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Printed Letters: May 18, 2014

By Staff

Recent Sentinel articles particularly noteworthy I hope readers noted two very fine pieces in the May 7 edition of the Sentinel. The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees basically found legally and practically unacceptable several ...

Honoring the legacy of a Northern Ute tribal historian

By Andrew Gulliford

Clifford Duncan passed away this winter. With his passing went centuries of Ute cultural knowledge about land and landscape. A World War II veteran in his 80s, though he lived at Neola, Utah, near Fort Duschene, he traveled across the West ...

It’s time to complete immigration reform

By The Daily Sentinel

Pressure is mounting for members of the U.S. House of Representatives to tackle immigration reform before election-year campaigns get into full swing and obliterate any hope of bipartisan cooperation on the matter. President Barack Obama has ...


Rally Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

It doesn’t seem to matter if Colorado Mesa has a lead and loses it or has to rally late. The fifth-ranked Mavericks keep finding a way to win. They did it again Saturday in the NCAA Division II South Central Region baseball tournament ...

Cochise returning to JUCO

By Matt Meyer

Cochise College (Arizona) is returning to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Saturday night, freshman Darick Hall slapped a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Apaches to a 
12-11 victory over South ...


Eagles soar to 2A girls state title

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — The Paonia High School girls track team felt throughout the Class 2A state track and field championships that the Eagles had the team title in the bag. The Eagles backed that up Saturday, pulling away in the afternoon to win ...


Kicking into high gear

By Dale Shrull

LAKEWOOD — Coming down the final stretch, Jennifer Celis was in agony. The Hotchkiss High School senior was cruising to her second state title in less than 20 minutes at the Class 2A state track and field championships, but she was ...


Fruita hurdlers enjoy their state experience

By Dale Shrull

LAKEWOOD — Jacob Hahn and Micheala Hoffman had a special trip to the Class 5A state track and field championships. The two Fruita Monument hurdlers are also bringing medals back home to the Western Slope. Running in the 300-meter ...


Cold water doesn’t slow down winners in HITS half triathlon

By Matt Meyer

If you’re going to draft behind someone while plowing through chilly water at Highline Lake State Park, it might as well be “Superman.” Christine Hammond, the eventual winner of the women’s HITS Endurance half ...


Second helping

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — T.J. Shelton has little time for video games or television. Rare was the spring day when the Meeker High School sophomore wasn’t going to track practice, grabbing a quick bite to eat and then heading to wrestling ...

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