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It’s a tough hike, but the view from Mt. Garfield is spectacular

By Staff

Stretching more than 200 miles from Palisade to Price, Utah, the Bookcliffs encompass the longest continuous escarpment in the world. What, you may ask, is an escarpment? Well, according to my good buddies Merriam and Webster, who know about ...

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Civil Air Patrol saved man’s life 40 years ago

By Melinda Mawdsley

F. Peter Simmons remembers very little from the plane crash that nearly cost him his life. All the Battlement Mesa man knows is the tail of the single-engine plane he was flying hit a tree. From there, his memory is fuzzy because the plane ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 25, 2009

By Staff

The Montrose Chamber of Commerce and US Bank will host monthly networking events called Good Morning ... Montrose! beginning with the inaugural event Thursday at Holiday Inn Express, 1391 S. Townsend Ave. Check-in begins at 7 a.m., followed ...

You Said It, Oct. 25, 2009

By Staff

Have your say: Send your comment to You Said It, The Daily Sentinel, Box 668,  Grand Junction, CO 81502 or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...

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Local video game shops aim to find niche in struggling market

By Staff

The sales of video games have taken a nose dive in recent months. The decline in sales has been around 30 percent for game consoles and 23 percent for games in the past six months, according to the Associated Press. Although the decline has ...

MAV WATCH: Mesa State looks to avenge loss to Adams, keep RMAC hopes alive

By Allen Gemaehlich

Adams State College spoiled Mesa State’s RMAC title and NCAA Division II football playoff hopes last season with a come-from-behind victory in Alamosa. It started a three-game losing streak for the Mavericks, ending the season well ...

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Looking into the future: Regimbal among young Mavs playing big roles

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It wasn’t a planned glimpse at the future of Mesa State College volleyball, but some freshmen played significant roles Saturday night in the Mavericks’ 3-1 victory over Adams State. With Ali Tompkins’ right shoulder aching ...


Penalties cost Mavs in loss to Adams State

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mavericks controlled the clock and produced more offense, but hurt themselves with penalties and turnovers. The Mesa State College football team had 11 penalties for 119 yards and committed four turnovers. Together, it led to another ...


Hunters have mixed success in first season

By Dave Buchanan

Mid-October finds many Colorado sportsmen entranced by elk, a relationship that’s all too often a one-sided affair until Mother Nature decides to intrude. Wildlife managers might create numerous opportunities to get man and beast ...

Porch played a big role in accomplished musicians early days

By Rock Cesario

Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett have been friends since their days in college together at Texas A&M in the early 1980s. Keen said they used to sit on the front porch of the house they shared, playing their guitars and thinking about ...

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