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A challenge for Tipton

By The Daily Sentinel

Congressman Scott Tipton has steadfastly maintained that there wasn’t enough community support for him to introduce a bill to change Colorado National Monument to a national park. We were deeply disappointed that Tipton arrived at such ...


ACA may need tweaks, but it’s doing what it’s supposed to

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko The month was August 2009. It’s been five years since President Obama came to Grand Junction to highlight some of the successes of the Mesa County health system. It’s been five years since the Democrats ...


The Wilderness Act turns 50

By Guest Columnist

By Mark Udall United States Senator Throughout our history, Colorado’s wilderness has strengthened local economies and defined our special way of life. And with the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act upon us, it is worth reflecting ...


Let’s honor hard work this Labor Day by raising the minimum wage

By Guest Columnist

By Thomas E. Perez U.S. Secretary of Labor It used to be that you could support a family on a minimum wage salary.  Today, a minimum wage worker has to make a choice every day: buy a gallon of milk for the kids, or buy a gallon of gas to ...


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Knights roll past GJ

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction took a 14-0 lead early Saturday night, but Fairview put up 30 consecutive points with a dynamic passing display from Johnny Feauto as the Knights beat the Tigers 
58-28 in a nonconference football game at Stocker ...


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Rockies lose again, fading in Pioneer League playoff race

By Staff

It’s not over, but the Grand Junction Rockies’ hopes of reaching the Pioneer League playoffs for the third straight season are fading fast. With only five games remaining in the regular season, the Rockies are 3½ games ...


Prairie View goes 3-0 in Deke DeCrow tourney

By Tim Harty

Both softball teams could have been 3-0 when the dust settled Saturday at the Kronkright Softball Complex. Instead, Fruita Monument and Grand Junction each finished 2-1 at the Deke DeCrow Memorial Tournament when neither could to finish off ...


Central grad Garland makes Broncos’ roster

By Allen Gemaehlich

Central High School graduate Ben Garland is proof dreams can come true with a little persistence. Five years after signing with the Denver Broncos as a free agent, Garland, 26, made the final 53-man roster, the team announced ...


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Inexperience leads to lopsided loss for ‘Cats

By Allen Gemaehlich

Several new faces had their first taste of varsity football Saturday afternoon for Fruita Monument, and it wasn’t sweet. The young Wildcats were unable to keep up with a fast and athletic Denver East team in their nonconference season ...


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An Off-Road adventure

By Dale Shrull

The two winners in the
30-mile Grand Junction Off-Road were actually multiple winners. Grand Junction’s Robb Parsons sported a winning smile Saturday after turning the course into his own personal playground. The women’s ...


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