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An unfair standard

By The Daily Sentinel

When major newspapers in Denver and Salt Lake City take similar positions on the punitive nature of the federal government’s new ozone standard, we pay attention. Why? Because, smack in the middle of these two western metro areas is ...


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Bruin beginning

By Jon Mitchell

Ryan Hilbig took his players to Massari Arena on the CSU-Pueblo campus for one of several summer camps the Cedaredge High School girls basketball team took part in last summer. He made his overall motive for the trip clear. “When we got ...


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Swim dandies

By Jon Mitchell

Ron Allen couldn’t have asked for a better scenario. Sure, the head coach of the Colorado Mesa University swimming and diving team is happy with the dozen Mavericks who qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships in Indianapolis. ...


Mavs’ Cusick readying for trip to indoor track nationals

By Jon Mitchell

Colorado Mesa University’s John Cusick didn’t take to the rigorous training regimen well near the end of the season, but he’s glad he did it now. The junior distance runner qualified for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and ...


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Paonia has size advantage in 2A state quarterfinal

By Matt Meyer

Sanford, Paonia High School’s quarterfinal opponent in the Class 2A state girls basketball quarterfinals Thursday, doesn’t have much size. The Indians’ tallest player is 5-foot-10, and the next two tallest players who ...


Feds keep close eye on excise tax

By Dave Buchanan

Certain readers will recall a 1960s TV series called “The Untouchables” featuring a Prohibition agent in Chicago named Eliot Ness. Starting in the late 1920s, Ness, under the aegis of the then-Bureau of Prohibition, was credited ...


Government rejects royalty-rate cut for idled Elk Creek Mine

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has decided against issuing a royalty rate reduction to Oxbow Mining’s idled Elk Creek Mine in Somerset, after initially proposing to approve a request that would have saved the company at least ...


Prep girls tennis results, March 8, 2016

By Staff

Central 6, Delta 1 Tuesday at Canyon View Park Singles No. 1 — Ellie Driscoll, C, defeated Uyen Nguyen, 6-4, 6-1; No. 2 — Kalene Borrego, C, defeated Tylor Redden, 6-1, 6-1; No. 3 — Olivia Aslan, C, defeated Mimi Baltazan, ...


In Brief, March 9, 2016

By Staff

Realtors to host food drive on Saturday The Grand Junction Area REALTOR® Association will host its annual Fill the Basket Food Drive from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Saturday, at Safeway and Albertson’s stores in Mesa County, and Family ...


Audit: State ethics panel fraught with problems

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Compared to other states, Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission is fraught with problems, according to a state audit released Tuesday. But that’s because the five-member panel, which isn’t paid, ...


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