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GJ swim invite doesn’t yield Olympic trial times

By Nick Walter

The pool is gaining notoriety as being fast because of its deep waters and wave suppression. But that does not mean an automatic pass to the U.S. Olympic Trials. El Pomar Natatorium for the past three days was the site of the Grand Junction ...


Ready to rock: GJ opens its season tonight in Ogden

By Patti Arnold

They’re ready. After one week of practice and one exhibition game, the Grand Junction Rockies leave this morning for their first Pioneer League series of the season at Ogden, Utah. Josh Mueller, who has the most pitching experience on ...


Wildcats win slugfest, tourney title

By Staff

The Fruita Wildcats outslugged Cheyenne Mountain for 12-10 victory Sunday and the championship of Best of the West U18 baseball tournament. Kale Smith pitched the final four innings to earn the win, while Cody Basinger Logan McLennan and Gabe ...


Grand Junction Invitational

By Staff

Grand Junction Invitational Sunday at El Pomar Natatorium TEAM SCORES 1. Evergreen 2,736.5; 2. Maverick Aquatics, 2,436; 3. Aspen Swim Club, 2,044; 4. Northglenn Fusion Swim Club, 1,722; 5. Castle Rock Swim Team, 1,177.5; 6. Montrose ...


Big Sky Open

By Staff

Big Sky Open Sunday at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Men’s final results Championship Freestyle Name Rd 1-Rd 2—Total Braden Gellenthien, Mass. 588-590—1,178 Henry Bass, Utah 582-587—1,169* Steve Anderson, Utah  ...


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Week’s Photos for June 17-23, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Images captured by Daily Sentinel photographers on the third week of June 2012.  ...


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Week in Sports for June 17-23, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Springtime sports and outdoors photos for the third week of June 2012.  ...


IOC probes black market Olympic ticket scandal

By The Associated Press

LONDON — International Olympic officials have opened a high-level investigation into allegations that authorized representatives in more than 50 countries — including a national Olympic committee — were involved in selling ...


Cedaredge teen home, healing after trip to CA burn unit

By Melinda Mawdsley

This year was the best Father’s Day of James TenNapel’s life. For one, his eldest son remembered it. In addition, that same son, J.D. TenNapel, is home in Cedaredge and doing well after spending four days in the burn unit of ...


UPDATE: Stiff winds fuel Colo. wildfire; looting a concern

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Crews in northern Colorado are facing powerful winds as they battle a blaze that has scorched about 86 square miles of mountainous forest land and destroyed at least 181 homes, the most in state history. Meanwhile, local ...


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