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Our purple state

By The Daily Sentinel

So much for the polls. The big story, of course, is that late Tuesday night, Donald Trump appeared poised to be our next president. Instead of electing our first woman president, we elected an outsider — who behaved a lot like an ...


Women add size inside, healthy Reichle outside

By Patti Arnold

Priority 1 for Taylor Wagner was to get size in the post this season for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Wagner found some immediate help when Khadijah Vigil, a 5-foot-10 power forward he had recruited a year ago when she was ...


Mavs eager to debut new-look team

By Patti Arnold

Different isn’t a bad thing. Just ask Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Andy Shantz. “Obviously we’re a lot different than we were last year, but we’ve got a group that works really hard and is committed to ...

GJ’s Nicoletti lands DI lacrosse scholarship

By Matt Meyer

Alexandra Nicoletti became the first local girls lacrosse player to sign with an NCAA Division I college on Wednesday when the Grand Junction High School standout signed her national letter of intent to East Carolina University. Lacrosse was ...


Big city? No big deal to Panthers

By Jon Mitchell

Emily Baier has gotten used to shouldering a heavy work load. Then again, she doesn’t see it like that. The Delta High School senior outside hitter has proven to be one of the best prep volleyball attackers in Colorado over the past ...


Giving it the boot

By Dale Shrull

Isaac Maestas picks up speed and hammers his right foot into the football, watching it soar through the night air. Right into the end zone the kickoff goes and Maestas heads to the sideline, where he will be anchored until the Palisade ...

Timeout: Nov. 10, 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 += ...

County also must lay off four workers

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner moved on Wednesday to cut her budget by 5 percent, including reducing her staff by four employees, as she had told the County Commission she would do. Reiner had forecast that the moves would cut costs by ...

State panel approves Xcel solar, rates deal

By Dennis Webb

Environmental and solar energy advocates are hailing state regulators’ approval of a landmark, far-reaching Xcel Energy deal with implications not just for that industry but for how all of the utility’s residents in Colorado ...


Fees to go up at monument in 2017, 2019

By Gary Harmon

Fees at Colorado National Monument will go up Jan. 1, and then again two years later, as the monument prepares to begin work on a variety of projects and improvements. The entry fee for a private vehicle will rise from the current $10 to $15 ...

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