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Abandoned oil facilities not monitored in state, can be difficult to find

By Staff

It came as news to Jeff Parsek that state records show there is an abandoned oil and gas well beneath his driveway. Parsek lives in a large ranch house right across the street from an elementary school, in a subdivision on the south side of ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 23, 2016

By Staff

Outdoor recreation group supports Palisade Plunge The Leadership Council of the Outdoor Recreation Coalition is pleased to offer our support of the Palisade Plunge trail project and urges the Palisade Board of Trustees to support this ...


Rain barrels and runoff

By The Daily Sentinel

When a gully washer hits the Grand Valley, acres of pavement, street gutters, driveways and rooftops exacerbate runoff, which overwhelms our inadequate drainage infrastructure. Rainfall that might have been absorbed by the ground is channeled ...


NCAA Division II baseball rankings, Feb. 22, 2016

By Staff

Division II Rankings Collegiate Baseball Feb. 22 School (Record) Pts. Pvs. 1. Tampa (11-1) 480 1 2. Southern Indiana (1-2) 462 2 3. Colorado Mesa (8-2) 434 3 4. Mount Olive (11-2) 424 15 5. Minnesota St. (0-0) 418 7 6. ...


2016 State wrestling results

By Staff

Editor’s note: Incomplete consolation results from the state wrestling championships were received through wire services Saturday night and did not run in Sunday’s Daily Sentinel. Below are championship and consolation results of ...


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SHOUT-OUT TO SEELY

By Tim Harty

Jared Seely, thank you. That was one of the messages Fruita Monument senior Clayton Voytilla shared during this past weekend’s Colorado state wrestling tournament, which Voytilla concluded with the Class 5A state title at 285 ...


Padgett lands new crop of soccer players for CMU

By Patti Arnold

From the Front Range to Hawaii and even Australia, Colorado Mesa soccer coach Todd Padgett went hunting for players. The CMU men’s coach signed 11 players to add next fall, when the Mavericks attempt to advance further in the playoffs. ...


Keeping D together top priority for Elway

By Rick Jussel

It’s anything but the Silly Season for John Elway and Denver Broncos’ staff as the defending Super Bowl champs (doesn’t that have a nice ring to it?) have to deal with a daunting list of more than 20 free agents over the next ...


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Man accused of rape, kidnap of juvenile; bond set at $1 million

By Mike Wiggins

A Gateway man was ordered held on a $1 million cash bond Monday in connection with allegations he kidnapped and raped a juvenile in a case authorities are saying little about. Claude Lee Wilkerson, 61, was taken into custody on a warrant at ...


Attorneys debate over murder confessions at St. Mary’s Hospital

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Defense attorneys and prosecutors differed Monday on whether a Carbondale man was properly advised of his rights before allegedly confessing at St. Mary’s Hospital in the murder of his wife last year. Ninth ...


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