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Meditation gave freeskier Bobby Brown another chance at gold

By The AP

ASPEN — Freeskier Bobby Brown has recovered from wipeouts that have rendered him almost motionless. He’s broken his back, pelvis and both ankles. What broke after the 2014 Sochi Olympics was his spirit. Injuries transformed his ...


Activist denounces liberals at university, gets protests

By The AP

BOULDER — A prominent alt-right activist visiting the University of Colorado railed against feminists and liberals and made jokes about Muslims, overweight people and others as about 200 people demonstrated against him, the Boulder Daily ...


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Trump will be success if he makes Washington less important

By Rick Wagner

If you are pet owner I’d like to remind you to take a look at your dog or cat to make sure they’re not agitated. There’s a sound some people hear and our pets certainly do — a thin keening whine, similar to the sound ...


Guns in schools 
isn’t the answer

By The Daily Sentinel

“Hell or High Water,” a Best Picture nominee this year, is a modern-day Western about a pair of brothers who go on a meticulously planned bank-robbing spree in West Texas. At several points in the movie they have to contend with ...


Printed Letters: January 26, 2017

By Staff

Trump needs to uphold American ideals When I marched down Main Street in Grand Junction on Saturday, it was not as an anti-Trump protester. I marched to put the new president and the Republican administration on notice that we, the people, ...


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Bait used to lure animals away from roads

By Dennis Webb

State wildlife officials began putting out bait Wednesday in the Gunnison Basin in hopes of countering a spike in roadkill involving deer and elk on U.S. Highway 50 due to heavy snow this winter. However, Colorado Parks and Wildlife feels ...


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Mavs Tipoff

By Patti Arnold

Mavs Tipoff Friday: Colorado Mesa at Black Hills State, 5:30 p.m. (women); 7:30 p.m. (men) Saturday: Colorado Mesa at South Dakota Mines, 3:30 p.m. (women); 5:30 p.m. (men) Men Leaders Scoring: Eimer Lopez, CMU, 14.2; Fraser Malcolm, ...


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Kidd, Pope help Tigers win District 51 Championships

By Matt Meyer

Before her 200-yard freestyle race Wednesday night, Delaney Kidd was told by her coach to just swim. Don’t worry about the time, the qualifying mark, or any opponents. The Grand Junction freshman proceeded to turn in one of the ...


Bill would free businesses from some minor fines

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — While it’s unclear just how much impact it will have, a Senate committee approved a bill Wednesday that is designed to force state agencies to go easy on small businesses that commit minor mistakes. The measure requires ...


GJ’s Coca inducted into CHSAA Hall of Fame

By Staff

The annual Colorado High School Activities Association Hall of Fame ceremony had a distinct Western Slope feel Wednesday night. A total of eight inductees made up the 28th Hall of Fame Class, including Ray Coca — former Grand Junction ...


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