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Mavericks waste opportunities in bid to upset No. 7 Fort Lewis

By Patti Arnold

So many chances. Wide right. High. Off the crossbar. All the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team needed was one of those chances Sunday at Walker Field to spin just a few inches left, a few inches lower or slide just under the ...


Colorado Mesa soccer results, Sunday, Oct. 2

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 0,  Fort Lewis 0, OT Women Sunday at Walker Field Halftime: 0-0. Shots: FLC 16 (Benavides 3, Striedel, Egbom, Schumacher, Hollenga, Martinez, Weiss 2, Barden 1), CMU 14 (Crispe 6, Franklin 2, Whigham, Islas, Wiernicki, ...


Printed letters, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Are Mesa County kids important? Did you know that Mesa County’s kids are the least important kids in the state? You may disagree with that notion — I know I do — but that’s the message we are clearly sending to the ...


Time to revitalize riverfront effort

By The Daily Sentinel

Thanks to a Colorado Court of Appeals decision, and the refusal of the state Supreme Court last week to re-examine that decision, Grand Junction will have to reconsider the five-year-old dispute regarding Brady Trucking and its property along ...


New ideas can help alleviate homeless problem

By Guest Columnist

By Mollie Woodard In recent months, the awareness of homelessness has increased in our community consciousness. If anything, this awareness has brought to light the complexity and diversity needed to bring long-term and meaningful solutions ...


Airport follows FAA rules as it serves the entire community

By Guest Columnist

By Tom LaCroix The Grand Junction Regional Airport and its management have been unfairly criticized regarding our airport leases and wildlife fence. The following summary seeks to set the record straight: Airport Leases: Grand Junction ...


Time to change governance structure of Grand Junction Regional Airport

By Guest Columnist

By David Shepard Turmoil at Grand Junction Regional Airport over the past few months and more, combined with unresponsiveness from the airport authority and airport manager, suggest it may be time to rethink the management structure of the ...


Anonymous comments on websites do nothing to further public discourse

By Denny Herzog

Newspapers have been trying to figure out this whole World Wide Web thing since the dawn of the Digital Age. Way back in the 1990s we were struggling (really) with questions like should we or should we not have a website. What content should ...


Street crimes in the crosshairs once more

By The Daily Sentinel

Given the increases in crimes in Grand Junction in 2011, compared to 2010, it’s welcome news that the Grand Junction Police Department will be able to re-establish a street-crimes unit that was scrapped last year due to budget ...


Fruita woman’s death linked to listeria outbreak

By Melinda Mawdsley

The recent listeria-caused death of a Mesa County woman officially has been linked to the eastern Colorado farm at the center of a national outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Colorado Department of Public Health ...


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