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Printed Letters: October 30, 2016

By Staff

St. Mary’s, reconsider closure of Life Center St. Mary’s “Sisters of Charity” closing of the Life Center appears to be a “big business time” when money means more than people. Closing this great facility is ...


Broadband? Yes! 
Fiber? Not so fast

By The Daily Sentinel

Google Fiber’s announcement that it’s halting its rollout in 10 cities should serve as a wake-up call to Grand Junction City Council members grappling with how to develop a ubiquitous fiber optic network. Facing challenges from ...


Fruita Monument all business during lopsided victory over Patriots

By Brian Miller

DENVER — From start to finish, Fruita Monument’s football team treated Saturday afternoon’s game against George Washington as a business trip. The Wildcats went in, took care of business, and returned home. Fruita Monument ...


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Hits keep on comin’ for Central

By Matt Meyer

It’d be easy to point to the high-powered offense of the Central High School football team after a 52-12 victory over Liberty. That unit definitely did its job. But Saturday afternoon, the Warriors’ defense make its impact felt ...


Leblow sets pace for Central at state cross country meet

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — For Central senior Jared Leblow, Saturday’s Class 5A state championships were a step into uncharted territory. This season marked the third time toeing the line at the state’s top level for Leblow but he ...


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Air Academy runner nips Montrose’s Ian Meek for 4A state title

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — Montrose High School senior Ian Meek couldn’t have asked for anything more Saturday. He started out in the middle of the lead pack, biding his time and waiting for the lead group to thin out. Just past the ...


Beware Medicaid’s ‘five-year rule’

By Staff

In the last several weeks, we have addressed the medical and financial requirements necessary for seniors to receive Medicaid assistance with long-term care. You may have noticed that nowhere in those columns did we mention the so-called ...


Mesa sets numerous records in rout of Highlands

By Staff

Honest, the Colorado Mesa football team tried to slow the tempo Saturday afternoon. The Mavericks simply couldn’t help but score. And score. And score. And score. And score some more. “When the dam burst, it burst,” CMU ...


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Cowboys up

By Dale Shrull

COLLBRAN — Winning is fun, losing is not. Everybody knows that. On a spectacular fall afternoon, a gentle breeze was through floating this picturesque mountain town, and towns folk gathered at Plateau Valley High School to watch the ...


Smith qualifies for nationals, leads Mesa at Western

By Staff

Abi Smith qualified for the NCAA Division II national championships in one-meter diving Saturday, scoring 406.17 points in Colorado Mesa’s dual with Western State in Gunnison. The Mavericks broke seven WSC pool records in the 191-97 ...


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