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Trump stands to win Colorado

By Rick Wagner

The first debate of the century is behind us and the national media is once again able to enjoy its favorite pastime, analyzing what each other thinks and describing to people who already saw the event, what it looked like. I watched and ...


Opinion Time: With the baseball season winding down, who will win the MVP and Cy Young awards in the

By Staff

Chris Magninie Sentinel sports copy editor/designer AL MVP: Mike Trout may be the best player in baseball, but Mookie Betts is the most valuable player for the Red Sox. Betts is hitting .319 with 31 home runs, 110 RBI, 119 runs and 26 ...


Two Cents, Sept. 28, 2016

By Dale Shrull

Tebowmania again No other athlete — I mean no other — creates more intrigue and drama than Tim Tebow. Whatever he does, the media storm that rages around him is as fierce as any. Fans and non-fans alike salivate over Tim Tebow ...


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Déjà vu all over again

By Matt Meyer

Roughly one month ago, when the Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team faced Grand Junction, Stephen Hatch found Kaed Olguin during the opening minutes on a free kick. Olguin reached the ball as it curled toward the back post, heading it ...


Local golf results, Sept. 28, 2016

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men’s League Sept. 28 Gross Flight — 1. Roger Flinn 73; 2. Dean Moser 74; 3. Bill Smith 76; 4. Curt Kurtenbach 78. A Flight Net — 1 . Jim Schneider 65; 2. Mike Bennett 69; 3. Steve Urbach 70; 4. (tie) ...


Timeout, Sept. 28, 2016

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


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Officials head west to promote Jordan Cove

By Gary Harmon

Several western Colorado officials will travel to Coos Bay, Oregon, next week to show a united front in hopes of encouraging a federal agency to back a project that would carry natural gas from the Piceance Basin to the Pacific Rim. The $5.3 ...


Groups turn focus to opposing Initiative 71

By Dennis Webb

Backers of two Colorado oil and gas initiatives won’t appeal a Secretary of State Office decision to keep the measures off the ballot and instead are turning their immediate focus to working to defeat another measure that would make ...


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Intruder in bedroom at 3 a.m., woman says

By Gabrielle Porter

A Grand Junction woman had a rude awakening Wednesday morning when an intruder entered her bedroom sometime after 3 a.m., shook her shoulders and said, “Mom, wake up.” The unnamed senior citizen, who lives east of downtown, awoke ...


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Drug sales suspected in arrests of 2 women

By Gabrielle Porter

Two women face multiple felony charges after Grand Junction police who searched a car they were in found two guns, including one that was loaded; varying amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, Oxycodone and other pills; and more than $2.500 in ...


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