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Printed Letters: Jan. 7, 2015

By Staff

Economic vision begins with the local university Last year I wrote an op-ed for The Daily Sentinel focused on how we make the city of Grand Junction the “Next Great City in the Rocky Mountain West.” The article resulted in ...

Right-to-die law will stir controversy

By Bill Grant

Driven by high-profile stories of individuals who chose death over suffering in 2014, the nation’s attention has been drawn to questions of life and death that have profound consequences in a culture that has the ability to preserve life ...

Mavs competitive last weekend without Stephan

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The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team managed a win over a competitive Colorado Christian team and competed with ninth-ranked Colorado School of Mines last weekend despite being without one of the nation’s leading scorers in Ryan ...


‘Dogs run to win

By Matt Meyer

Opening Tuesday night with a 15-2 run, the Palisade High School girls basketball team never trailed against Central. It got close, at times, but the Bulldogs made free throws down the stretch to defeat the Warriors 53-40 in a nonleague game ...

Prep girls basketball scores, Jan. 6, 2015

By Staff

Palisade 53, Central 40 Tuesday at Palisade Central 7 11 17 5 — 40 Palisade 15 12 10 16 — 53 Central — Sierra Batchelor 5, Brooklyn Botts 13, Tyler Hays 8, Kenzie Lange 2, Taryn Smith 2, Cassidy Bryant 5, Jodeci ...


Merwin net plays role in corralling kokanee

By Dave Buchanan

A new tool in the arsenal of state fisheries biologists helped boost this year’s harvest of kokanee salmon eggs. Biologists Jon Ewert of Hot Sulphur Springs and Jim White in Durango this year used a Merwin net to corral kokanee salmon ...

Reserve the perfect spot — now

By Dave Buchanan

If you’ve ever arrived well after dark at your favorite campground only to discover that special “sweet spot” already is taken, here’s your chance. No, not to get even, but instead to get ready and make sure that (pick ...


Net profits

By Dave Buchanan

The building blocks of Colorado’s most popular lake fisheries are no larger than an eraser on a pencil and much more fragile. Whether you’re one of the thousands of boaters spinning circles all summer around Blue Mesa Reservoir in ...

Palisade’s Quincy Campbell adept at drawing charges

By Matt Meyer

At times, it’s like Palisade guard Quincy Campbell blends into the basketball court. The senior will slide, often unnoticed, into the lane or in front of a streaking ball-handler. Campbell is, statistically, one of the best in the ...


‘A Taste of Yellowstone’

By Dave Buchanan

There’s more to Yellowstone National Park than often meets the eye or ear. Particularly for anglers, who can find a world of options in the park’s 1,000 miles of rivers and streams and more than 100 lakes. On Jan. 15, Montrose ...

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