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10 Things to know for Friday, Oct. 21

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. WHAT’S NEXT FOR OBAMA ON IMMIGRATION   Despite Republican opposition, the president heads to Las Vegas to sell his executive ...

Nebraska troopers identify man in train accident

By The AP

CAMBRIDGE, Neb. — The Nebraska State Patrol has identified a Colorado man who was critically injured after a train collided with his truck. Troopers said Thursday that 37-year-old Jared Breinig of Fort Collins, Colorado, was struck by a ...

Missing climber’s body recovered at Colorado peak

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Searchers have recovered the body of a Colorado man who was reported missing after he told friends he planned to climb the highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. Park officials say 25-year-old Peter ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 21, 2014

By Staff

Conduct a wider search for county administrator As a 36-year resident of Mesa County, I would like to encourage all Mesa County residents to demand that our Mesa County commissioners expand their search for a county administrator beyond a ...

District 51 justified 
in challenging testing

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County Valley School District 51 has joined a growing movement against an over-abundance of state testing. This isn’t some out-of-left-field development. Many parents and teachers turned out for a Nov. 6 meeting of the Standards ...

Colorado Mesa men’s soccer score, Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 2, St. Edward’s 1 Men NCAA Division II Tournament, Round of 16 South Central Region Championship Thursday at Interbay Stadium, Seattle Halftime: St. Edward’s 1-0. Goals: Andrew Fox, SEU (direct free kick), ...

Mesa soccer wins, moves into Elite 8

By Staff

Roy Abergil scored the go-ahead goal with 16 minutes, 47 seconds left, and goalie Micah Conrads made sure it was the game-winner as the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team won the NCAA Division II South Central Region championship ...

Grand Junction, Fruita combine for 16 all-conference selections

By Staff

Postseason awards for the Grand Junction and Fruita Monument football teams were released this week. For the Tigers (4-6), seniors James Antonucci and Jack Parsons and juniors Malik Jackson and Angel Bautista-Ponce were selected to the ...


The Twin 80s

By Dale Shrull

As Paonia breaks the huddle and trots to the line of scrimmage, two imposing figures anchor the edges. Like a pair of towering rooks in a chess game, Logan Schopp and Joel Simianer move to their tight end positions.
Last weekend, they ...

WildEarth: Sage grouse 
not enough

By Gary Harmon

The Gunnison sage-grouse is properly recognized as an endangered species, a coalition of environmental groups say in a federal court filing. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which this month listed the grouse as threatened, “erred in ...

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