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Printed Letters: Jan 9, 2015

By Staff

Precautions can prevent cervical cancer deaths January is National Cervical Health Awareness Month and the American Cancer Society would like to encourage all women between the ages of 21 and 65 to talk to their medical provider about getting ...


Jihad, pipeline and moving the ball

By Josh Penry

Dateline: Paris — Any aspiration that the global blight of radical jihad is near behind us was shattered, again, this time with the deadly crack of Kalashnikov machine guns in the streets of Paris earlier in the week. The en masse ...


So long, Steve Acquafresca

By The Daily Sentinel

Former Congressman Scott McInnis begins his term as a Mesa County commissioner next week as Steve Acquafresca completes his second term and bids adieu to public service — at least temporarily. Acquafresca’s tenure came during a ...


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Sheriff shakes up his office personnel

By Paul Shockley

It’s back to the future for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, and its top cop, amid changes that still have yet to fully play out. Sheriff Rebecca Spiess, whose appointment by county commissioners in May made history as the first ...


Altman highlights Paonia’s victory over Hotchkiss

By Staff

PAONIA — Josh Altman shined under the spotlight Thursday night as he and his Paonia High School teammates opened their Class 2A Western Slope League wrestling schedule with a 57-19 win over Hotchkiss. The most anticipated match was at ...


GJ girls lose close game in Wyoming

By Staff

Giving up seven points in the final minute Thursday, the Grand Junction girls basketball team lost to Cheyenne Central 47-44 at the Wyoming McDonald’s Invitational in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Tigers (8-2) led 43-42 with 30 seconds ...


Jussel: Ravens could make playoffs interesting for Broncos

By Rick Jussel

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Baltimore Ravens turn into giant killers in the National Football League playoffs. Yes, Bronco fans, the road to Super Bowl XLIX might take some strange turns. What looked to be a ...


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Overcoming nerves

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Jessie Hoffschneider was out with minor injuries for so long, he began to doubt himself. The Colorado Mesa sophomore overcame some nerves in his first home match of the season Thursday night for a 5-0 decision over Vicente Aboytes in the ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Jordan 52, Grand Junction 49 Thursday at Sandy, Utah Grand Junction 6 6 21 16 — 49 Jordan 14 8 13 17 — 52 Grand Junction — Ridge Droskin 11, Nate Rockwood 2, Ben Volkmann 7, Stockton Rock 10, Tyson Zanski 2, D.J. Wells ...


Prep wrestling results, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Paonia 57, Hotchkiss 19 Thursday at Paonia 106 — Eli Etter, P, won by forfeit; 113 — Colton Godwin, P, pinned Chris Lovato, 3:15; 120 — Colton Hall, H, dec. Gabe Ferguson, 16-6; 126 — Jesse Reed, P, pinned Colton ...


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