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Printed Letters: Sept. 21, 2014

By Staff

Women: Be informed on Gardner’s views A woman’s right to make her own health care choices is under attack. Congressman Cory Gardner’s support of the personhood amendments to our state constitution in 2008 and 2010 is ...

Our biggest challenge: Speaking with one voice

By The Daily Sentinel

Sometimes an outsider’s perspective helps correct the forest-for-the-trees myopia we can experience when we’re too close to something. Such was the case earlier this week when John Frank addressed a room full of business leaders ...

Mavs open RMAC play with thriller at Adams State

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa-Adams State football game came down to the final play again. This time, Colorado Mesa made the play for the victory, defeating Adams State 28-20 on Saturday night at Rex Field in Alamosa. It was the Mavericks’ first ...

Mavs overcome third-set hiccup to sweep

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team swept its third consecutive Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponent, but Chadron State didn’t go down quietly. The Eagles came out strong in the third set before succumbing 25-10, 25-9, 25-21 on ...


Bulldogs flex their muscle

By Dale Shrull

Palisade’s flexbone once again flexed its power in another methodical win. Using the potent running game, which chalked up 200 first-half yards, and a stifling defense, the Bulldogs dismantled Summit 36-7 on Saturday at Stocker Stadium ...

Wildcats fall short of upset

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — All last week during practice, Fruita Monument High School football coach Sean Mulvey impressed on his players the importance of emotion, something he felt his team had lacked in its first three games, all losses. The ...


Demons overwhelm young GJ soccer team

By Matt Meyer

Applying on-the-ball pressure and limiting Durango’s offensive possession Saturday morning, the Grand Junction High School boys soccer team held Durango to one goal in the first half. But the Demons responded with four goals in the ...

Jussel: Now it’s time for Broncos to show up

By Rick Jussel

Feeling a bit underwhelmed by the Denver Broncos’ first two performances? Join the crowd. Yes, the Broncos are 2-0, lead the AFC West and have a leg up on their biggest challengers. However, it’s still somewhat of an empty ...


Football reversal

By Tim Harty

Jesse Reed, three-time state wrestling champion, didn’t play football last fall. Jacob Trujillo, two-time state wrestling champion, didn’t play football last fall or the fall before. Jacob Seely, two-time state wrestling ...

Prep football scores, Sept. 20, 2014

By Staff

Palisade 36, Summit 7 Saturday at Stocker Stadium Summit 7 0 0 0 — 7 Palisade 7 15 7 7 — 36 P — Matt Sorenson 7 run (Marques Combs kick) S — Eddie Jain 35 pass from Luke Egging (Daniel Lopez kick) P — Quincy ...

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