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Prep Football Standings, Monday, Oct. 25

By Staff

Southwestern Conference Conference Overall W L W L Grand Junction 3 0 7 1 Fruita Monument 2 1 3 5 Montrose 1 1 5 3 Central 1 3 2 6 Durango 0 2 4 4 Last Week’s Games Grand Junction 28, Fruita Monument 10 Montrose 26, Central ...


Prep Notebook: Tigers’ football team is ranked 10th in 5A poll

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School football team has finally gotten some statewide recognition. In Monday’s Denver Post Top 10 football poll, the Tigers (7-1) were ranked 10th in Class 5A. Grand Junction took the place of the team that ...


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Committed ‘Cats: Fruita Monument focused on making impact in Class 5A soccer playoffs

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Dan McKee knew the first day of summer camp he had a team capable of big things. He was right. The Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team qualified for the Class 5A state playoffs this season for the first time since ...


3 Halloween stars don’t stand up to scrutiny

By Gary McCallister

I feel it’s important to note that most of the Halloween myth makes no scientific sense. Ghosts can’t walk through walls. It isn’t the passing through walls that is the problem. The problem is that ghosts can’t walk. ...


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Honor Flight: Oct. 2010

By Gretel Daugherty

Gretel Daugherty tags along with the Western Slope Honor Flight.  ...


E-mail letters, October 25, 2010

By Staff

Conservative runs as write-in for Colorado governor I am running for governor under the banner of the Colorado state motto: “NOTHING WITHOUT GOD.” Our state and nation have left the foundation they were built upon. People like ...


No deal on the Roan Plateau

By The Daily Sentinel

The legal saga of potential gas drilling on the Roan Plateau west of Rifle continues, with a return visit to federal district court in Denver now on the agenda. It’s too bad that a compromise settlement couldn’t be reached between ...


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One week ‘til the end

By The Daily Sentinel

The “end” in the headline above refers not to the political fortunes of any candidate or political party come Nov. 2. Instead, it highlights one very welcome fact. Seven days from now, the airing of aggressive and seemingly ...


Things I wish I’d said — and some that I’m glad I didn’t

By Jim Spehar

If we couldn’t maintain some sense of humor, there might be reason for total despair this campaign season. But, in the midst of all the negativity, there’ve been a few chuckles and some enlightening moments. Former President Bill ...


Printed letters, Oct. 26, 2010

By Staff

Have you driven along Redlands Parkway from Patterson Road heading west recently? If so, you may have seen the brand-new junkyard that has been building up over the past few months. This totally inappropriate eyesore is certainly one way to ...


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