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Printed letters, Feb. 19, 2010

By Staff

Most military gays serve honorably Letter writer Clark Wingate says, “Those who want to drop ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ have probably never served.” Well, from someone who is gay and has served her country ...


You can eat there

By The Daily Sentinel

Would you stop eating at a local restaurant if you knew that among the critical violations the restaurant was cited for, there was a dented can of bamboo shoots? That was one of 11 critical violations for which the restaurant at Bookcliff ...


The Afghan campaign

By The Daily Sentinel

The United States and its allies have notched some solid successes since they launched the largest joint military operation of the war recently. Most notably, they captured the Taliban’s No. 2 commander in southern Afghanistan, while two ...


Not again — more snow headed for West Slope

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Just when Grand Valley residents were beginning to see more grass than snow in their yards, another round of storms is preparing to push into the Western Slope and should bring a mixture of rain and snow to the valley and significant snowfall ...


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‘Dogs want to re-establish wrestling identity in state

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Palisade High School wrestling team wants to be noticed. Many of the 10 state qualifiers had their hair cut into a Mohawk and dyed it blue. “The dying the hair thing is really cool because everybody knows where you’re from ...


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Pirate tradition: Olathe wrestlers follow in footsteps of their families

By Allen Gemaehlich

OLATHE — Zach Shank remembers going to wrestling tournaments when he was growing up, watching his cousins excel for Olathe High School. Now the sophomore is one of several Pirate wrestlers following the family wrestling ...


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Going for three: Gurule ready to defend his title, add another to collection

By Allen Gemaehlich

Matthew Gurule’s bid for an undefeated season came to an end last weekend, but he can still win a rare third state title this weekend at the Colorado State Championships in Denver. The 112-pound senior (42-1) enters the state tournament ...


High School State Wrestling Pairings, Classes 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A

By Staff

DENVER — First-round pairings, announced Sunday by the Colorado High School Activities Association, for the 75th annual Colorado state high school wrestling tournament, which will be held at Pepsi Center Thursday through Saturday: Class ...


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Student athlete: Paonia’s Drinkhouse succeeding in classroom, on wrestling mat

By Allen Gemaehlich

James Drinkhouse was struggling in the classroom and needed a change. After moving from Parachute, where he attended Grand Valley High School, to Paonia for the 2009-2010 school year, he’s doing better in the classroom and continues to ...


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Pinchak’s perseverance: Central senior hopes to qualify for state

By Allen Gemaehlich

Evan Pinchak has fought the odds since the day he was born. He beat those odds to survive, and has often exceeded expectations. Now, the Central High School senior looks to exceed quite possibly his own expectations this weekend in the ...


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