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Battle Mountain to test Palisade’s No. 2 ranking in football

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Palisade High School has long been the team to beat in the Class 3A Western Slope Conference. Battle Mountain wants to be the team to beat this season, and scheduled the Bulldogs for its homecoming game, which kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday. The ...

Canterbury to coach men’s track for Mavs

By Staff

Matt Canterbury will coach the new indoor and outdoor men’s track teams at Colorado Mesa University this season. Canterbury, who is the assistant director of admissions at the university, has been an assistant coach for the ...

State Golf Results, Monday, Oct. 3

By Staff

Class 5A State Tournament Monday at Bookcliff Country Club Team Scores 1. Highlands Ranch 219; 2. Cherry Creek 220; 3. (tie) Regis Jesuit, ThunderRidge 221; 5. Ralston Valley 223; 6. Rock Canyon, Fossil Ridge 226; 8. Greeley West 228; 9. ...

Local Gymnastics Results, Monday, Oct. 3

By Staff

Aspen Invitational KidzPlex Results Level 5 Team place: Third Child Division Shaylee Wirthlin: 4th Vault, 2nd Bars, 3rd Beam, 1st Floor, 1st All-Around Miya Spurger: 1st Bars, 2nd Vault, 4th Floor, 5th Beam, 2nd All-Around Kynlee ...

Montrose’s Kyne tied for fourth in Windsor

By Staff

WINDSOR — Kolten Kyne’s name sat on its own Monday, above all the others on the leader board. At least for a while. Kyne, a Montrose High School senior, knew that before too long a few other names would eclipse him at the top of ...

Saad, Junction golfers a few shots back in state

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Fruita Monument High School senior Joey Saad is seven shots back of the leaders in the Class 5A state golf championships at Bookcliff Country Club. Saad shot a first-round 76. Quade Mitchell of ThunderRidge and Brandon Gayeski of Mountain ...

Success from sad news

By The Daily Sentinel

There was understandable hand-wringing and anger when former Gov. Bill Ritter announced a couple years back that the skilled nursing facility at the Grand Junction Regional Center would be closed as part of a state budget-cutting ...

Eating the seed corn in District 51 versus providing necessary funding

By Jim Spehar

“I don’t know who’s to blame for this recession. But I’m pretty certain it wasn’t our third and fourth graders.” – Sen. Michael Bennet (to Club 20) There might be more people paying attention to the ...

Printed letters, Oct. 4, 2011

By Staff

It appears all that mountain air finally got to the Telluride Town Council. They’ve mistaken the fact that just because – altitude wise – they live physically above most of us on the Western Slope, they aren’t actually ...

A change in commenting policy

By Jay Seaton

We made a decision here at The Daily Sentinel a few weeks ago to change our policy for commenting online. We decided that the policy needed to square with our policy for letters to the editor. That is, if you would like to offer a comment on a ...

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