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Getting rugged: Bouchard, Lewis kick-start Mesa State women’s rugby team

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The same sport for men is often played by a different set of rules for women. Frankly, women are getting tired of it. A rough-and-tumble group at Mesa State College is changing the notion that women can’t play as aggressively as men ...


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Aspen shoots lights out to top Hotchkiss

By Allen Gemaehlich

The lights in Palisade High School’s gym went out Saturday evening just before Aspen and Hotchkiss were to tipoff in the Class 3A Western Slope League district championship. Shortly after the lights were back on, Aspen shot the lights ...


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Back to the basics: Mesa men use defense, patience to top Highlands

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All week, the Mesa State College men’s basketball players talked about getting back to the things that helped them win 20 of 21 games. Play defense. After New Mexico Highlands shot 47 percent from the field in the first half Saturday ...


Student history buffs compare knowledge

By Charles Ashby

History buffs had a field day at Mesa State College on Saturday as nearly 100 area middle school and high school students competed for top honors in the seventh annual History Day competition. Winners in the various categories advanced to the ...


Mesa State student will be on game show Monday

By Melinda Mawdsley

Matthew Lovato is ready to disregard the saying that what happens in Las Vegas stays there. At 1 p.m. Monday, Lovato, 23, makes his television debut as a contestant on the CBS game show “Let’s Make a Deal” with host Wayne ...


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‘Geography of Bliss’ writer greets fans

By Charles Ashby

Your happy place isn’t likely to be featured in a book many residents of Mesa County have been reading this past year. That’s because Eric Weiner, the author of “The Geography of Bliss,” didn’t set out to write ...


Internal Medicine Associates urges clients to pressure lawmakers

By Charles Ashby

An expected 21 percent cut in Medicare reimbursement rates will go into effect Monday unless the U.S. Senate reverses it early this week. If that doesn’t happen, though, at least one Grand Junction doctor’s office already is ...


Sentinel wins Colorado Press Association awards

By Staff

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel claimed four first-place awards in news, advertising and circulation in the annual Colorado Press Association contest. The awards were announced Saturday at the association’s annual awards banquet in ...


Police Blotter, Feb. 28, 2010

By Staff

Stay out of store, man told Three Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies told a man Friday evening to stop going into the Walgreens at 572 32 Road. Deputies Jerry Gray, Peter Schimek and Bobby Pierson responded to a complaint from ...


You Said It, Feb. 28, 2010

By Staff

Guns in our national parks? Are you kidding me? Why would anyone need a firearm in a place where hunting is not allowed nor is discharging a weapon allowed? I love the idea of reassigning school administrators in the classrooms so they do ...


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