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Broncos have pieces needed to succeed

By Rick Jussel

It’s all over, even the shouting. Now, it’s time for serious tinkering. John Elway, upon taking the reins of the football operations for the Denver Broncos almost a year ago, said rebuilding the team would take three years. ...

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Local athletes, coaches relate to Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow

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Mac Alexander knows the challenge of playing sports while trying to live a Christian lifestyle. The Colorado Mesa University student-athlete and Montrose native was raised in a Christian home. He came to Mesa to play football, but a spine ...

Broncos have what it takes to beat Pats

By Rick Jussel

It was Dec. 18 in Denver and on hand was big bad Bill Belichick, Hall of Fame to-be quarterback Tom Brady and the rest of the New England Patriots. The Broncos were riding a six-game winning streak, the Patriots were at five and ...

Jussel: Broncos need some magic to top Steelers

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos have the Pittsburgh Steelers right where they want them — surely feeling overconfident and looking ahead to their next matchup against New England or Baltimore. How could it be otherwise after a week of preparing for ...

Broncos must decide if Tebow is QB of future

By Rick Jussel

Denver Bronco fans asked for it, and they got it. Out with Kyle Orton, Bronco fans pleaded after the team opened 1-4 this season. In with Tim Tebow, those same fans begged. Bronco fans en masse, certainly familiar with old folk tales, ...

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Excitement brews as Grand Junction Roller Girls ready for inaugural bout

By Nick Walter

The caffeine-cravers and sandwich-munchers at Roasted Espresso And Subs often break out in conversation when Heidl Hasenauer is behind the counter. They talk about roller derby – the new sport in town. I love roller derby, some tell her. ...

New safety requirements put in place to keep athletes with concussions on sidelines

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Coaching and supervising youth sports will be much different now that a statewide law aimed to protect young athletes from head injuries is in effect. Any public or private school, club or recreation facility that sponsors youth athletic ...

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Missed opportunities, renovations and resignations round out top stories of 2011

By Staff

When the USA Pro Cycling Challenge was announced, a bunch of interest was stirred around the state. There was a lot of interest, curiosity and uncertainty about the event as communities put together a bid to host the inaugural event in ...


Tragedy, triumph and changes mark some of the moments of 2011

By Staff

Palisade was stunned June 19 when Gabriel Hellmann drowned in a private pond on East Orchard Mesa. His drowning was selected the No. 6 local sports story of 2011 by the Sentinel staff. Hellmann would have been a senior at Palisade High ...

Skyway Skuffle a great race for ordinary skiers

By Nick Walter

As the race director and a competitor, Tom Ella may not have time to hit the slopes during Saturday’s Grand Mesa Nordic Council Skyway Skuffle 10-kilometer freestyle race on Grand Mesa. But he hopes the ordinary skier will come out and ...

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