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Printed Letters: November 4, 2016

By Staff

Fiber remains most promising technology I’m thankful The Daily Sentinel continues to shine a spotlight on the broadband issues facing our community. I am, however, disappointed with the editorial this Sunday titled “Broadband? ...

Good Samaritan, bad Samaritan

By Greg Walcher

America’s most influential liberal think tank just published a report advocating reversal of decades-old environmental mitigation policy. It calls for mitigation not by those responsible, but simply by those with deep enough ...


‘Cats cruise

By Matt Meyer

Another week, another lopsided victory for the Fruita Monument football team. Powered by 454 yards on the ground Thursday night and what Wildcats coach Todd Casebier called “a complete team win,” Fruita pummeled Wheat Ridge 41-14 ...


Running for a purpose

By Jon Mitchell

Running became a therapeutic outlet for Matt Ozanic two years ago. Little did he know he’d be able to deliver therapy to others through running. Ozanic, a troop commander with the Colorado State Patrol in Fruita, started running to help ...


Mav tempo

By Patti Arnold

The scene was almost comical. Eystin Salum had just broken off a 74-yard run on first down against Adams State, getting dragged down at the Grizzlies’ 10-yard line. He hopped to his feet, gesturing frantically, urging the Mavericks to ...


Grand Valley emerges from lean times with Class 1A playoff berth

By Matt Meyer

For the most part, the usual suspects made the football playoffs from the consistently loaded Class 1A Western Slope Conference. Paonia, which has appeared in the previous three 1A state championships, is seeded third. Meeker, their biggest ...

Delta heads on the road to open Class 2A playoffs

By Staff

The Delta High School football team has had plenty of playoff success the past few year at Class 3A. Now, the Panthers are testing the 2A postseason waters Saturday when they take on Faith Christian. Delta (6-3) is the 10th seed and will be ...

Prep football score, Nov. 3, 2016

By Staff

Fruita Monument 41, Wheat Ridge 14 Thursday at Stocker Stadium Wheat Ridge 0 0 8 6 — 14 Fruita Monument 14 7 14 6 — 41 FM — Logan Triplett 8 run (Marcus Mosnes kick) FM — Triplett 55 run (Mosnes kick) FM — ...

Water interests intent on wise use

By Dennis Webb

Eckert alfalfa grower Paul Kehmeier has driven across large, parched swaths of eastern Colorado where agricultural water rights apparently have been sold for municipal use. He doesn’t want Eckert to look like that, so a few years back ...


Parkway debt delay could repair streets

By Amy Hamilton

An idea to extend the Riverside Parkway debt three more years, from 2021 to 2024, could free up some funds to make needed repairs to Grand Junction’s streets, the city is proposing. That’s the plan the Grand Junction City Council ...

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