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Gastineau makes move to shortstop look easy

By Patrick Bahr

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Fruita stays hot at the plate, ripping 10 hits vs. Central

By Patrick Bahr

When it comes to momentum, the baseball teams from Fruita Monument and Central high schools are going in different directions. The Wildcats (8-4, 3-1 Southwestern League) are coming off of scoring 36 runs against Montezuma-Cortez last Friday, ...


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Vallie’s quiet personality belies her aggressive attitude on softball field

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One word describes Mesa State College center fielder Dani Vallie. Gamer. “You recruit a kid for their talent and skill and personality and academics,” Mesa State softball coach Kris Mort said. “You don’t know what ...


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Central’s Pomaski set high goals early in her career

By Staff

As a freshman, Jamie Pomaski decided what her goal was for the next three track seasons. “Stephanie Padon was here,” said Pomaski, now a Central High School junior. “I wanted to be better than her when I was a senior. I ...


JUCO reveals upgrade plans for Suplizio

By Allen Gemaehlich

Suplizio Field started out as a quaint little baseball field, called Lincoln Park, with a few bleachers. It is now an award-winning field that could get some major upgrades in the future. At least that’s the next big goal of the Alpine ...


More reason to trust Mesa Land Trust

By The Daily Sentinel

We have long supported Mesa Land Trust and its efforts to preserve farmland and open space throughout Mesa County. There is even more reason to back the 29-year-old organization now that it has been accredited through the national Land Trust ...


Death Notices: April 09, 2009

By Staff

•  Jack D. Allen, 81, of Clifton, died April 7, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary Chapel. Services will follow at the mortuary.  Military honors will follow the ...


Rick Wagner Column April 09, 2009

By Rick Wagner

Normally it would not seem the United States Constitution and Lemuel Gulliver would have much in common, but this fictional character and our bedrock document of government have received similar treatment. Just as our traveler, Gulliver, was ...


Jail suspends immigration holds

By Staff

The Mesa County Jail is popping at the seams with so many local inmates that it can’t accept any more Immigration and Customs Enforcement holds. The ban on ICE holds is temporary until the jail population recedes, Mesa County Sheriff ...


Prosecutor drops felony charge in fatal crash

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Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped a felony charge against a Grand Junction man suspected of providing alcohol to an underage man involved in a drunken-driving accident that killed two people in February. Jason Carley, 24, now faces a single ...


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