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Colorado Mesa Volleyball Results, Sunday, Sept. 25

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 3, Fort Lewis 1 Sunday at Brownson Arena Colorado Mesa def. Fort Lewis 25-20, 20-25, 25-19, 25-23 Kills: FLC 34 (Stephan 8), CMU 53 (Regimbal 15, McCormick 11). Solo blocks: FLC 2 (Stephan, Wells), CMU 2 (McCormick, Regimbal). ...


Mavericks solve scoring problems in soccer win

By Scott Schlaufman

Through the first eight games of the season, the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team could not finish shots in the final 18 yards. In Sunday’s 5-1 win over Adams State, though, the Mavericks (1-7-1, 1-4-0 RMAC) solved that ...

Trooper reportedly shot at during traffic stop

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A Colorado State Patrol trooper was reportedly shot at early this morning as he attempted to pull over a dark gray sport-utility vehicle for speeding on Orchard Mesa, authorities said. Someone opened fire on the trooper after he turned on his ...

Montrose powow

By William Woody

Representatives from dozens of different Native American tribes dance during the grand entry of the second annual Montrose Indian Nations Powwow at Friendship Hall in Montrose Saturday, Sept. 24.The three-day celebration began Friday and ...

Adobe Creek Mixed League September 25, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - September 25, 2011 4 Person Scramble - Monument Course 1st Chuck T., Linda T., Steve S., Robin S.   2nd Dennis T., Penny T., Rick ...

Printed letters, Sept. 25, 2011

By Staff

Since the August field hearing in Grand Junction to discuss the “roadblocks to development of oil shale,” hosted by Reps. Scott Tipton and Doug Lamborn, there has been much attention given to both the perceived good and bad ...

Well-deserved honors

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that Western Slope Honor Flight has completed what will apparently be its last mission, both the organization and those it served deserve our recognition and gratitude. In the past two years, Western Slope Honor Flight has raised more ...

Shining new light on Einstein’s law

By The Daily Sentinel

The news from European scientists last week that they detected tiny, subatomic particles moving faster than the speed of light points is either: A. The first miniscule but monumental step toward rethinking the laws of physics, which could ...

Sustainable energy development key to healthy Western economy

By Guest Columnist

By Bob Meulengracht and John Smeltzer The chorus has started again on how making it easier and quicker to approve energy development will spur the Western economy. Tapping the West’s vast mineral resources would generate many jobs and ...

Attacks on fracking mark latest attempt to slow gas production

By Guest Columnist

By Greg Walcher An ancient writer once said “where fear is present, wisdom cannot be.” That could well be said of the current hysteria about hydraulic fracturing, a proven technology to produce clean-burning natural gas and ...

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