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Boys basketball scores, Dec. 12, 2009

By Staff

Friday’s Scores Aspen 55, Grand Valley 41 San Juan 64, Durango 43 Monttwood 48, Ignacio 46 North Park 39, Rangely JV 28 Hotchkiss 66, Cedaredge 55 Meeker 72, Rangely 49 Buena Vista 59, Cortez 39 Pagosa Springs 102, Dolores ...


Prep wrestling results, Dec. 12, 2009

By Staff

Montrose 49, Central 23 Friday at Central High School 103 pounds — Michael Canavan, M, pinned Dusty Sanchez 1:59; 112 — Geordon Hudson, M, pinned Lawrence Balerio 2:54; 119 — Matthew Gurule, C, def. Kyle Rogers 25-9; 125 ...


A dose of regret: Mother now more wary than ever about flu shots

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction mother Kara Bocanegra decided this year to have her four children vaccinated against the H1N1 virus. In years past, Bocanegra was wary of having her children vaccinated for the flu, not wanting to introduce any more vaccines to ...


Death Notices, Dec. 12, 2009

By Staff

Thelma Jean Bear, 92, Paonia, died Dec. 9, 2009, at Paonia Care Center. Services were held with burial at Cedar Hill Cmetery in Paonia. Survivors include her two daughters, Cheryl Bear of Phoenix and Cindi Crabtree of Craig; one brother, ...


EPA rule hikes wages on area water projects

By Staff

Several Western Slope communities are going to have to spend millions of dollars more for various water and wastewater expansion projects because of a recent ruling by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and that has some area officials ...


No snow job in its removal, officials say

By Paul Shockley

The calls have dumped in Eric Bruton’s lap almost as fast as the snow: complaints about passing county-operated snowplows tossing snow into driveways; and jammed up cul-de-sacs. Bruton knows more remains to be done in clearing roadways, ...


You Said It, Dec.12, 2009

By Special to the Sentinel

I would like to thank the gentleman from Halliburton who helped us get unstuck Wednesday morning. He was already running behind and still stopped to help. Thank you. Maybe we need to send the plow operators and their managers back to Snow ...


Sports in Brief: Fruita Monument routs Wheat Ridge

By Staff

Prep Basketball Fruita Monument routs Wheat Ridge The Fruita Monument boys basketball team doubled its scoring output Friday in its second game of the Ralston Valley Tournament, defeating Wheat Ridge 66-34. “We hustled really well ...


Scoring drought dooms Wildcats

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team had a quarter Friday every coach dreads. Coming out of halftime tied, the Wildcats couldn’t hit a shot or layup, scoring only two points in a 13-minute span, eventually falling to ...


121209 MHS-CHS Wrestling

Drawing first blood: Franz shakes off bloddy nose, Indians get first league win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Braxten Franz gets bloody noses easily. “I usually get nose bleeds, but not like that,” the Montrose High School senior wrestler said Friday. “Once, I was taking a math test and I thought I had a runny nose. I looked down ...


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