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Senators’ Osuna clubs way to MVP award

By Matt Meyer

After five games of bashing baseballs, Walters State (Tennessee) Community College outfielder Ramon Osuna finished one RBI shy of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series record for the tournament. Osuna, a freshman, drove in 17 runs to go ...


First time’s a charm

By Patti Arnold

Dakota Dean sprinted around the bases, arms spread wide, as his home run sailed over the right-field fence. Nothing quite like hitting a home run in the national championship game. Especially when it’s your first home run of the ...

JUCO box, May 30, 2015

By Staff

NW Florida St. 15, McLennan 1 Saturday at Suplizio Field Game 19 Northwest Florida State (AB-R-H-RBI) Hathcock cf 4-3-2-1, Palmer ss 6-3-4-2, Dean lf 5-3-4-6, Halstead c 4-1-1-2, Fletner 3b 6-0-2-1, Benning 1b 5-1-0-0, Pinkney dh 5-1-2-0, ...

Local cycling results, May 30, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction Off-Road Amateur 40-mile race MEN OVERALL 1. Juan Carlos Hernandez, Santa Fe, NM, 2:22.19; 2. Kurt Refsnider, Prescott, Ariz., 2:25.57; 3. Will McDonald, Park City, Utah, 2:30.43; 4. Ted Compton, Durango, 3:34.14; 5. Hadji ...


Winiarski: Colorado’s wines ‘show a completeness’

By Dave Buchanan

DENVER — A curious thing happened last week during the Colorado Governor’s Wine Competition: The judges argued amongst themselves. What makes this remarkable is that, first, this was a regional wine judging, which generally ...


On the trail: Hike for family time, fresh air and dinos

By Ann Wright

For our second date, Brian and I went on a hike, then we grabbed a bite to eat and went to a French movie. The movie was horrible. The hike was great. And a little more than a year later, Brian and I got married, and now we have two kids. We ...


Iconic wild horses breathtaking to watch

By Rachel Sauer

Our guides for the day were kind but honest: We might see horses, but we might not. They have 36,113 acres over which to roam and they’re wild, so they go where they please. The point, we were told, was to keep a ready eye peeled but ...

Rainy days could mean bad bug season for dogs

By Charlé Thibodeau

Can you believe this rain? It has been one of the coolest, rainiest Mays I can recall. It’s nearly June and where is the warmth? I am thankful for the moisture and so enjoy the beautiful green world that decorates our typical desert ...


Being stuck on hot plane inspires dentist’s first book

By Laurena Mayne Davis

In “27 Gauge Long Shaft,” Robert Cline is both a caring dentist and a CIA operative whose specialty is “enhanced interrogation” via the tools of his trade. If terror had a soundtrack, it would be the whine of a ...

Imagination Library, May 31, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Grand Junction Imagination Library Thank you to our May book sponsors, Temple Buell Foundation and Horizon Sunrise Rotary, for their support in delivering 1,831 books to children in Grand Junction. Total books delivered to date: 66,416. To ...

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