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All the news that’s fit to print…and more

By Jim Spehar

The irony struck me yesterday morning as two seemingly distinct things happened. I looked through a week’s worth of Daily Sentinels accumulated while gone on a quick unexpected trip. And I opened the latest of a six-day-a-week email ...

Class 5A boys golf state tournament results from Sept. 26, 2016

By Staff

Class 5A State Championships Monday at Bookcliff Country Club Grand Junction First Round TEAM SCORES 1. Regis Jesuit 220; 2. Rock Canyon 222; 3. (tie) Fossil Ridge, Highlands Ranch 225; 5. Lakewood 227; 6. (tie) Arapahoe, Cherry Creek ...

Mavs move up to No. 17 in Division II football poll

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s come-from-behind win at Fort Lewis on Saturday moved the Mavericks up one spot to No. 17 in the American Football Coaches Association rankings released Monday. The Mavericks (4-0, 4-0 RMAC) are the only RMAC team in the ...


Solid plan, but a sour day

By Matt Meyer

The 3-over-par 74 Trevor Olkowski carded Monday at the Class 5A boys golf state tournament wasn’t indicative of the round he shot. The Grand Junction High School senior’s driver cooperated only intermittently at Bookcliff County ...


Wildcats feeling good about 1st day at state tournament

By Matt Meyer

For about five holes Monday morning, Fruita Monument senior Jason Coffey led the Class 5A boys golf state tournament at Bookcliff Country Club. Then, some of the more traditional golf powerhouses teed off and Coffey was passed on the leader ...

Montrose has strong 1st day at Class 4A tournament

By Staff

Montrose High School’s Micah Stangebye is within reach of a Top 3 finish and, as of late Monday afternoon, an individual state championship. The Montrose High School freshman carded a first-round 1-under-par 71 at the Class 4A boys golf ...

To better yourself, invest in physical, emotional selves

By April Schulte-Barclay

If you were asked to invest a bit of your money in the wisest way you could think of, how would you invest it? Would you invest in the stock market or an educational plan for your children or grandchildren? Would you upgrade your vehicle? ...


Deputies looking for overdue camper

By Staff

Authorities are looking for a Craig man who is overdue from a weekend camping trip in Mesa County. Scott Burke, 43, was supposed to return Saturday, but no one has seen or heard from him since he left Craig on Friday, according to the Mesa ...


Judge shows compassion to ‘desperate’ suspect

By Gabrielle Porter

A Clifton man accused of attempting to rob an Alpine Bank branch was released on a personal-recognizance bond Monday after a judge said he wanted to show compassion to someone who was “desperate” and down on his luck. John Eric ...

Congressional candidates trade barbs on public lands

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is taking issue with his Democratic rival’s newest television ad. In it, former state Sen. Gail Schwartz says Tipton wants to sell off public lands and make them available to private individuals and ...

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