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Prep tennis score, Aug. 26, 2010

By Staff

Grand Junction 6, Fruita Monument 1 Thursday at Fruita Monument H.S. Singles No. 1 — Spencer Weinberg, GJ, def. Antonio Pestello 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 — Luke Ledebur, GJ, def. Vinny Castellini 6-0, 6-1; No. 3 — Parker Hegstrom, ...


Prep golf results, Aug. 26, 2010

By Staff

Pagosa Springs Invitational Thursday at Pagosa Springs Team Scores 1. Montrose, 234; 2. Cortez, 236; 3. Durango, 238; 4. Monte Vista, 257; 5. Central, 258; 6. Ridgway, 269; 7. Alamosa, 288; 8. Pagosa Springs 308 Individual Scores Michael ...


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Duo’s solid beginning: Tigers’ new No. 1 doubles combo clicks in victory

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Changing tennis doubles partners can be tough. It can be even harder when you barely know the guy, but it hasn’t been for Gabe Campos. The Grand Junction High School junior is playing with a new doubles partner he met just a few weeks ...


Boys, girls eat together again at lunch

By Emily Shockley

An experiment in gender-segregated lunches ended after three days at Grand Mesa Middle School. The school decided Monday to try having girls-only and boys-only lunch periods. Complaints from parents and students, though, brought the ...


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Plateau Valley School District cuts costs with four-day week

By Emily Shockley

Plateau Valley School District 50 students will have Fridays off this year as the district goes to a four-day week. The district discussed the change as budget news continually worsened throughout the 2009–10 school year, District 50 ...


Making a splash

By Gretel Daugherty

The disabled learn to water ski at a camp.  ...


Health overhaul question headed to Colo. ballot

By The AP

DENVER — Coloradans will get to weigh in on the health care overhaul this fall with a ballot measure that attempts to block the government from requiring people to have health insurance. The Colorado Secretary of State today announced ...


EnCana pays $200,000 for bird violations

By Dennis Webb

EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. will pay $200,000 in community service payments and fines after pleading guilty today to misdemeanor violations related to the deaths of some 60 federally protected birds in western Colorado and Wyoming. The ...


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Month’s Best Photos, August 2010

By Staff

Summer’s last hurrah, as captured by Daily Sentinel photographers.  ...


E-mail letters, August 26, 2010

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity should be buying homes Here we have a glut of homes for sale and in foreclosure because of the economy, yet Habitat for Humanity is happily building new ones. Why can’t they buy one of the many sitting on the market ...


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