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Teaching at-risk students brings balance, fulfillment to R-5 luminary Al Kreinberg

By Amy Hamilton

For a couple hours on a recent afternoon, Al Kreinberg’s classroom had all the pent-up tensions of a courtroom drama. Students unaccustomed to dressing up often stood more erect and sat a little taller in their chairs in dress shirts ...


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Engineering his future: Jose Morales will be first from family to graduate college

By Gary Harmon

Jose Morales is looking to build a professional life around unconventional energy — a fitting pursuit as the 22-year-old Colorado Mesa University senior has already built his life around defying convention. To say nothing of the ...


Gray Gourmet, March 2, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Clam chowder, broccoli/raisin/walnut salad, carrots, fruit cocktail, crackers. Tuesday — Pork chop suey, emperor’s stir fry, brown rice, almond peaches. Wednesday — ...


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A bloody good time: Drew Hanlon’s alter ego is a facilitator of euphoria

By Erin McIntyre

Step right up and be mesmerized by the waggling eyebrows, the devilish grin and the smooth-talking hyperbolic speech. Belly up to the bar and let Col. Clifton DeBeQue rattle off his cure for the common ailment — a bloody mary ...


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Hayden at the helm: Former Palisade player aims to turn Central into powerhouse again

By Matt Meyer

When Ryan Hayden was an all-state basketball player at Palisade High School under then-coach Mike Krueger, he was such a competitive player that he earned a nickname not fit for print. As an assistant for former Palisade coach Keenon Clement, ...


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Entertainer’s old-timey show proves a hit in tourist town

By Dennis Webb

When John Goss debuted a vaudeville show in Glenwood Springs some five years ago, he just wanted to be up on a stage entertaining people for a living, rather than continuing to pay the bills by painting houses. Turns out, he ended up creating ...


Wright quits race

By Charles Ashby

Embattled state Rep. Jared Wright quit his short-lived bid for re-election to the Colorado House on Saturday. In a hastily called press conference, and with his GOP contender at his side, the Fruita Republican said he was leaving the race for ...


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Meet Col. Clifton DeBeque, Bloody Mary Emissary

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Who is Col. Clifton DeBeque? He’s a man who has traveled the world to find the best mix and finest ingredients for his Bloody Mary mix.  ...


Wrighting a wrong

By The Daily Sentinel

In the end, Jared Wright did the right thing. Not that he had a lot of choice. The right thing in this case was the option of last resort before watching his political career end in ignominy. Wright faced the embarrassing prospect of seeing ...


Mavericks’ late rally falls just short

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team rallied to take the lead with 38 seconds left, but couldn’t hold on to it. Fort Lewis made six free throws down the stretch to defeat the Mavericks 84-80 on Saturday night at Whalen Gym in ...


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