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Regulatory overkill?

By The Daily Sentinel

A federal regulatory agency hit the former operators of a Ouray County silver mine with a fine in excess of $1 million after finding that the deaths of two miners last fall were “entirely preventable.” Federal mine inspectors say ...


Confidence in leaders ebbs

By Rick Wagner

It seems as though we are not a very happy country right now. Polls say we are anxious and are tending to see the world as a dark and scary place. There’s a lot to be worried about these days. For instance, Marvel is thinking about ...


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Tucker’s late TD lifts Steelers to title

By Dale Shrull

With the Mesa County Junior Football Association heavyweight championship on the line Wednesday night, Cameron Tucker decided to call his own number. The Grand Mesa Middle School quarterback rolled to his left, tucked the ball in and powered ...


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Scoggins leads West Raiders to lightweight crown

By Dale Shrull

The West Middle School Raiders lightweight football team capped an undefeated season to claim the Mesa County Junior Football Association championship Wednesday. The Raiders controlled the second half to get past the Palisade Broncos 24-8 at ...


Rockers put up a fight in Mavs’ win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa hoped for a quick nonconference volleyball victory in a rare midweek game. Instead, the 14th-ranked Mavericks had to work harder than they hoped, but they got the job done, rallying to defeat South Dakota Mines 19-25, 25-22, ...


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They’re fit to be tied

By Tim Harty

Four halves. Four sudden-death overtime periods. No goals. That’s what two RMAC women’s soccer games, 220 total minutes of action, netted Colorado Mesa and Western State Colorado as the two battled to two scoreless ties in three ...


Mesa ranked second in Central Region

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team is ranked second in the first official NCAA regional rankings of the season. The Mavericks (11-2-1) is ranked second with RMAC rival Regis (11-2-0) in the South Central Region. St. Edward’s ...


Colorado Mesa Hall of Honor adds 1986 VB team and Krey

By Patti Arnold

High in the stands at Brownson Arena, Rusty Crick watches this current edition of the Colorado Mesa University volleyball team roll through matches and climb in the NCAA Division II national rankings. He can’t help but think back a few ...


Waiting pays off with win for Montrose

By Matt Meyer

MONTROSE — Montrose spent most of Wednesday’s opening round of the Class 4A boys soccer state playoffs waiting for opportunities to counterattack. Golden started by sending wild through balls and long shots toward the ...


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Grand Junction soccer team faces tall task vs. Rock Canyon in first round of 5A playoffs

By Matt Meyer

There’s only one No 1. For the Class 5A boys soccer state playoffs, the top seed is Rock Canyon. Today, Grand Junction will have to face the Jaguars. No small task, Tigers coach Stephen Latta said. “We’re facing a full ...


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