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It’s simple: Don’t lie

By The Daily Sentinel

Marilyn Charlesworth is a liar. She admitted as much, telling investigators she didn’t regret a false claim she made in front of the Grand Junction City Council in April 2013. In demanding the resignation of councilman Rick Brainard ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2014

By Staff

Mesa County needs more mental health services Thank you for running the series highlighting the mental health needs in Colorado, and especially Mesa County. Too many lives have been lost and ruined in our community as a result of inadequate ...


Colorado National Monument should become nation’s newest national park

By Bill Grant

John Otto’s dream of a national park to protect the rims, cliffs and canyons of the northwest corner of the Colorado Plateau has endured for more than 100 years. Never has Otto’s dream been so near fulfillment as now. As The Daily ...


Abrams resigns as Mavericks’ softball coach

By Allen Gemaehlich

Two years after Kris Mort resigned to become a full-time associate athletic director, Colorado Mesa is looking for another softball coach. Colorado Mesa Athletic Director Tom Spicer accepted Candace Abrams’ resignation Tuesday. A ...


Mavs’ Prater tied for 37th at nationals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa freshman Colin Prater needed one more stroke Tuesday than he did Monday at the NCAA Division II National Championship tournament, but he slid 13 spots on the men’s golf leader board. Prater shot a 76 on Tuesday at The ...


STATE GOLF

Improving Indians

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — Montrose High School took another monumental step in its girls golf history Tuesday, finishing second to Cheyenne Mountain in the Class 4A state tournament at The Country Club of Colorado. One day after shooting 267 ...


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Finishing strong

By Allen Gemaehlich

John Cusick and Shane Niksic were frustrated. The Colorado Mesa junior track and field runners have competed in distance races for years, but they struggled to finish races strong this year. They visited doctors and discovered they had an ...


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Crested Butte Wildflower Festival a must-do summer event

By Dave Buchanan

Put this on your bloomin’ schedule. The 28th annual Crested Butte Wildflower Festival is coming July 7-13. Maybe it’s just we’re longing a bit for summer, but the thought of carpets of multi-hued flowers (I know ...


Aspen to reopen for Memorial Day

By Dave Buchanan

Wait, wait, it’s still winter. Although the Grand Valley swelters in 80-degree temperatures, Aspen Mountain will reopen for skiing and riding on Memorial Day Weekend. The mountain has a 53-inch snow base on top, and 21 runs and nearly ...


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Doe harvest actually helps improve deer herds

By Dave Buchanan

Hunters and wildlife managers agree there are many “cons” about the declining mule deer populations across Colorado and the West. Among the negatives of having fewer deer are fewer hunting opportunities and the subsequent loss of ...


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