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A game changer

By The Daily Sentinel

Less than a decade ago, if you wanted to watch a movie at home on a Friday night, you went to a bricks-and-mortar Blockbuster store and perused actual DVDs on actual shelves. Seems quaint now. Blockbuster became a dying brand thanks to a ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 17, 2015

By Staff

U.S. aid to rebuild
 Gaza is a poor idea I am commenting on Monday’s headline “U.S. promises $212 Million in new aid to rebuild Gaza.” This is a poor idea for several reasons. 1. The buildings to be replaced were ...

Partisan divide over intolerable police brutality reveals our dysfunction

By Josh Penry

A federal jury awarded nearly $5 million earlier this week to the family of a homeless street minister who died after he was brutally beaten, strangled and tasered by Denver Police in the summer of 2010.   With that windfall verdict, the ...


Speed vs. power at state

By Tim Harty

Central High School plays fantastic defense, and the Warriors hope it will be enough to slow down the booming bats of Broomfield today when they meet in the first round of the Class 5A state softball tournament. The game is scheduled to start ...


Rivas island

By Allen Gemaehlich

Week in and week out opponents throw his way, expecting the redshirt freshman to make a mistake. Instead, the opponents are making a mistake. Colorado Mesa cornerback Dustin Rivas is third in the nation and first in the Rocky Mountain ...

Mavs must shut down another top passing team

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa slowed down the top passing team in the nation last week, but it isn’t getting much of a break this week. The Mavericks get another of the best passing teams in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this week. The ...


Montrose edges GJ in soccer finale

By Staff

Montrose wrapped up the regular season with a 1-0 win over Grand Junction in a Southwestern League boys soccer game Thursday. The Indians took the lead in the 13th minute, then held off a furious push by the Tigers late in the game to hold on ...


Ultimate Ironman

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ben Hoffman has not yet fully grasped his accomplishment, but he’ll get plenty of reminders. The Grand Junction native will forever be tied to Ironman World Championship history after placing second in the event last weekend in Kona, ...

Quartet of 5A boys make state XC field

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Call them the Fearsome Foursome, the Fantastic Four, the Four Horsemen. Call Grand Junction’s Allen Adair, Fruita Monument’s Nolan Pflug and Central’s Jared Leblow and Dillon Lanzl whatever you like — ...

Sports Briefs, Oct. 16, 2014

By Staff

Etc. New Mexico marching band in town The New Mexico State Marching Band is scheduled to perform at Sports Authority Field at Mile High before the Denver-San Francisco game on Sunday. On its way to Denver, the band will stop in Grand ...

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