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Mavericks catch eye of national pollsters

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It’s been a few years since the Mesa State College women’s basketball team turned heads in the RMAC, let alone around the nation. The Mavericks’ past three games apparently got the attention of some of the 30 women’s ...

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Working in transition: Warriors use fast-break baskets in second quarter to top Bulldogs

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team could feel the momentum swinging and ran with it. Fueled by transition baskets, the Warriors went on a 17-4 run in the second quarter Tuesday night to defeat Palisade 53-49 at Central High ...

Death Notices, Jan. 5, 2011

By Staff

Eric B. Alexander, 44, Olathe, died Dec. 17, 2010, at a friend’s home in Olathe. Services will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday at Olathe Methodist Church. Survivors include his mother, Corky Jilek. Corel Bond, 76, Grand Junction, died ...


Bear killing spurs review of regulations

By Dave Buchanan

An outpouring of sentiment over the legal but controversial killing of a bear inside its den by a licensed hunter has driven the Colorado Wildlife Commission to consider possibly regulating such acts. The Wildlife Commission at its meeting ...

E-mail letters, Jan. 4, 2011

By Staff

Leave successful Pinon Grill alone Last February, my friends gave a bridge party and luncheon for me at the Pinon Grill. The 32 women who attended all thought Steve Hoefer did a great job putting it together and the food was delicious. In ...

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Brown leaves big shoes to fill

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper chose wisely in nominating Club 20 Executive Director Reeves Brown to head the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Brown has a solid record of accomplishment, not just during his decade at the helm of the ...

Printed letters, Jan. 5, 2011

By Staff

John Salazar’s column shows spending problem John Salazar’s swan-song column, published in The Daily Sentinel Dec. 31, told me more about why the country is bankrupt than anything else I’ve read. In two short columns he ...

Secretary of Interior Salazar deserves credit for restoring wilderness protections

By Bill Grant

Thanks to Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, the New Year looks brighter for wilderness protection on public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management. With the stroke of a pen on December 23, Salazar ended a dark period in the ...

Inspector Issa

By The Daily Sentinel

When the 112th Congress is sworn in today, California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa expects to hit the ground running as new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. He’s already got a half-dozen investigations ...

Hickenlooper to lead national education group

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper will take over an influential national education group after he’s inaugurated next week. The Democrat is taking charge of the Education Commission of the States. He’ll replace ...

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