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Arenado hits 3 homers, powers Rockies past Padres 18-4

By The AP

DENVER — To fire up Nolan Arenado , just give him a day off. His manager mandated he sit a game, and Arenado stewed over it for a night before taking it out on the baseball. Arenado lined three homers as part of his five-hit afternoon ...


Prosecutors: Former police lieutenant stole $132K from town

By The AP

GOLDEN — A former Colorado police lieutenant is accused of stealing more than $132,000 from the town of Morrison over a five-year period. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Anthony Joiner, who was second in command at the police department, ...


Sen. McCain diagnosed with brain tumor after clot is removed

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, Vietnam prisoner of war and political maverick in Congress for more than three decades, has been diagnosed with an aggressive type of brain tumor. The 80-year-old ...


OJ Simpson making case for his freedom on live TV

By The AP

LOVELOCK, Nev. — Former football star and convicted felon O.J. Simpson will command the world’s attention once again Thursday when he pleads for his freedom on live TV. Simpson was convicted in 2008 of an armed robbery involving ...


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‘Sum-sum-summertime’ Grand Valley numbers to 
reflect on for summer

By Staff

There are only 26 days left until school starts for most District 51 students. If you are a Caprock Academy student, make that four days. Alas, the barefoot, jump-in-the-pool, school-free days of summer are drawing to an end. With this in ...


Museums are doing some soul searching

By The Daily Sentinel

When the Sentinel’s editorial board meets with any kind of organization — whether it’s a nonprofit, a government agency or a citizens advocacy group — we’re usually the ones asking the questions. Supporters of ...


Printed Letters: July 20, 2017

By Staff

Critical to support 
criminal justice As we pour coffee and open our morning papers, sheriff’s deputies will be working to provide public safety services over more than 3,000 square miles of a county experiencing a growing ...


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Let’s get ready to rumble

By Rick Wagner

Recent interactions between the city of Grand Junction and Mesa County administrations seem to leave us little choice but to recall the profound words of national treasure and statesman Bugs Bunny when he has said, many times, to opponents ...


Opinion Time: With the trading deadline coming up, should Rockies make a trade?

By Staff

Matt Meyer Sentinel sports writer The Rockies’ offense doesn’t need any work with an over-crowded outfield and strong infield. The starting pitching is full of young arms, at least two of whom will end up in the bullpen because ...


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The arms race

By Matt Meyer

Heading into the summer, Dave Jahnke needed pitching. The coach of Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team had relied on position players from District 51 teams, whether or not they’d pitched for their high school team, to toe ...


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