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Plan to thin mustang herd spurs conflict

By Gary Harmon

The prospect of removing 167 wild horses from lands north of Douglas Pass has drawn criticism from an organization that took the Bureau of Land Management to court five years ago to halt a similar plan. BLM officials, however, maintain that ...


You Said It: Feb. 15, 2015

By Staff

The shooting you are hearing by the Riverfront Trail is designated waterfowl blinds that are only in use between November and January. You are in no danger. Most of the blinds face away from the trail. The blinds that face toward the trail are ...


Charges filed against Aspen teen in takedown arrest

By The AP

ASPEN, Colo. — Four charges have been filed against an Aspen teenager whose Feb. 6 arrest has sparked community debate about police tactics and teen behavior. Prosecutor Andrea Bryan says she filed two misdemeanor counts of resisting ...


Preserving open space key to new trails

By Special to the Sentinel

By LIBBY COLLINS, Mesa Land Trust There is no doubt about it, fabulous trails and scenic vistas are attracting more and more people to ride on the Western Slope. Trail use continues to grow because the landscapes are beautiful, the sunsets ...


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Bike fit most important when buying

By Special to the Sentinel

Story and photo by BRYAN MIICK, The Bike Shop So you have decided that you want to try road biking but you don’t know which bike to buy. You’ve been to the bike shop and looked around and saw bikes from $900 to $10,000. They all ...


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Cutting-edge resources for Colorado’s cycling enthusiasts

By Special to the Sentinel

By: Jill Cordova, CMU department head for kinesiology Nestled on the northwest corner of Colorado Mesa University’s main campus sit two hidden gems that are making the institution the envy of other schools and an exceptional resource ...


A biker’s guide to avoiding crossfit training injuries

By Special to the Sentinel

As we roll into 2015, thousands of individuals are making goals for the New Year. Getting into shape has always been a favorite for those who have strayed from their workout routines, and 2015 is sure to fill the local athletic clubs. For ...


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World-class BMX track being built

By Penny Stine

While the Grand Valley’s growing reputation for mountain biking is well-deserved, there’s another riding style that will soon be featured on a national stage. Mesa County Fairgrounds has been working with Grand Valley BMX to ...


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Fast start, strong finish: GJ boys win SWL title

By Matt Meyer

Ben Volkmann paced a fast start Friday for the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team, and after Central battled backed, D.J. Wells put the game away for the Tigers. Volkmann scored 12 points in the first quarter on near-perfect ...


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Vermeer, Mavs earn playoff spot with win at Highlands

By Staff

Andy Shantz felt as if the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team was stuck in the basketball version of “Groundhog Day.” “Every game here is like the exact same movie going over and over and over,” Shantz said ...


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