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Melillo’s dunk helps Mavs edge Chadron

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Every time Mike Melillo put up a shot Friday night, it seemed to rim out. The Colorado Mesa University redshirt freshman struggled, but he kept working. Finally, he got a shot attempt he couldn’t miss. After Shawn King picked up a ...


Sinner leads Wildcats to victory over Mullen

By Staff

Jessica Sinner’s 15 points led the Fruita Monument girls basketball team to a 51-43 victory over Mullen on Friday night in the Wildcats’ season opener in Denver. Lauren LaBonde hit seven of nine free throws and ended up with 10 ...


Smoky Hill tops Palisade in ‘weird’ win

By Nick Walter

Before Smoky Hill’s 70-53 win over Palisade during the Warrior Challenge on Friday at Central High School, Smoky Hill coach Keenan Clement considered what was, for him, a unique moment. Clement played for Palisade until his graduation ...


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Central Warriors play well defensively in loss to Carbon County (Utah)

By Scott Schlaufman

As far as Central High School’s first-year boys basketball coach Ryan Hayden was concerned, Friday’s 52-43 loss to Carbon County (Utah) had plenty of good. Specifically, the Warriors’ defense played aggressively, which led ...


Death notices, Dec. 3, 2011

By Staff

Ora Lee Hoffman, 93, Grand Junction, died Nov. 28, 2011, at her home. Services are pending with Martin Mortuary. Ms. Hoffman was a homemaker. Survivors include son, David of Grand Junction; one daughter, Patricia Hoffman of North Canton, ...


Blotter, Dec. 3, 2011

By Staff

Robbery arrests made Kent K. Kirkwood, 31, and Rachelle Ann Kirkwood, 28, were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of aggravated robbery. Rachelle Kirkwood allegedly stole three DVDs from Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Ave., according to the Grand ...


Nature sets the rules of engagement, like it or not

By Staff

I always told our children that our home was a democracy, only instead of “one man, one vote,” our slogan was “one pound, one vote.” This served us well for many years. That is, until the children learned about forming ...


Getting It Right, Dec. 3, 2011

By Staff

A photo caption on Page One of Tuesday’s Daily Sentinel should have said the Community Hand Bell Concert will be at 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, at the Redlands Methodist Church.  ...


Halliburton seeks changes to fracking disclosure proposal

By Dennis Webb

A hydraulic fracturing company whose name has come to be associated with what critics call a loophole in federal law says that as written, a proposed Colorado fracking-fluids-disclosure rule could contribute to it being accused of exploiting ...


Deadline on Monday to apply to serve on schools’ budget panel

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Monday is the last day School District 51 residents can apply to become part of the district’s Budget Development and Oversight Committee. The district already received 45 emails from people interested in joining the committee. District ...


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