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The Leader

By Matt Meyer

Same kid, bigger clothes. That’s how Grand Junction High School girls basketball coach Sam Provenza describes senior guard Sydni Brandon. Sure, as a former physical education teacher at Tope Elementary, Provenza knew Brandon was going ...

You Said It, Feb. 8, 2015

By Staff

Recent letters in The Sentinel have compelled me to write and say that, for myself, I will sorely miss Superintendent Lisa Eckert. Contrary to some opinions, I have found her to be enthusiastic, hard-working and a good listener. I have ...

GJ claims SWL wrestling crown

By Staff

Seven wrestlers finished 5-0 in matches Saturday as Grand Junction High School won the Southwestern League Duals to claim the league championship. Each team in the six-team league faces each other, and the Tigers won all five of their duals, ...

Fruita diver Hoffman hurt in car accident on way to meet

By Dale Shrull

Fruita Monument diver Morgan Hoffman had already qualified for the Class 5A state swimming and diving meet. Saturday was supposed to be her time to shine and compete for a title at the Western Slope League Championships in 1-meter ...

4 pitchers combine on three-hitter in Mesa win

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s fifth-ranked baseball team won its second consecutive 2-0 game against No. 15 University of California-San Diego, getting a combined three-hit shutout. A two-run home run by junior outfielder James Young III in third ...

Gray Gourmet, Feb. 8, 2015

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Clam chowder, four-way vegetables, peach Royale, crackers. Tuesday — Monterey chicken with sauce, Oriental vegetables, tossed salad, blushing pears and bananas, multi-grain bread ...

Parks and Wildlife seeking public input to develop long-term plan

By Dave Buchanan

The development of a long-term strategic plan for Colorado Parks and Wildlife relies on the input offered by the public, said agency director Bob Broscheid. “Developing a strategic plan places CPW in the driver’s seat, and guides ...

Legislature wrestles with campaign finance laws

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A Parker senator is trying to do what former Secretary of State Scott Gessler couldn’t — fix a problem with the state’s campaign finance laws. Under the Fair Campaign Practices Act overwhelmingly approved by ...


The need for speed

By Dave Buchanan

It no longer matters so much how bony the snow conditions are or whether it’s spring when it’s supposed to be winter. What does matter is the news Powderhorn Mountain Resort is getting a high-speed lift. Except for a handful of ...


Sportmen’s Act getting groundswell of support

By Dave Buchanan

Widespread support from hunters, anglers and other outdoor recreationists is pushing for passage of the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015. The legislation, sponsored by Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), is ...

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