Page 6357 of 10566

Colorado Mesa softball results, April 15

By Staff

Neb.-Kearney 8, Colorado Mesa 2 Sunday at Bergman Field Game 1 Neb.-Kearney (AB-R-H-RBI) Wilson, cf 5-0-1-1, Frederick, lf 5-1-1-0, Noakes, ss 3-1-2-1, Seberger, 2b 2-0-2-1, Rome, 3b 4-0-0-0, Helmink, pr 0-1-0-0, Kramer, c 4-1-3-2, ...


Lack of offense dooms Mavs in DH loss to Lopers

By {screen_name}

The lightning delay didn’t help. Immediately after Colorado Mesa junior Megan Smith hit her third home run of the weekend series, thunder and lightning encompassed Grand Junction. After a 30-minute mandatory NCAA wait, play resumed, ...

Taxing our patience

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is normally Tax Day, the deadline for most Americans to file their 2011 income tax returns. But, thanks to the fact that April 15 falls on Sunday, and Monday is a holiday in Washington, D.C. — Emancipation Day — we get a ...

1 dead, 4 missing in yacht race accident

By The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO — One sailor died and four others were missing at sea after powerful waves swept them from their yacht during a 60-mile roundtrip race off San Francisco’s coast, the Coast Guard said today. Three other crew members ...

The $12K menu replicating Titanic’s last dinner

By The Associated Press

Cullen’s restaurant in Houston was one of several around the world that served lavish, 10-course meals on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking in an attempt to replicate the last meal served aboard the ship. Here’s what ...

Storm brings foot of snow to Colo. mountains

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A fast-moving spring snowstorm that dumped up to 2 inches in the Denver metro area also brought about a foot of snow to some areas of the mountains. Wintry weather lingered in parts of Colorado today prompting officials to close ...

Rescuers help 9 soldiers off of Pikes Peak

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A military helicopter rescued nine stranded soldiers who were on a training mission on Pikes Peak, including one who had suffered a broken leg. Fort Carson spokeswoman Lori Waters says the soldiers rescued late ...

Site hints at early North American humans

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Molly the Columbian mammoth lived, grazed, and died, about 13,000 years ago near a spring in what is now a fast-developing chunk of Douglas County. Five thousand years later, early North American humans spent time at the same ...

Captive audience for trial of trooper

By Paul Shockley

From his wooden courtroom bench at the Mesa County Justice Center, 61-year-old Larry Bullard hears urgency as he listens to legal arguments about “every policeman’s worst nightmare.” “I could be sitting where Gene ...


Mobile journalist cruises Junction, posting news online as it happens

By Amy Hamilton

It’s a bustling lunch hour on the Colorado Mesa University campus when Daily Sentinel reporter Richie Ann Ashcraft swoops into the cafeteria. She walks briskly, scanning the crowds of students and faculty gathered around tables, chatting ...

Page 6357 of 10566


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2017 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy