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Here’s a look at ‘What’s On Your Thanksgiving Table’ answers

By Dixie Burmeister

Thanksgiving talk is swirling around as much as the fall leaves right now. How do you cook your turkey? Cranberry sauce in the can or fresh? In a recent Parade magazine in The Daily Sentinel, I discovered that The Barefoot Contessa (Ina ...

Water main break at 25 Road north of Patterson forces detour

By Staff

According to Ute Water, 25 road between F Road (Patterson) and F 1/2 Road is closed because of a water main break in the area. Traffic will have to be rerouted around the area. until crews can repair the damage. Check back for updates on ...

Afflalo, Faried lead Nuggets past Pelicans, 117-97

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Nuggets were struggling and scuffling when they left for the road a week ago. Five games later they look like the team coach Brian Shaw envisioned. Kenneth Faried and Arron Afflalo scored 19 points each, Wilson ...

Boulder County election results not certified

By The AP

BOULDER — A majority of the Boulder County Canvass Board has voted not to certify the results of the Nov. 4 election. Some board members are criticizing the signature verification process and claim the results are unreliable. County ...


Tourney time

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa fed off another big crowd Friday night to open the NCAA Division II South Central Regional with a victory at Brownson Arena. The seventh-ranked Mavericks, playing in their first NCAA tournament since 2007, defeated Angelo State ...

Late layup lifts CMU men to win

By Staff

Julian Vasquez made a layup with four seconds left Friday night as Colorado Mesa edged Colorado College 71-70 in the first day of the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs men’s basketball tournament. Aside from the deciding basket, ...



By Matt Meyer

Rulon Gardner, at 43 years old, can still “kick the snot out of” younger wrestlers. The Greco-Roman wrestling champion is training for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Gardner said he still has 50 pounds to lose, but ...

Mavs want to continue run in NCAA soccer tourney

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team is charting new territory, and the Mavericks don’t plan on turning back. The 11th-ranked Mavericks (17-3-1) overcame a one-goal deficit to defeat St. Edward’s (Texas) University 2-1 in ...


Battle to be the best

By Tim Harty

No. 1 meets No. 2 in a battle of unbeatens. That alone makes for a compelling Class 1A state football championship when top-seeded Paonia hosts Buena Vista at 1 p.m. today at Paonia Town Park. But there’s much more to this ...

Meeker coach praises both Paonia and Buena Vista

By Tim Harty

Meeker High School football coach Shane Phelan had a team this fall that nearly reached the Class 1A state final. The Cowboys finished their season 10-2 after losing to Buena Vista in a semifinal last week. Their other loss? That was to the ...

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