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A fresh challenge: Mesa State lacrosse teams building from the ground up

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Most of the players on the fledgling Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team signed without meeting their head coach. They started fall conditioning without having met their head coach. “They thought I was a fake person, I ...


Palisade feels jaded by being left out of 4A postseason

By Staff

The Palisade boys basketball team missed out on the Class 4A postseason despite finishing third in the Western Slope League. The Bulldogs (11-12, 7-5 WSL) were victims of the 4A postseason dropping from 48 teams to 32 teams. “There ...


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Central not bringing Cain back as boys basketball coach

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Phil Cain walked off the court last Friday pleased with the progress of his young Central High School boys basketball team. The Central High School boys basketball coach, though, won’t be back next season. The school’s ...


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Up-tempo Tigers: Grand Junction uses speed, transition game to top Chatfield

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A few moments before tip-off, Grand Junction High School boys basketball coach Dutch Johnson told his team it didn’t want to get in a track meet with Chatfield. Turns out, the Tigers can run, too. Grand Junction broke up the ...


Junction boys roll to playoff victory

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Tyler Winder and the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team lit up Chatfield 84-57 in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs Wednesday night at Grand Junction High School. Winder hit six 3-pointers and scored 35 points to ...


Hogan added to national swim field

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Kelly Hogan was awarded the final spot in the 1,000-yard freestyle Wednesday in the NCAA Division II national swim championships next month in San Antonio, Texas. When the original list of invitations was released Tuesday night, Hogan, a ...


DA drops case against great-grandmother

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger on Wednesday declined to prosecute a 72-year-old woman who was arrested in January and accused of briefly abducting her great-grandson. Hautzinger pointed to a lack of criminal history, among ...


February 23 printed letters

By Staff

Anzelmo followed rules in rejecting bike race I read Denny Herzog’s Feb. 20 column in The Daily Sentinel regarding the Quiznos Pro Challenge bike race. I can sure appreciate his interest in promoting Colorado National Monument. However ...


Its not too late to change these fees

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Few things about the increased vehicle registration fees adopted by the state Legislature in 2009 angered Coloradans as much as the late fees, which could run as much as $100, on top of the new, higher registration costs. State Rep. Randy ...


Wisconsin fight points to a tipping point with public-sector unions

By Rick Wagner

There was a time when it took a fence rail and a washtub full of feathers to get politicians out of the state, but it seems our Midwest friends have devised an easier way: Try and get them to do their job when it involves voting against their ...


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