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Doughnut delivery by drone in Denver is a peek at the future

By The AP

DENVER — Doughnuts were delivered Wednesday by drone to Denver’s mayor and the city’s police and fire departments in an event that provided a glimpse into what companies hope will be a quick, inexpensive way to get ...

Carjacking suspect shot by sheriff’s deputy dies

By The AP

DENVER — A carjacking suspect who was shot by a Colorado sheriff’s deputy has died. The Denver Post reports 17-year-old James Hill was shot after authorities say he displayed a gun while running from the Arapahoe County deputy in ...

Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park opens

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is open for the season, but park officials are warning visitors to be prepared for icy conditions. The road, which connects Estes Park on the east and Grand ...

Printed Letters: June 1, 2017

By Staff

Health-care system 
affects middle class Homes, businesses, and bank accounts. That’s what many in the middle class are losing while a hundred million Americans have no sweat in the medical game at all. And it’s all thanks ...

A tragic loss

By The Daily Sentinel

U.S. Navy SEALs take their name from the environments in which they operate: sea, air and land. Becoming a SEAL means completing one of the most mentally challenging and physically demanding training programs in the world. In doing so, ...

A ‘lucky break’

By The Daily Sentinel

Robin Brown, a board member of the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority, hit the nail on the head when she described Mark Achen’s availability to lead the airport on an interim basis as a “lucky break.” Achen, a former ...


Double the fun: Gators hit 7 doubles to stay unbeaten

By Jon Mitchell

Tom Arrington’s third choice turned out to be a charm for San Jacinto College-North (Texas) on Wednesday night. Jerry Maddox — the Gators’ second reliever of the first inning — threw 6 1/3 strong innings, and Ryan ...


Break out the bats

By Matt Meyer

Chipola College (Florida) coach Jeff Johnson eschewed traditional baseball logic Wednesday when he told Jose Caballero to hit a home run. That unorthodox piece of advice worked out as Caballero ended an already offensively tilted game with a ...


San Jac coach Arrington would like to add a title to his JUCO wins record

By Patti Arnold

Tom Arrington is as competitive as the next guy. It comes with the territory when you’re the head baseball coach at San Jacinto College-North (Texas), the winningest program in Alpine Bank Junior College World Series history. Entering ...


The ballplayer

By Staff

He doesn’t play like a cricket player. Or does he? Would baseball fans in America know how a cricket player plays that game? McLennan Community College (Texas) shortstop George Callil is that former cricket player. In an error-free ...

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