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Dress to the ‘20s: Get ready for Downton Abbey with these style tips

By Ann Wright

This new year has just begun and already The Event of 2015 is nearly here! Oh, don’t be absurd, it’s not the birth of another British royal. It’s Season 5 of “Downton Abbey” and further adventures from a gorgeous ...

To a prosperous 2015

By Staff

Some new year’s resolutions won’t last until Sunday. Others will lead to healthy new habits. But Jan. 1 is always brimming with potential. There’s something about a brand-new year that naturally makes us consider ways we can ...

Printed letters, Jan. 1, 2015

By Staff

I would like to respond to the Daily Sentinel editorial from Friday with the headline, “Enjoy cheap gasoline; it won’t last forever.” First, I don’t believe there is anyone that believes that these prices will last for ...

It’s been a tough year for law enforcement

By Rick Wagner

It’s been a tough year for law enforcement in the United States generally and if we’re not careful, it’s going to become tougher in Colorado to be a cop if ideas being floated for the next legislative session go anywhere. As ...


No. 1: Diamond dreams

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No matter how good the opponent was, how big the game was or how difficult the situation appeared to be, they fought. And they scrapped. And they never gave up. And the Colorado Mesa University baseball team did that all the way to the NCAA ...

Ben Garland

No. 2: Ben Garland honored for charity work with Broncos

By Matt Meyer

Ben Garland, a Central High School graduate, was selected as the Denver Broncos’ Walter Payton Man of the Year early in December. The left guard, who made Denver’s
53-man roster this fall, was honored for his involvement in ...

No. 3: GJ grad Hoffman finishes second in Ironman

By Dale Shrull

After years of training, Ben Hoffman conquered one of the most demanding endurance competitions in the world in spectacular fashion. It took Hoffman 8 hours, 19 minutes, 23 seconds to finish the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. It ...


No. 4: Back-to-back Eagles

By Matt Meyer

The Paonia High School football team raised the gold ball for the second straight year, capping an undefeated season in 2014 with another Class 1A state championship. The Eagles cruised through the first two rounds of the playoffs, thumping ...


No. 5: Mesa men’s soccer team takes a big step forward

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The 2014 calendar year began with a coaching change for the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer program. The Mavericks were coming off arguably their best season in program history when Josh Pittman resigned. Todd Padgett was hired in February, ...


No. 10: Eddie Butler first former GJ Rockie to pitch for big club

By Patti Arnold

Who would be the first? The first Grand Junction Rockies alum to get the call to the majors was going to be Eddie Butler or Jon Gray. It was just a matter of who — and when. As it turned out, it was June 6 when Butler, the ...

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