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Valley teams begin track season today at Stocker

By Allen Gemaehlich

The high school track & field season begins with a laid-back fun meet. Central High School hosts a non-qualifying relay meet at 2 p.m. Friday at Stocker Stadium. The four Grand Valley schools are competing along with Aspen, Delta and ...

Sports in Brief: Sera selected RMAC tennis player of week

By Staff

College Tennis Sera is RMAC player of week Kelleen Sera won both of her matches at No. 1 singles last weekend for the Mesa State College women’s tennis team and was selected the RMAC player of the week. Serra, a sophomore from ...

Bulldogs begin promising year with huge win

By Allen Gemaehlich

If the season-opener is any indication, the Palisade High School baseball team should be competitive again this season. The Bulldogs got off to a good start, defeating Elizabeth 16-6 on Thursday in the Bill Fanning Classic at Suplizio ...

Thursday’s High School Soccer Result

By Staff

Central 14 Grand Valley 0 Halftime: 8-0 Goals: c-Linzee Dwyer 4, Arianna Herrera 3, Alyssa Workman 2, Kristen Ferguson 2, Lanie Ferguson 1, Alixis Evoniuk 1, Mady Allen 1. Goalies (saves): c- Allen 3, Chelsea Aaberg 1. Shots: c- 45; gv- ...

College Basketball Central Region rankings, March 3, 2010

By Staff

Central Region Rankings Men As of March 3 D-II In-Region 1. Minnesota State Mankato 21-3 20-3 2. Mesa State 19-4 17-3 3. Augustana (South Dakota) 18-5 18-5 4. St. Cloud State 18-5 18-5 5. Metro State 17-6 17-6 6. Winona ...

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Crack of the first bat: Champlin’s big game overshadowed by Warriors’ loss

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Matt Champlin had the individual start to a season that every baseball player craves. The Central High School first baseman hit a three-run home run to left field in his first at-bat of the season. Champlin had a triple later in the game on ...

Week’s Best Pictures, Feb. 28 - March 6, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Some of the best shots by Sentinel photographers for the week.  ...

Fund established for family of man killed in police confrontation

By Paul Shockley

A woman whose husband was shot and killed during a confrontation with police has established a memorial fund. Nancy Ingram on Thursday said she’s trying to raise $1,400, which will pay for funeral services and cremation for 39-year-old ...

E-mail letters, March 4, 2010

By Staff

Immigration reform can benefit all of us Letter writer Dana Isham expresses a widely held fear that reform of our immigration law will make difficulty for the American worker and for our economy. His fear has been heard throughout the history ...

Rangel steps down

By The Daily Sentinel

The good news is that ethically challenged New York Congressman Charles Rangel is finally relinquishing the gavel as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. He maintains the move is only temporary, but it’s not at all clear his ...

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