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Sports Briefs, July 14, 2011

By Staff

College Wrestling Pueblo to host D-II championships CSU-Pueblo was announced Thursday as the host site for the NCAA Division II national wrestling championships in 2012. It will be one of two national championships in Pueblo this coming ...


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Monument wins 10-11 boys District 1 Little League title

By Scott Schlaufman

Nobody said being a player on the Monument 10-11 boys Little League baseball team was easy. “We practice every morning at 7:30 for two hours,” coach Sean Kreidler said. “They’re tired, but they get out there every ...


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Trial delayed for ex-Montrose DA

By Paul Shockley

A judge Thursday denied a renewed bid for sanctions against prosecutors in the case against former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra, but delayed his trial on sexual misconduct charges. Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger ...


E-mail letters, July 14, 2011

By Staff

Justice was served with Casey Anthony verdict In the July 14 edition of The Daily Sentinel, M. E. Johnson complained that there was “no justice” in the Casey Anthony verdict.  I think I can understand how one might come to ...


McConnell’s debt plan falters; state’s school tax initiative sputters

By Josh Penry

The shouting-match-turned-stare-down-turned-revolving-door-negotiation-turned-presidential-temper-tantrum that is the debt ceiling debate in Washington, D.C., is beginning to test the patience and the principles of some tough political ...


Target: child obesity

By The Daily Sentinel

Two ideas were put forth this week in an effort to rein in child obesity — one small but encouraging, the other urging an outrageous new standard of government control. Neither idea will end our epidemic of child obesity. But they both ...


Pot vote in Palisade?

By The Daily Sentinel

When it comes to medical marijuana dispensaries, Mesa County won’t be mistaken for Denver, where there are reportedly more dispensaries than Starbucks coffee shops. Mesa County has a total of one dispensary now, operating in the town of ...


Printed letters, July 12, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Junction Airport Authority claims the TSA is requiring a new security fence at the airport that will severely impact business at the airport. How is that possible, when the same is not required at other airports, such as ...


Pfau sets high goals for herself on mat

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Cody Pfau knows her way around a wrestling room. She grew up in one with her brothers and father. Her youngest brother, Wyatt, won a state pee wee championship two years ago and took third this past year. The 16-year-old has wrestled with ...


Feds to refine plan on solar development zones

By The AP

DENVER — Federal officials are refining their plan for speeding up solar energy development in zones of public lands in six western states, after receiving about 80,000 comments on the plan, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said today. In ...


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