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Capitol dome reopening set for Thursday

By The AP

DENVER — State officials will be holding a dedication ceremony Thursday to mark the reopening of the newly restored Colorado Capitol dome. The $17 million project was necessary because Colorado’s intense freeze-thaw cycle caused ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 1, 2014

By Staff

Republican Men’s Club opposes Amendment 68 The monthly discussion topic of the Mesa County Republican Men’s Club was, “Do you support Amendment 68?” Amendment 68 is known as the attempt to turn racetracks into casinos ...


Why we endorse for public office

By The Daily Sentinel

Mail ballots go out on Oct. 14. The preceding week the Sentinel’s editorial board will offer readers a full slate of endorsements for local races, statewide contests and select ballot issues. If the election isn’t until Nov. 4, ...


Lamborn counsels mutiny

By Bill Grant

To most old soldiers, “Go out in a blaze of glory,” conjures images of a heroic end. Not so for Rep. Doug Lamborn, a Republican representing Colorado’s 5th Congressional District. For him, a “blaze of glory” ...


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Poor back-nine costly at state for Tigers’ Olkowski

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — Midway through Tuesday’s final round of the Class 5A boys state golf tournament, Trevor Olkowski was tied for the lead. And he was feeling pretty good when he made the turn for the back nine. Then, the 11th hole ...


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Central champs

By Tim Harty

Pitch well. Play great defense. Put the ball in play. Seize on the opponent’s mistakes. That’s been Central’s formula for success, and the Warriors did more of what they’ve done all season Tuesday night to defeat ...


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Falling back

By Allen Gemaehlich

Taylor Walters had a rough day on the golf course Tuesday, but she was smiling after the round and vowed to be back out today. The Colorado Mesa University sophomore lost her first collegiate lead and finished tied for seventh place in the ...


Fruita volleyball team eases past Central in five games

By Staff

Central pushed Fruita Monument to five games Tuesday night, but ultimately fell to the Wildcats 25-23, 25-17, 19-25, 15-25, 15-13 in a Southwestern League volleyball match at Fruita Monument. The Wildcats (9-5, 5-3 SWL) were led by freshman ...


GJ survives close game with Central

By Dale Shrull

The beautiful game got a little sloppy at times for Grand Junction. After taking a 2-0 lead at the half Tuesday night, the Tigers had to subdue a scrappy Central team in the second half to pick up a 2-1 Southwestern League victory at Walker ...


KidzPlex Level 3 team wins team title

By Staff

The KidzPlex Level 3 team won the Colorado West Invitational team title last weekend. Miranda Deeths won the Junior A division all-around title with a score of 36.6. She took first on the vault (9.0) and beam (9.3). Rylee Halcomb won the ...


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