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Mesa baseball game suspended

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Lightning, followed by heavy rain in Kearney, Neb., has caused the suspension of Mesa State College’s RMAC baseball tournament game against the University of Nebraska-Kearney. The teams are tied 1-1 in the bottom of the seventh ...


Mesa women’s tennis team advances

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Amber Armendarez gutted out a three-set victory at No. 5 singles today to clinch Mesa State’s 5-1 victory over Winona (Minn.) State in the first round of the NCAA Division II Central Region tournament in St. Cloud, Minn. Armendarez ...


Colorado lawmakers kill sheepherder labor bill

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Senate Agriculture Committee has killed a bill to set up a task force to resolve sheepherders’ complaints against employers. Ranchers and farmers told lawmakers they are already discussing options to help ...


Grand Valley under freeze warning

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It’s time to cover your vegetable and flower gardens again. Chilly spring weather isn’t done with the Grand Valley yet. A freeze warning is in effect from midnight tonight until 9 a.m. Friday for many lower elevations in western ...


E-mail letters, May 6, 2010

By Staff

Hislop is best choice for House District 55 Only 223 years ago, this great nation’s founding fathers, including Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, drafted the U.S. Constitution as a blueprint for a new nation. ...


Bill to pay kids to read gets initial OK in Senate

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal to pay low-income children for each book they read is causing some controversy at the Capitol. The bipartisan bill narrowly passed its first vote in the Senate today. It was inspired by a study done by a Harvard ...


Printed letters, May 7, 2010

By Staff

Yuma Native supports latest Arizona law I grew up in Yuma, Ariz., one mile from the border of Mexico. I need to express my complete support of the recent immigration law passed in Arizona. While growing up, my family had many (legal) Mexican ...


Seeking the truth often means understanding everyday lessons

By Henrietta Hay

My friend, the philosopher, is always trying to get me to look at the big picture and share more of what I have learned in my 96 years of life. “Surely,” she says, “you must have come across a few truths you could pass on to ...


Wondrous Grand Mesa

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who have contemplated the rugged, snowcapped peaks of Grand Teton National Park, the waterfalls and granite walls of Yosemite National Park, or the contrast between ocean and burning lava of Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, Grand Mesa in ...


Weeding out the ‘knuckleheads’

By The Daily Sentinel

Sen. Chris Romer’s colorful characterization of some people operating medical marijuana dispensaries as “knuckleheads” who view their shops as a first step toward complete legalization of pot is unfortunately accurate. We ...


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