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Lean compromise or fat lawsuit?

By Greg Walcher

The President of the Mountain States Legal Foundation, William Perry Pendley, has become a highly sought-after speaker in recent years, partly because the work of his organization is interesting to audiences throughout the West, but also ...

Printed Letters: May 8, 2015

By Staff

Cuckoo habitat designation offers significant benefits In the Sunday edition of the Daily Sentinel the lead story, “Putting park in habitat just cuckoo, city says,” demands comment.  On the one side are the county ...

Suspend Brady

By The Daily Sentinel

There are two main ways to run afoul of the National Football League. There’s bad off-field behavior by players — smoking pot, driving drunk or punching a girlfriend — and there’s “cheating” or trying to ...


Two-sport star

By Dale Shrull

Sam Schroeder the baseball player is similar to Sam Schroeder the football player. Powerful right arm, intense competitor, a relentless work ethic and a fierce hatred of losing. The football and baseball seasons have been polar opposites ...


Hustling to a win

By Patti Arnold

Andy Scott knew if he could just get on base, Alex Fife would do the rest. “Myself and Fife, every time I lead off an inning we talk about me and him getting the job done. It’s real nice to have a hitter like him behind ...

Colorado Mesa softball team signs four more players

By Patti Arnold

Ben Garcia added another pitcher to the incoming class for the Colorado Mesa softball team, signing Danielle Cassidy from Fulton, Missouri. “We are super excited to have Danielle join our Maverick family,” Garcia said Thursday in ...

Mesa County wants more time for roads review

By Gary Harmon

Six months are needed to study the complex web of off-road routes through most federal lands in Mesa County, the County Commission wrote to the Bureau of Land Management. The commission wants the federal agency to hold off completing its ...

Workers sue Encana, seek overtime pay

By Dennis Webb

Six workers have sued Encana, claiming the oil and gas company improperly classified them as independent contractors rather than employees, depriving them of thousands of hours of overtime pay. It’s the second such suit by western ...


Man suspected of killing wife offered plea deal

By Paul Shockley

Barely a month since he was booked at the Mesa County Jail, the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office has offered a plea agreement to resolve the first-degree murder case against accused Fruita killer Steven Spiess. Steve Colvin, ...

Sports Briefs, May 7, 2015

By Staff

Prep Girls Lacrosse 7 Wildcats get all-league honors Fruita Monument coach Mark Twardowski was selected as the Mountain League coach of the year, and four of his players landed spots on the All-Mountain League first team, which was ...

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