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Tyler’s time

By Patti Arnold

Tyler Day laughed that things have changed since his father, former Mesa State College pitcher Steve Day, was drafted by San Francisco. “He had to sit by the house phone and wait for it to ring,” Tyler said Wednesday after his ...

Sports Briefs, June 14, 2017

By Staff

Gymnastics KidzPlex’s Blackburn wins state title KidzPlex’s Reese Blackburn won the XCEL bronze all-around state champion title last weekend with a score of 38.3, leading the team to a fourth-place finish. Blackburn also placed ...

Trio of big men part of six-man class for CMU men’s hoops team

By Patti Arnold

Andy Shantz said he learned more about coaching last season than any other winter as a head coach, when the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team struggled to an 8-20 record. One thing’s for sure — he never wants to go through ...


Local cycling enthusiast plans 
20 days, 20 bikes, 20 stories

By Ann Wright

There are two types of reactions people have when Chris Brown rides a high-wheeler bicycle around town. The antique bike with a huge front wheel and a seat that puts Brown about nine feet off the ground is such a unique sight that some people ...

Feds move to delay portion of some rules on methane emissions

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management and Environmental Protection Agency are moving to delay certain provisions of new rules seeking to control methane emissions from oil and gas development that come from sources such as venting, flaring and ...

Fodder from the Blotter

By Steve Beauregard

Today’s police blotter recap includes people showing up naked at strangers’ houses. It’s always a man, of course. You never read a report of a naked woman attempting to break into a home. I’m not saying it never ...


Downtown keeps lights on

By Staff

Story by Joe Vaccarelli/Special to the Sentinel Last summer, Megan Alfaro decided to try keeping her business, Colorado Baby, open a little later a few nights a week. She was sure glad she did. On one particular evening, a woman who had ...

Biz Buzz: June 15, 2017

By Staff

A new clothing brand representing a positive lifestyle is new to the Grand Valley, and the creator is spreading the message of sobriety and taking control of one’s own destiny with his style. Steven Chavez, 32, created Sober Swag Est 12 ...

County to Secretary Zinke: Help

By Charles Ashby

Dear Secretary: Please help. Signed, The Mesa County Board of Commissioners. In a letter sent to Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Tuesday, the three members of the commission are asking for aid in reversing a few President ...

Hanging Lake death still being investigated

By Staff

An 8-year-old boy killed in a hiking accident this week at Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs was identified Wednesday by coroner’s officials who say they are still trying to determine how the boy died. Noah Ragon of Highlands Ranch ...

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