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Juby, Pipher overcome odds to make nationals

By Allen Gemaehlich

The 2009-2010 college wrestling season has been a bumpy, wild ride for Mesa State College freshman Tyler Juby and Western State junior Charlie Pipher, but they made it. Juby and Pipher qualified for the NCAA Division II national championships ...


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Higher expectations: Reed, Paonia focused on title in fourth straight trip to state

By Scott Schlaufman

Johanna Reed will never forget her first playoff experience. As a freshman for Paonia High School in 2007, it was up to her to get her team to the next round. “Freshman year we weren’t expected to even make it past regionals, so ...


RMAC softball standings, March 9, 2010

By Staff

RMAC Softball Standings West Division RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Adams State 3 1 .750 3 1 .750 CSU-Pueblo 3 1 .750 7 3 .700 N.M. Highlands 3 1 .750 7 6 .538 Fort Lewis 3 3 .500 4 7 .364 Mesa State 1 5 .167 3 5 .375 Western ...


High school baseball result, March 9, 2010

By Staff

Pueblo East 7, Central 6 Tuesday at Pueblo East Central 003 030 0 — 6 7 1 Pueblo East 300 040 X — 7 7 2 Alex Kitzman, Dane Barsland (5) and Tanner Denton; Gonzales, Bernal (6) and Toler. WP — Gonzales. LP — ...


Sports in Brief: Muhr wins on beam in Denver

By Staff

KidzPlex gymnasts had top-10 places last weekend at the Rocky Invitational in Denver. Cammi Muhr won the balance beam (9.375), took third on floor and was third all-around (36.125) in Level 10 competition, and Tessa Kester was second ...


E-mail letters, March 9, 2010

By Staff

State helmet law can help protect kids The on-line editorial, “Over the Top,” by Bob Silbernagel ignores the propensity of teenagers to sometimes disregard parental guidelines. My 17-year-old daughter was required to wear her ...


Penry clings to past as renewable energy program advances

By Bill Grant

Leading his entire Republican caucus to vote against Governor Bill Ritter’s proposed renewable energy standard expansion, Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry seems at war with himself. In one persona he is a forward-looking conservative ...


A sage decision

By The Daily Sentinel

Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar stepped into a thicket of sage grouse controversy last year. So, when he issued a decision last week, it was inevitable that he would take fire from one side or the other in the dispute. Sure enough, an ...


Printed letter, March 10, 2010

By Staff

Immigration reform can benefit all of us Letter writer Dana Isham expresses a widely held fear that reform of our immigration law will cause difficulty for the American worker and for our economy. His fear has been heard throughout the history ...


Rocky road ahead

By The Daily Sentinel

Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon was considered an engineering marvel when it was designed in the 1970s and constructed in the ‘80s and ‘90s. At the time, it was also the most expensive section of interstate highway not in a ...


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