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He’s always been one of the favorites to win the Taco Bell Western Slope Open men’s open singles title, but he hasn’t. Dan MacDonald has played in the annual tennis tournament since 1990 and won the men’s open singles ...


Palisade Legion wins state title

By Staff

It took a second game, but the Palisade Legion B 18-under baseball team wouldn’t be denied. Palisade bounced back from a loss to win the American Legion B state championship Sunday in Breckenridge. This is Palisade’s first ...


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Week in Sports for July 29 - August 4, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Springtime sports and outdoors photos for the end of July and start of August in 2012.  ...


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Week’s Photos for July 29 - August 4, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Photos from the end of July to the start of August in 2012  ...


Mesa tennis coach wins Taco Bell men’s open title

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Colorado Mesa University tennis coach Dan MacDonald captured his first Taco Bell Western Slope Open men’s open singles title. MacDonald defeated five-time men’s open singles champion Jerry Lockwood 6-3, 6-2 in the final on Sunday ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League Golf Results July 29, 2012

By Julie Norman

Adobe Creek Mixed League - July 29, 2012 Skins - Desert Hole #1 Dave S., Wynona M.   Hole #5 Arnie T., JoRee S.   Hole ...


Medical emergencies should not lead to financial ruin

By Guest Columnist

Regarding The Daily Sentinel’s editorial about my views on health care reform, it’s tough to summarize in 900 words what I would do about an issue that involves close to one-fifth of our nation’s economy, but let me try. My ...


The Olympic Games: Moments of peace in troubled times

By Krystyn Hartman

I love the Olympics. Summer. Winter. Doesn’t matter. I love the games as a celebration of our shared humanity. The grace, the balance, the beauty, the rhythm and precision, the teamwork, the intensity expressed on human faces — ...


Homelessness and vagrancy

By The Daily Sentinel

A few weeks ago, we at The Daily Sentinel wrote of the need for a better term to describe those who have long been lumped into the category of “homeless” with others whose circumstances and behavior are far different. One group, ...


Printed letters, July 29, 2012

By Staff

The Supreme Court’s health care decision is one month behind us, and while the histrionic displays of emotion exhibited by Republicans have subsided, the radical right has launched its latest barrage of character assassination upon ...


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