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Backcountry enthusiasts warned of avalanche danger

By The AP

FRISCO — Avalanche forecasters are cautioning backcountry enthusiasts after a series of recent storms and with more snow expected over the weekend. Ethan Greene, director of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, tells The Summit ...

Sentinel readers, I bid you adieu

By Josh Penry

I’m a little biased, but there really is no place like Grand Junction, Colorado, USA. The people, the history, the fractious politics, the bona fide sense of community, the picture perfect climate, Dos Hombres chips and salsa — I ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 27, 2105

By Staff

Math center unfairly criticized for speaker I write both as a member of the board of directors of the John McConnell Math & Science Center and as a concerned citizen. I take issue with the letter from Bonnie Petersen that appeared in The ...

FCC’s net neutrality vote was a good call

By The Daily Sentinel

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday completed a circuitous route to preserving the status quo with regard to Internet access. Members voted 3-2 to reclassify broadband service as a telecom service regulated by Title II of the ...


D.J. the key

By Matt Meyer

It’s hard to ignore the similarities between the Northglenn and Grand Junction boys basketball teams. The Tigers, who are 17-6 and seeded fourth in their quadrant, host the fifth-seeded Norsemen (19-5) in the second round of the Class ...


‘Cats face tough task in second round of playoffs

By Matt Meyer

Coming off its best offensive game of the season, the Fruita Monument girls basketball team faces another tough challenge. The Wildcats will travel to the Front Range today for the second round of the Class 5A playoffs to face perennial ...

Hotchkiss boys beat Cedaredge to advance to 2A regional tourney

By Staff

HOTCHKISS — Clayton Oxford and the rest of the Hotchkiss Bulldogs made sure their seniors get to play again. Hotchkiss overcame a seven-point halftime deficit and surged to a 66-60 win over Cedaredge to claim fifth place in the Class 2A ...


Tigers’ challenge

By Matt Meyer

Last season, Regis Jesuit High School had six players on its girls basketball team sign with NCAA Division I schools. This season, the Raiders have only Division I-bound player, but they still present a tough second-round matchup for Grand ...

Sports Briefs, Feb. 26, 2015

By Staff

Cross-Country Skiing Skyway site for 3 March events The Grand Mesa Nordic Council is hosting several events in March. ■ The 13th Annual Barnelopet cross-country ski day for kids will take place March 7 on the Grand Mesa Skyway Trail ...

Colorado Mesa tennis results, Feb. 26, 2015

By Staff

St. Mary’s (Texas) 6, Colorado Mesa 3 RMAC vs. Lone Star/Heartland Duals Thursday at Albuquerque, New Mexico Men Singles No. 1 – Michael Maciel, SMU, def. Jordan Lyden, 6-4, 6-2; No. 2 – Spencer Weinberg, CMU, def. Adam ...

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