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Mason Alpert

Flinging to fifth: Central’s Pomaski finishes fifth in 5A discus competition

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LAKEWOOD — Once she changed discs and relaxed, Jamie Pomaski flourished. The Central High School senior put behind her two fouls in her flight Thursday to qualify for the Class 5A state finals in the discus. There, Pomaski had her best ...

Paonia girls capture 3,200 relay crown

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LAKEWOOD — The Paonia High School girls 3,200-meter relay team had the top time entering the Class 2A state track championships, but the girls were still amazed when they won the title. “Last year, our best was 9:57, so we were ...

Official: Body found is 12-year-old Colo. girl

By The AP

GREELEY — A body recovered from an irrigation ditch in northern Colorado has been identified as that of a 12-year-old girl missing since March, a law enforcement official said. Kayleah Wilson of Greeley was last seen walking to a ...

Fruita woman’s death ruled accidental drowning

By Paul Shockley

A 59-year-old Fruita woman died Wednesday in an accidental drowning, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Diana Lynn Bailey fell next to an ornamental pond and suffered a head injury, before collapsing into the pond, ...

Judge sees clearly on Blagg request

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger saw through all the obfuscating rhetoric surrounding Michael Blagg’s request for a new trial and reached a sound conclusion: There is nothing to suggest that Blagg didn’t receive a fair trial ...

Temple College latest qualifier for JUCO

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Temple College defeated McLennan 6-5 in the Southwestern Region championship game. The Leopards’ Collin Janssen hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 13th inning to send Temple to JUCO. This is Temple’s second ...

Printed letters, May 21, 2010

By Staff

Common sense absent in land-use editorial It seems that common sense isn’t that common anymore. The Daily Sentinel and Mesa County Commissioner Steve Acquafresca were wrong when they said that the commissioners already have legal ...

Don’t panic over parking garage

By The Daily Sentinel

It is troubling that the first floor of Grand Junction’s two-and a a-half-year-old parking garage is so often nearly empty. A vacancy rate of 92 percent, as has been the case so far this month, is not indicative of high public acceptance ...

From horse cars to high-tech highways, transportation has changed rapidly

By Henrietta Hay

The old Cherrelyn Horse Car has been restored and given a place of honor in the civic center of my hometown of Englewood. I am a few years too young to have seen it in action, but I grew up hearing lots of stories about it. Surface ...

Ritter signs teacher tenure legislation

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter has signed a landmark change to education law that will require teachers to be judged on the performance of their students and put their jobs on the line if they fail. Ritter signed the bill today after ...

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