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Prep golf results, Aug. 17, 2011

By Staff

Indian Invitational Wednesday at Black Canyon Golf Club Team Scores 1. Aspen 216; 2. Montezuma-Cortez 218; 3. Fruita Monument 223; 4. Grand Junction 224; 5. Rifle 229; 6. Durango 231; 7. Montrose 232; 8. Central 244; 9. Palisade 254; 10. ...


Kirkham, 1982 football team to be honored at Mesa

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Bob Cortese can’t wait to see the changes to campus and to reconnect with several former players. Steve Kirkham can’t wait to swap tales with his coaching mentors, Cortese, Doug Schakel and Rusty Crick. Both former coaches, who ...


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Local golfers fire low scores at Black Canyon in Indian Invitational

By Staff

Prep golfers continued to shoot low scores Wednesday in the early days of the season. Jakob Rudosky of Montezuma-Cortez fired a 3-under-par 67 to win the Indian Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Club. Two players came in at even-par 70, ...


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Portie to defend title at Rocky Mountain Open

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The oldest open golf tournament in Colorado features one of the hottest golfers in the state. The Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, in its 73rd year, begins today with the pro-am at Tiara Rado Golf Course. Friday through Sunday at Tiara Rado and ...


Over the Top: Talk American

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob suggests what freedom from the tyranny of Spanish words might entail for inhabitants of “Red Color.”  ...


Family drowning victim

Father of suspected drowning victim says he didn’t see son go under

By Paul Shockley

Kevin French said he didn’t see his son go under in the Colorado River on Tuesday. He never saw him come up, either. In the frantic seconds before 22-year-old Alex French slipped out of his view, Kevin French said he desperately tried ...


Email letters, August 17, 2011

By Staff

DOW did great job with outdoor safety class I would like to applaud the local Division of Wildlife along with the Mesa County Democrats who provided 25 middle- and high-school students the great opportunity to learn more about gun safety, ...


Perry’s poisonous attack on Bernanke

By Staff

Yee Haw! Get ready for a wild ride in the GOP presidential race, now that Texas Gov. Rick Perry has strapped on his spurs. Perry, all swagger and tough talk, burst out of the campaign gate like a cowboy riding 2,000 pounds of bull, but ended ...


Printed letters, August 18, 2011

By Staff

Paul was ignored in straw-poll story Ron Paul was completely ignored in reporting of Iowa straw poll results. What poor news reporting. In the Aug. 15 edition of The Daily Sentinel, there was a front-page story covering a range of things ...


Colorado can soon expect ominous black bus onslaught

By Staff

It was disappointing President Obama didn’t bring his tour to Colorado, but one positive was that the $2.6 million worth of jet-black, tinted-window, armored-looking buses bought for him showed that Mordor Industries had managed to ...


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