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Coach on notice

By The Daily Sentinel

Why did the Grand Junction High School baseball coach jeopardize his team’s postseason eligibility? Surely not intentionally. Maybe he didn’t realize he was violating a rule prohibiting contact with players on Sunday. If ...

Measles returns as health threat

By Bill Grant

The Parents’ Bill of Rights that passed the Colorado Senate by a single vote, started with the good intention of giving parents an “opt out” option from intrusive data collection in their schools. Those provisions are still ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 18, 2015

By Staff

Flouridation has made strides in oral health Children’s Dental Health Month is the opportune time to celebrate the strides we have made in preventing cavities through community water fluoridation. The Centers for Disease Control and ...

Disabled vets deserve help

By The Daily Sentinel

Does it make any sense that there’s a Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Junction, but no local Veterans Benefits Administration counselor to help Western Slope veterans apply for disability benefits? No. Western Slope veterans ...


Grand Junction wins wild game

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction High School post player D.J. Wells threw down a slam dunk over a legitimately helpless defender. Fruita Monument guard Davis Deussen drained a three-quarter-court heave that had no business being anywhere near the ...


Chesnik makes the grade, returns to state

By Tim Harty

Winning a football state championship was the worst thing for Gunnar Chesnik’s grades in school a year ago. In turn, it was the worst thing for his junior season of wrestling. Make that, the junior season he didn’t get to ...

Hanks sees Mavs’ youth as a positive

By Patti Arnold

It was eerily quiet on the bus Sunday as the Colorado Mesa baseball team traveled back to Grand Junction from St. George, Utah. The Mavericks weren’t sulking over their first loss of the season, but there was no movie blaring in the ...


Tigers win cat fight

By Matt Meyer

One more time, Sydni Brandon. Brandon had lost to Fruita Monument only once in seven matchups before Tuesday night. The Grand Junction guard already knew it was senior night and a girls basketball rivalry game against Fruita Monument. But ...

District 51 sticks with early start to calendar

By Emily Shockley

District 51 School Board members voted unanimously Tuesday night to continue starting school on the first Monday of August in both 2015-16 and 2016-17. Next school year’s calendar begins classes Aug. 3 and goes through May 19. The ...

Airport board deems building a ‘boondoggle,’ considers demolition

By Gary Harmon

The half-done building at Grand Junction Regional Airport is at best a boondoggle, and at worst the aeronautical equivalent of a kidney stone, the airport board agreed Tuesday. How to resolve it either way remains an issue, but the board ...

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