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Staying in control of emotions key for Rifle team at 3A state golf

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — A drive to win got a pair of Rifle High School juniors back to the Class 3A boys state golf championship. A new approach on the course helped the rest of the team get there, too. Thanks to the second-place finish in the Class 3A ...

Top-ranked Tigers push record to 5-0

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Grand Junction High School has rolled to victories in its first four football games of the season, but Saturday night the Tigers faced some adversity that tested their mettle. The Tigers, who scored 50 points in three of their first four ...

Ogden crackdown lowers street gang activity

By The AP

OGDEN, Utah — Ogden law enforcement authorities say a crackdown on the activities of an Ogden street gang has led to a drop in gang activity. They told the Standard-Examiner of Ogden that the city has seen a 38.5 percent decrease in ...

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Intimidating bicycle ride up Little Park Road exciting, beautiful

By Scott Mercier

Little Park Road is probably one of the least ridden, but most intimidating and spectacular rides in the Grand Valley. It is so steep and long that no matter what, you are going to suffer. The college kids had an unsanctioned race up the hill ...

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Sage-grouse hunters adjusting to changes in season in Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

If you’re a sage-grouse hunter, you found some interesting changes awaiting you when the season opened Sept 10. One long-time favorite area was closed this year, and several other areas were re-opened to hunting for the first time in ...

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Mesa County senior 4-H Shotgun team shines in Colorado state shoot

By Dave Buchanan

The Mesa County senior 4-H Shotgun team took first place in both team skeet and team 5-stand competition at the 2011 Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports state shoot. Additionally, senior team members Connor Stout and Sheldon Cole finished first and ...

USU fraternity suspended after alcohol incident

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — Utah State University has suspended a fraternity after an underage girl consumed an excessive amount of alcohol at the frat house and was rushed to the hospital. The Gamma Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha will be ...

Utah governor’s mother dies at 82

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Carol Boley Herbert, the mother of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, died early this morning at the age of 82. In a statement, the governor described his mother as “a talented and spiritual person” who exhibited ...

Christie team assessing how fast a campgain could be mounted

By Special to the Sentinel

WASHINGTON — Chris Christie’s political advisers are working to determine whether they could move fast enough to set up effective political operations in Iowa and New Hampshire in the wake of a relentless courtship aimed at ...

Man allegedly interfered with cops, used vulgarity

By The AP

ASPEN — A Colorado man is charged with interfering with four Aspen police officers for allegedly getting with inches of their faces and circling them on foot while repeatedly using a vulgarity. The Aspen Daily News reports 32-year-old ...

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