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It’s the power game as usual for the Olathe Pirates

By Dale Shrull

Tough, physical players and power football is the Olathe way. For the past decade, coach Ryan Corn has embraced that simple philosophy, and it’s led to a pair of Class 2A state titles in 2008 and 2010. This season will be no different, ...

Class 3A Western Slope Conference is loaded

By Dale Shrull

It will be a different look for the Class 3A Western Slope Conference in 2014, but the usual suspects will again be the contenders. Three teams — Moffat County, Battle Mountain and Montezuma-Cortez ­— moved out of the ...



By Dale Shrull

It’s a new era for Central High School football, and there’s only one goal. “We just want to improve,” second-year head coach Shawn Marsh said. After winning only five games in the previous four years and going ...



By Dale Shrull

Delta High School is big, experienced and talented. Delta is a good football team. After a semifinal appearance in the Class 3A playoffs last season, the Panthers return the bulk of their starters, and head coach Ben Johnson is looking for ...


Rifle Bears hoping for another playoff run

By Dale Shrull

It’s business as usual for Rifle High School. With a talented and experienced team returning in 2014, the Bears will again be a team to watch in Class 3A. Rifle has eight players who started or played extensively in the 2012 state ...



By Dale Shrull

Because of its fabled football tradition, Palisade High School rarely has to rebuild, and once again, the Bulldogs will look to reload and be a force in the Class 3A Western Slope Conference in 2014. After losing a large number of seniors, ...

Email letters, August 22, 2014

By Staff

Racism and overzealous policing to blame in Ferguson Perhaps I should thank Mr. Glenn Menard, whose letter appeared in Thursday’s Daily Sentinel, for reminding me why I am a liberal. His view of the causes for the conflict in Ferguson, ...

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Ice Bucket Challenge

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Sports reporter Matt Meyer took the Ice Bucket Challenge live ot KTMM 1340 — AM.  ...

Dinosaur footprints set for public display in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A dry wash full of 112-million-year-old dinosaur tracks that include an ankylosaurus, dromaeosaurus and a menacing ancestor of the Tyrannosaurus rex, is set to open to the public this fall near Moab. There are more than ...

Cabrera guilty of killing stepdaughter’s boyfriend

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale restaurant owner this morning pleaded guilty in the shooting death of his stepdaughter’s boyfriend. Fredy Cabrera, 40, faces a sentence of 16-48 years under a deal with prosecutors under which he pleaded guilty to ...

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