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042311 Prep soccer

Grand Junction soccer team hosts Legacy at Walker Field

By Patrick Bahr

A perfect season doesn’t exist. No matter the level or sport, adversity always seems to creep up at some point during the season. The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team knows this all too well. “We’ve been ...


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Grand Junction girls lacrosse team thrilled to host Douglas County

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The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse players and coaches wear it on their wrists. “GJHS Lax 2011. Believe.’ The orange wrist bands have served as a reminder of their team motto, ‘Believe.’ The Tigers ...


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Clifton woman allegedly beat, burned child

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Mesa County sheriff’s deputies arrested Clifton resident Dianeth Pittman, 39, on Monday on suspicion that she gave a child a black eye. Pittman, who lives at 463 Topaz Drive, Unit B, originally told deputies the black eye was caused by ...


Synthetic pot ban approved in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Synthetic marijuana known as “Spice” or “K2” is closer to a Colorado ban after lawmakers weakened penalties to possessing the now-illicit drug. The state Senate gave preliminary approval today to a state ...


E-mail letters, May 9, 2011

By Staff

Obama should order destruction of hideout There is one remaining act of bravery that would be proof positive of the wisdom and especially the courage of the commander in chief, President Obama. Ever since he decided that it is ...


The Frankencruiser and other rites of spring for the Spehar family

By Jim Spehar

Officially, the first day of spring was nearly two months ago. The vernal equinox, the date when the sun begins to outrun the moon, occurred back on March 20. Not so in our household. The Spehar family’s chronology pays no mind to ...


It’s time to get used to CMU

By The Daily Sentinel

The roughly 1,200 diplomas that will be awarded to Mesa State College graduates Sunday will likely be the last to carry the Mesa State appellation. Those who receive diplomas in coming years expect to receive them from Colorado Mesa ...


Printed letters, May 10, 2011

By Staff

How much time do Grand Junction Planning Commission members put in on their planning or how seriously do members take their jobs? An April 26 article by Amy Hamilton, “Vehicle storage near trail OK’d,” stated the Planning ...


Details, details

By The Daily Sentinel

The old adage that the devil is in the details is especially true of Senate Bill 208, which would merge the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the State Parks and Recreation Division. The bill, which has sailed rapidly through the state ...


Attorneys scramble to block Utah immigration law

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Civil rights attorneys were scrambling today to delay the implementation Tuesday of a Utah law that allows police to check the citizenship status of anyone they arrest. At the same time, a federal judge scheduled a ...


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