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Comeback kids: Fruita Major girls hope success follows them to Texas

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Little League Major girls hope the magic hasn’t run out. Fruita begins the Southwestern Regional Little League tournament today in Waco, Texas, playing Petroglyph Little League of New Mexico at 5 p.m. “What a great ...


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Local fighters dominate CageRaiser 2

By Patrick Bahr

Alex Trottier knows it’s important to put on a good show. That’s why for Saturday’s Cage Raiser 2 at Grand Junction Harley Davidson, Trottier is treating fight fans to an entertaining card. CageRaiser 2 features 12 total ...


GJ football team placed on restriction for ‘10 season

By Patrick Bahr

A misinterpretation of a bylaw has the Grand Junction High School football team on restriction for the 2010 season. The Tigers allowed eighth-graders to participate in their offseason conditioning program in March and April, which violates ...


Sports Briefs, July 29, 2010

By Staff

Baseball Gene Taylor’s eliminated at state The Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team lost 14-8 to Rocky Mountain at the Colorado American Legion ‘A’ State Tournament in Greeley. Jayke Brock led Taylor’s ...


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Month’s Best Photos, July 2010

By Staff

The month of July keeps Sentinel photographers busy.  ...


Rockies president’s death due to natural causes

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Investigators have determined that Colorado Rockies president Keli McGregor’s death in April was from natural causes, police said today. McGregor was pronounced dead April 20 after being found in a Salt Lake City ...


E-mail letters, July 29, 2010

By Staff

Tipton will be congressman western Colorado needs For those of you who haven’t voted yet, I’m encouraging a vote for Scott Tipton in the 3rd Congressional District.  Scott has spent the last 30 years operating a small ...


Frances Owens backs McInnis for Colo. governor

By The AP

DENVER — Former Colorado First Lady Frances Owens is endorsing Republican Scott McInnis for governor, saying he has a proven conservative record and can get the state on the path to economic recovery. Owens said today that she has known ...


Celebrate moose on Grand Mesa

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s hard to believe it was only a little more than five years ago that the first three moose were released on Grand Mesa in an effort to re-establish the giant mammals on the mountain they once claimed as home, at least part of the ...


Top-level sports was just a dream for women decades ago, before Title IX

By Henrietta Hay

I intended to write about Washington politics today. But they are in such a mess and I am so concerned that I think I will go back a few years to another bill that passed Congress after a bitter fight: Title IX. Parts of this are taken from a ...


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