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Denver fast food workers to strike for $15 wages

By The AP

DENVER — Fast food workers in Denver are participating in a national strike to win $15 an hour wages. Workers from McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King and other fast food restaurants plan to walk off their jobs as part of the ...

Jihadists inflame 
passion for justice

By The Daily Sentinel

The brutal murder of a second American journalist in Syria by Islamic State extremists stirs powerful emotions. It’s hard not to react viscerally to these sadistic thugs, or as U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) allowed recently, “We ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 4, 2014

By Staff

Hacked photos offer lessons for all of us Society, what has become of us? While some, the most visible among us, are aghast their most intimate photos are being hacked and shared across the globe, others are similarly aghast that invaders ...

Government caught between opposing forces in pot experiment

By Rick Wagner

Occasionally you see a headline you can’t stop thinking about, like a few days ago when I saw one in the Glenwood Post Independent co-authored with Rocky Mountain PBS: “Regulators want to increase marijuana sales.” Maybe ...

Ex-Grand Junction fire chief missing in river

By Paul Shockley

A former longtime Grand Junction fire chief remains missing on the Gunnison River, with search efforts entering a third day today. Rick Beaty, 59, of Grand Junction, reportedly jumped into the river near Whitewater without a life jacket ...

Howard handcuffs Owlz, but GJ can’t rally

By Staff

Starting pitcher Sam Howard pitched well Wednesday night, but Grand Junction didn’t do enough with its bats to win on the road as Orem defeated the Rockies 3-2. Howard threw six innings, five of them scoreless, and scattered eight hits ...

Dangler, Tigers win SWL golf titles

By Staff

Grand Junction won an invitational boys golf tournament in Montrose for the second day in a row and left town Wednesday as the Southwestern League champion for the second year in a row. The invitationals doubled as the two-day Southwestern ...


Eyes on the prize

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Colorado Mesa volleyball team has its sights set on getting back to the NCAA Division II tournament, and coach Dave Fleming believes the pieces are in place to do it. The Mavericks have six returning starters from a team that finished ...


CMU men’s soccer team ready to take the next step

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team reached new heights on the pitch last year and seeks to go further under a new coach, Todd Padgett. The Mavericks (12-5-4) won their first RMAC tournament title last season after taking second place ...



By Allen Gemaehlich

New head coach Jason Clare plans to utilize the entire field in hopes of leading the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer team back into the RMAC tournament this year. The Mavericks (7-11) were one point shy of qualifying for the RMAC ...

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