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Kovac lifts Mavs to win over Regis

By Patti Arnold

Makayla Kovac analyzes just about everything in her life. It’s how the senior engineering major is wired. “Exactly,” the Colorado Mesa shortstop said Sunday, laughing. “That’s the problem. I was talking to the ...


Mesa misses out on NCAA DII tournament

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball season officially ended shortly after 8:30 Sunday night, as did the career of senior center Ryan Stephan, the second-leading scorer in program history. The Mavericks (21-9) lost to Colorado School ...


Mavericks come back to beat Cougars

By Staff

They can’t shut out everybody every game, but Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks wasn’t thrilled with his club Sunday when Colorado Christian came back from an early 5-0 deficit to take the lead on the Mavericks. “They ...


Manning beat Denver, then joined them for run

By Staff

Because of a stubborn streak longer than winter in Wyoming, I developed a level of respect and awe for a certain quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. Being an obnoxious Denver Bronco fan, I made it my business to do battle on a weekly ...


Death Notices, March 7, 2016

By Staff

■ Helen Marie Kearney, 81, Grand Junction, died March 4, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Visitation will be at 9 a.m. with the service to follow at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2881 ...


ColoradoCare could improve dysfunctional health care system

By Guest Columnist

By Susan Reed My daughter is turning 26 this year so she’ll be kicked off the family’s insurance policy and forced to experience buying health insurance for the first time. This proved an education. She talked to someone at ...


We all need to work together to meet water demands

By Guest Columnist

By Selina Heintz After nearly three years in development and 30,000 public comments, Gov. John Hickenlooper in November announced the first-ever Colorado state water plan. The plan prioritizes conservation measures by setting impressive ...


Printed Letters: March 6, 2016

By Staff

Warning shots were ignored by both parties Are you shocked that a business man named Trump and a democratic socialist named Sanders are making such an appearance on the political stage? Are you curious why the Republican Party leadership is ...


The wrong reaction to an invasion of privacy

By The Daily Sentinel

If a high school student peeped through the window of a teacher’s home and covertly snapped photos of her while she was naked and then disseminated the images throughout the community, would you expect the teacher to lose her job? Of ...


Let’s tread lightly on redundant fixes for winter congestion

By Guest Columnist

By Randy Baumgardner For the second straight session we’ve seen a tire traction measure come before the Statehouse. And for the second straight session you can count me a skeptic, for the following reasons.  No one denies that ...


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