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Berg, Wildcats win Central Invitational

By Staff

Will Berg figured he might as well go for it. The Fruita Monument High School junior golfer looked at the situation Tuesday at Tiara Rado Golf Course like he had nothing to lose, so he pulled out the driver and launched the ball a little more ...


Palisade XC team ready to run, full of ambition

By Scott Schlaufman

As a freshman on the Palisade High School cross country team last year, Katie Mueller was humbled by the competition. “I didn’t expect the season to be so hard. I didn’t expect everybody to be so good, so I guess I expected ...


Prep golf results, Aug. 30, 2011

By Staff

Central Invitational Tuesday at Tiara Rado Golf Course Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 216; 2. (tie) Battle Mountain, Steamboat Springs, 235; 4. Grand Junction, 239; 5. Central, 246; 6. Palisade, 248; 7. Meeker, 254; 8. Rangely, ...


Prep softball score, Aug. 30, 2011

By Staff

Basalt 20, Palisade 15 Tuesday at Palisade H.S. Basalt 400 805 3 — 20 Palisade 000 271 5 — 15 K. King and M. Nieslanik; Shelby Rubalcaba, Emily Crow (6), Katie Rupe (6) and Trenna Morgan. WP — King; LP — ...


Prep tennis results, Aug. 30, 2011

By Staff

Grand Junction 7, Aspen 0 Tuesday at Grand Junction Singles No. 1 — Spencer Weinberg, GJ, def. Bryan Mehall 6-4, 7-6; No. 2 — Luke Ledebur, GJ, def. Stevie Anderson 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 — Tate Hegstrom, GJ, def. Brad Broeking ...


Tipton needs to listen to diverse voices on safety net cuts

By Bill Grant

Third Congressional District Rep. Scott Tipton is heading back to Washington from his 3rd District Social Security and Medicare listening tour with exactly the message he wanted to hear. “I have held town hall meetings focusing on ...


Printed letters, August 31, 2011

By Staff

A long time ago I made an educated decision not to have children, in part due to the high costs and responsibility it required to provide them with a decent education and more than just basic needs. I feel blessed that I worked hard and saved ...


Shakeup at Justice is long overdue

By The Daily Sentinel

A discredited and discontinued effort to allow guns purchased in the United States to illegally cross the border into Mexico — known as “Operation Fast and Furious” — has cost the acting director of the Bureau of ...


Clifton-Fruitvale funding blues

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners have made several attempts to develop new ways to pay for services in the densely populated but unincorporated areas of Clifton and Fruitvale. We don’t blame them for considering yet another option: ...


Ex-doctors plead not guilty in GJ

By Paul Shockley

A pair of former western Colorado doctors under federal indictment pleaded not guilty today at the Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building. Flanked by their Denver-based attorneys — who recently filed an unsuccessful motion to move ...


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