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State’s investment in higher education pays big dividends

By Guest Columnist

By Bruce Benson Over the past couple of weeks, the University of Colorado’s four campuses have been sending our latest graduates into the world. Commencement is the best time of year at our university. I have attended more than 60 ...

Holiday is a humbling reminder that freedom isn’t free

By Guest Columnist

By Cory Gardner As we approach Memorial Day, we remember all of the Americans who paid the ultimate price to protect our country and the freedoms that make it worth fighting for. It is important that we honor the memory of our fallen heroes ...

Legislature backed the wrong side 
in beer war and governor should veto

By Guest Columnist

By Jerry Presley The Colorado Legislature passed a compromise bill in the waning hours of the legislative session, which if signed into law, would make a bad situation even worse. The last-minute bill requires our antiquated liquor laws to ...

Roll out the red carpet

By The Daily Sentinel

For better or for worse, the Grand Junction Off-Road mountain biking race has become the touchstone of a wide-ranging local debate about the role of government in economic development. The race promoter, Epic Rides, says it can’t ...

Printed Letters: May 29, 2016

By Staff

President Obama isn’t solely responsible for nation’s debt A letter to the editor in Friday’s paper had a headline reading “Federal debt will soon come crashing down on America.” Really? I think the author had ...


‘Riders outlast Dolphins

By Patti Arnold

JoJo Romero lost the first run-in he had with his big first baseman. He wasn’t going to take a chance on another. “I saw him bobble it a little bit and I hustled over there and he called me off,” the Yavapai College ...


Pirates’ ‘crunk’

By Patti Arnold

It took a few innings, but his hitters finally got it “crunk up,” as Chattahoochee Valley Community College (Alabama) coach Adam Thomas said. “We had more ‘R’s’ than they did at the end of the game, so ...


Déjà vu all over again

By Matt Meyer

If you watch enough games at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, you see the same bizarre plays in different games. Twice in five years, Iowa Western Community College has rallied to win in the ninth inning on a Little League home ...


Bargfeldt, Nelson carry Cisco to first JUCO victory

By Dale Shrull

Ryan Nelson was hitting and Jeb Bargfeldt was pitching and Cisco College (Texas) was cruising. Nelson finished with two home runs and six RBI and Bargfeldt was rock solid for six innings to lead the Wranglers to a 13-11 win over Darton State ...

JUCO Notebook, May 28, 2016

By Staff

Walk-on for Santa Fe shines on first day Right fielder Kyle Phillips was nervous as he stepped into the batter’s box Saturday morning. With 6,729 fans looking on, Phillips ripped a double and two singles for Santa Fe. After the ...

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