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Speed up approval for LNG facilities

By The Daily Sentinel

Elected officials in western Colorado have made a case for fast-tracking approval of a liquefied natural gas export terminal in Oregon on the promise of the substantial economic impact it would have here at home. But ramping up U.S. exports ...

Printed Letters: March 1, 2015

By Staff

Wagner’s column belongs on entertainment pages Many thanks to Rick Wagner for keeping us entertained with his visions through the tunnel on the subject of the scientific validity of global warming “theory.” I keep hoping to ...

Despite early cynicism, task force found common ground

By Guest Columnist

By Bernie Buescher and Rebecca Kourlis The Governor’s Oil and Gas Task Force has spent the last six months immersed in one of the state’s toughest public policy challenges. Twenty-one civic-minded people of good faith have met for ...


D.J. spins a victory

By Matt Meyer

When Jacob Montour banked in a fade-away 3-pointer, Grand Junction post player D.J. Wells just shrugged his shoulders and jogged to the other end of the court. It was the one 3-pointer Montour hit Saturday, as Wells was a strong perimeter ...


Triple the fun

By Patti Arnold

As the final seconds ticked down, Leanndra Gilbert stood alone in the backcourt at Brownson Arena, her arms outstretched. As the horn sounded, she slowly lifted her arms above her head in victory as the crowd roared and her teammates rushed ...


Loss in finale gives Mesa men No. 6 seed

By Patti Arnold

Now the task for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team is to regroup mentally. “It’s a resilient bunch, and they’ve showed that,” CMU coach Andy Shantz said Saturday night after the Mavericks’ second ...


Mavs sending 7 wrestlers 
to nationals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa senior James Martinez won the championship at 157 pounds and led a group of seven Mavericks wrestlers who qualified for the national meet Saturday at the NCAA Division II West Super Regional in Pueblo. Martinez was the lone ...

Mesa softball sweeps series with UCCS

By Patti Arnold

Everyone was ready to play Saturday morning at the CMU softball field. It was just a matter of waiting for the wind chill to cooperate. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference requires the wind chill to be at least 25 degrees for softball ...

3-point barrage ends Palisade girls’ 20-game win streak

By Dale Shrull

No. 21 was needed to advance to the Great 8, but the 3-point shot conspired against the Palisade Bulldogs. Palisade (22-3) saw its 20-game winning streak and season come to an end in the second round of the Class 4A state girls basketball ...

Moffat County ends Olathe’s 19-game winning streak

By Tim Harty

Olathe’s defense is used to making opponents play at a frantic pace that leads to turnovers or bad shots and fuels the Pirates’ offense. Moffat County has been on the receiving end twice, but Saturday the Bulldogs reversed roles, ...

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