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Student of the Week: Morgan Mull, CHS senior

By Special to the Sentinel

GPA: 3.65 After-school activities: volleyball manager, tennis, homework, work, Central Ties. Favorite book: “Dear John” by Nicholas Sparks. Favorite TV show: “Grey’s Anatomy.” Favorite person to follow on ...


Kids Voting has strong turnout

By Guest Columnist

By Kelby Johnson All of those campaign signs on the side of the road will soon disappear. Voter turnout for the Nov. 2 midterm election was high for both adult and student voters. Mesa County registered voters hit the polls at 75 percent. ...


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Vandals steal shelter’s pit bull puppies

By Dennis Webb

Rifle Animal Shelter workers are worried about the fate of two pit bull puppies stolen from the facility Friday night. Shelter manager Heather Mullen said vandals broke a window to get to the puppies. “They definitely knew what they ...


Curry House race won’t be decided until Nov. 26

By The AP

DENVER — Voters in five western Colorado counties won’t know who their state representative is until Nov. 26. That’s when ballots are certified in the three-way race to represent House District 61 involving unaffiliated ...


Montrose’s Robertson to play baseball for Mesa

By Patrick Bahr

Montrose High School three-sport athlete Nathan Robertson plans to sign his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Mesa State College on Wednesday. According to Robertson’s father, Jim, the Indians senior shortstop will forgo ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 8, 2010

By Staff

Politicians should expect to get fired if they don’t do their job Reactions to recent newspaper news regarding our latest election: First, there are the thoughts of letter writer Jose Lucero in his letter of Nov. 4,  in which he ...


Enormous Ice Age bison skull found

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — The skull of an Ice Age bison twice the size of modern bison is the latest fossil discovery coming out of Snowmass Village. Scientists uncovered the 250-pound bison skull Saturday. The Denver Museum of Nature & ...


4 accused of robbing 2 fellow Mesa students

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Four Mesa State College students have been arrested in connection with the robbery of two other students from whom they had arranged to buy marijuana. Enyinna C. Irechukwu, 19; Joshua Green, 20; Christopher Hale, 20; and Keith Blackmon, 19, ...


Uranium rock pile at mine a concern

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State regulators have asked that a mining company operating in western Colorado move piles of uranium-bearing rock from outside a mine. The Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety asked Cotter Corp. to move 300 to 500 tons of the ...


Bangs Canyon area closed for roadwork

By Staff

A popular recreational area off Little Park Road will be closed this week to allow the Bureau of Land Management to perform maintenance and repair. The Bangs Canyon trail head, which is about five miles up Little Park Road, will be closed ...


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