands of readers who see the paper on newsstands or get home and business delivery. Thousands more get their news at AuroraSentinel.com. You can, too.
Thursday print editions
The Aurora Sentinel is on stands and delivered to homes and businesses each Thursday as a full-color tab in one or two sections.
AuroraSentinel.com is the mothership for a fleet of news and feature products, including local, regional and national news. The AuroraSentinel.com website is home to videos, customer contact forms and all news, sports and feature archives. A comprehensive community, news, entertainment and events calendar is a centerpiece to the website.
Weekday Morning Email
Each weekday, the Aurora Sentinel news desk sends free headlines and updates straight to your email box giving you a roundup of the most important stories locally, across the state and from around the world. Catch up on everything you need in the time it takes to enjoy your morning coffee.
First off for readers, Quidnunc’s sassy report on who’s done what that they don’t want you to know about, Editor Dave Perry’s weekly reason to love to hate him and a look at the issues ahead in Aurora.
Top news, features and briefs focusing on greater Aurora, the state’s third-largest city.
The voices of the Aurora Sentinel editorial board, community members and columnists near and far.
Weekly stories, features and briefs on business trends, people and issues affecting Aurora business owners, managers and employees.
A weekly look at how the make the good life even better.
A monthly focus on food, dining, sustainable agriculture and the state’s unique beer, wine and spirits community.
Each month, a long look at the health-related events, people, discoveries and places focusing on getting better and staying that way.
A monthly focus on making your nest the best place possible to live.