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Mesa trying to qualify for nationals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University is one round away from qualifying its entire women’s golf team for the NCAA Division II national tournament. The Mavericks overcame winds that gusted up to 40 mph Monday to retain the lead in the Super Region 3 ...


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Bagwell hired as head coach of Palisade girls

By Nick Walter

Danielle Bagwell on Monday was promoted to Palisade High School’s varsity girls basketball coach. The 28-year-old Mesa State College graduate and English teacher at Palisade began coaching with the Bulldogs in 2003, instructing the ...


Polk State first to qualify for JUCO

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Al Corbeil couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Conor Szczerba scored from second base on a two-out base hit in the bottom of the ninth inning Friday to seemingly lift Polk State (Fla.) College to a 1-0 win over Palm Beach Community ...


Getting It Right, May 8, 2012

By Staff

Tickets for the Sunset Stroll Hosted Walks set for Friday at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens cost $8 for a single, $15 for a couple and $18 for a family. An incorrect family ticket price was included in a story Saturday in the Home ...


Death Notices, May 8, 2012

By Staff

■ Patricia Ann Hesselgren, 68, Craig, died May 7, 2012, at Hospice Care Center in Grand Junction. Private family services will be in June in Craig. Survivors include her husband, Bill; one daughter, Kristine Cooper of Hamilton; her ...


Blotter, May 8, 2012

By Staff

Taser used on suspect Dannie Gavert Fugita, 21, of Rifle, was arrested and booked into the Mesa County Jail on Sunday on suspicion of first-degree burglary, third-degree assault and obstruction of a peace officer, according to the Grand ...


Chipeta Men’s League May 7, 2012

By Julie Norman

Chipeta Men's League - May 7, 2012 2 Man Scramble - Front 9 1st Gross Matt J., Braeden B. 27 2nd Gross Dustin C., Rusty F. 28 1st ...


Make legistors take stand on civil unions

By The Daily Sentinel

The bill to allow civil unions among gay couples in Colorado faces its final obstacle in the state House of Representatives this week. Or it will if Speaker Frank McNulty and other House Republican leaders allow the full House to debate and ...


One size fits all for gas drilling, until it doesn’t

By Jim Spehar

The whiplash must be painful.  When Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced last Friday a proposal to require public disclosure of the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells drilled on public lands, the industry ...


Printed letters, May 8, 2012

By Staff

Upon reading the column written by Greg Trainor recently in The Daily Sentinel, I did not know whether to guffaw or cry. He talked about issues with water and how the city has is addressing them. He did not, however, address the elephant in ...


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