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EPA rigs energy markets; western Colorado loses

By Guest Columnist

By Stuart Sanderson Colorado Mining Association The Western Slope was recently rocked by the layoff of 150 miners at the Bowie Mine in Delta County. The announcement drew widespread sympathy and support for the families whose lives have been ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 23, 2104

By Staff

Why should anyone respect our laws, if president won’t? The president made no mention of the U.S. Constitution when he announced his latest executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants. He insists it is not amnesty. I will ...

A win-win for the Roan

By The Daily Sentinel

It was complicated, tricky and a long time coming, but a decade-long drilling dispute on the Roan Plateau has been settled to the satisfaction of all parties. It took cooperation on a massive scale. Sportsmen, environmentalists, federal ...

Wildlife director defends efforts to protect Gunnison sage-grouse

By Guest Columnist

By Bob Broscheid Colorado Parks and Wildlife director Readers of the Sentinel deserve a far more accurate and balanced presentation of the efforts involved in conserving the Gunnison sage grouse than what they were provided in Bill ...

Pass a bill

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve made no secret of our support for immigration reform. President Barack Obama’s unilateral action to make sweeping changes to immigration policy was a step in the right direction — if for no other reason than it provides ...


A crowd-funded victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa volleyball coach Dave Fleming jumped up, waved his arms in the air, then put one hand near his ear. The Brownson Arena crowd of 1,055 fans stood up, raised their voices and whistled to a deafening level Saturday night. The ...

Dukes’ goal lifts CMU into soccer Final 4

By Staff

SEATTLE — In only the eighth season men’s soccer has been played at Colorado Mesa, the Mavericks are headed to the NCAA Division II Final Four. Junior forward Charlie Dukes, off a crossing pass from Kevin Escobar and a touch by ...

Mesa men take advantage of size mismatch in close victory

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team played well down the stretch for the second straight game to pick up an 80-78 victory Saturday over Northern New Mexico in the second day of the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs ...



By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — Time was dwindling Saturday, but enough remained for Buena Vista to dare hope it could still come back and claim a state title. Especially with the Demons on the Paonia 2-yard line with second down. A run by Buena Vista ...



By Dale Shrull

RIFLE — Rifle earned another seven days and one more game this season. That’s been Rifle’s philosophy since the football playoffs started: Win, and the team gets seven more days together. After a powerful performance ...

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