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Printed Letters: April 20, 2014

By Staff

D51 should keep teacher, ditch GJHS administration As a parent of a child taught by Jane White, I can personally vouch for her professionalism and quality as an educator. It is true that White demands a lot from her students, but as a parent ...


Impartial fracking study a good idea

By The Daily Sentinel

To date, no independent research study indicates that hydraulic fracturing, done properly, presents a threat to the environment or human health. However, the debate over “settled” science underscores the false promise of ...


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SHEDDING HAPPY TEARS

By Tim Harty

When it was over ... After a senior’s determination defied a first-set collapse to stand strong as the weight of her team’s postseason dream straddled her shoulders alone ... ... Shannen McNamara cried. And every hug from ...


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24-0: Mavs impossible to beat at Suplizio

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s baseball team finished what it started. The 17th-ranked Mavericks wrapped up the home portion of their schedule Saturday with another victory, defeating Colorado Christian 13-4 to finish 24-0 at Suplizio Field this ...


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Mixed-up mad dash makes for wild criterium finish

By Dale Shrull

The final sprint usually decides the criterium, but this finish was a messy mass of riders. The mass finish at Saturday’s Maverick Classic Criterium in downtown Grand Junction was rare because it was a mix of lapped riders and ...


Zirbel wins ‘race of truth’ time trial in rain

By Dale Shrull

It’s called the race of truth. One cyclist riding against the clock. No drafting, no help from teammates, no false hopes. The cold, rainy, hard truth in Saturday morning’s Maverick Classic individual time trial was this was a ...


Mavs split in softball, drop to third in RMAC

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s softball team remained in position to win the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season title with a doubleheader split Saturday in Spearfish, S.D., but dropped one spot in the standings. The Mavericks rolled to ...


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Mavs come up short in final

By Tim Harty

The final score doesn’t hint at it, but the gap is closing between Colorado Mesa and Western New Mexico, which won its fifth straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s tennis championship Saturday. The Mustangs won the ...


Estep, Price lead Warriors

By Staff

Michael Price hit his first home run of the season Saturday afternoon and Michael Estep threw six innings of one-run baseball to lead Central High School to a 7-1 nonleague victory over Denver North. Only hours before the scheduled start ...


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THE DEUTSCHE EXPRESS

By Dale Shrull

When Patric Rostel heard about a talented young cyclist from Germany looking to come to the United States, he went to work. The Colorado Mesa University cycling coach is in his first full year on the job, so he’s pretty new to ...


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