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Finishing with .500 record goal for Fruita

By {screen_name}

Fruita Monument hoped to be preparing for a playoff game this week, but the Wildcats had to settle for a final non-qualifier game instead. The Wildcats, though, have several things to play for against Heritage at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Stocker ...


Colorado Mesa women’s soccer score, Nov. 2, 2011

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 2, Metro State 1 RMAC Quarterfinals Women Wednesday at Walker Field Halftime: Colorado Mesa 1, Metro State 1 Goals: Kelly Parkhurst (Jessica Kent), CMU, 26:15; Nicole Pollack (Hayley Marsh), MSCD, 37:47; Parkhurst (Daniela ...


CMU women’s soccer team advances

By {screen_name}

Kelly Parkhurst scored in the 76th minute today from 25 yards out to break a 1-1 tie and send Colorado Mesa University’s women’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Metro State. The win in the opening round of the RMAC tournament at ...


Over the top: Money for schools

By Bob Silbernagel

Police acted responsibly in reacting to occupiers

By Rick Wagner

The Denver Police Department and the Occupy Denver movement clashes over the last few days have caught the attention of much of the media, especially those on the left like the Huffington Post and those in a geosynchronous orbit around Pluto, ...


Printed letters, November 3, 2011

By Staff

Some taxes are OK. For instance, the first federal gas tax, four cents, was levied by Congress during the mid-‘50s for the express purpose of building the interstate highway system. Few objected to that, and after 38 years, the last ...


Palisade voters say, ‘Keep it and tax it’

By The Daily Sentinel

Unlike their colleagues in other parts of Mesa County and many communities in Colorado, a majority of Palisade voters decided in Tuesday’s election to allow a medical marijuana dispensary to continue operating in their town. They also ...


Moose misfires

By The Daily Sentinel

The Daily Sentinel has long followed and applauded the gradual build-up of Colorado’s moose herds, especially on Grand Mesa. So it is more than a little distressing to see the large animals carelessly killed by folks hunting other types ...


UPDATE: Missing Delta boy found safe

By Staff

Isaiah Barker, the 11-year-old Delta boy suspected to have run away from Delta Middle School today, has been found safe, according to the Delta Police Department. At this time, the Police Department has no reason to believe criminal activity ...


Joseph Nelson mug

Dog mutilated, found hanging from bridge, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

A teenager is accused of mutilating a dog and hanging its carcass from the pedestrian bridge over the Colorado River near Eagle Rim Park, according to an arrest affidavit. Joseph Nelson, 18, was arrested Tuesday on a police warrant for ...


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