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Printed Letters: May 4, 2016

By Staff

Commissioners have a dark vision for county Mesa County’s Commissioners have a dark vision for the future. Limited money, limited resources, limited actions, and then scapegoat to cover economic failure. They define ...


Pass the resolution

By The Daily Sentinel

If Colorado’s representatives in Congress — a mix of Republicans and Democrats — can agree to support Jordan Cove, why can’t Democratic state lawmakers? Actually, they may not even get the chance to weigh in on the ...


Why Pride Fests matter

By Claudette Konola

This evening, the Grand Junction City Council will proclaim May 2-8 as Pride Week. This is the fifth year with a local Pride Fest, but the first time the city will honor the event with a proclamation. The mother of Western Colorado Pride ...


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Coaching consistency

By Jon Mitchell

The way Abby Simpson found out she was the 2016 RMAC women’s lacrosse coach of the year Tuesday might have been informal, but it suited her fine all the same. The sixth-year coach of the Mavericks found out about her award via a text ...


Paonia’s
 Bo Pipher to sign with Penn State

By Staff

Paonia senior Bo Pipher will sign a letter of intent today to wrestle for Penn State. After dismantling the Class 2A ranks for three years, Pipher will be joining one of the best wrestling programs in the nation next year. Penn State has won ...


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Fruita rally falls short
 against Battle Mountain

By Staff

Fruita Mountain girls lacrosse coach Mark Twardowski called Tuesday’s 16-15 loss to Battle Mountain a “super game.” “I think that’s our best game of the year,” he added. Fruita Monument (5-9, 3-5 Mountain ...


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‘Cats capture crown

By Dale Shrull

The game was far from a perfect 10 but there were plenty of 10’s to go around. The Fruita Monument girls soccer team defeated Central 3-0 on Tuesday at Walker Field and in the process, wrapped up the Southwestern League ...


Prep baseball scores, May 3, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction 8, Montrose 0 Tuesday at Montrose Grand Junction 404 000 0 — 8 12 0 Montrose 000 000 0 — 0 5 1 WP — Tyler Mantlo 7 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 10 K. LP — Hunter Davis 4 2/3 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 4 ...


Prep lacrosse score, May 3, 2016

By Staff

Girls Battle Mountain 16, Fruita Monument 15 Tuesday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: 10-8 BM Goals: Vanessa Nelson 6, Taylor Haller 3, Sonja Tierny 2, Reinah Norcross 2, Danielle Oleson 1, Jenna Oleson 1, Assists: Nelson 3, Brandi ...


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Don’t feel the pressure

By Dixie Burmeister

I have finally conquered my fear of using a pressure cooker. Albeit, the one I’ve got is a new multi-purpose, electric, plug-in type and not the stove-top version from my childhood memories. I remember coming home from school and ...


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