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Baird has big day in 2nd round of RMO

By Staff

One week ago, Michael Baird was competing in a Nationwide Tour golf tournament, hoping to qualify for one of the mini-tour events. It was not to be. Baird missed the cut by two strokes. On Saturday, the first-round leader in the ...

READY FOR ROBB, Haggerty Hikes, Aug. 23, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on??? First, sports writer Patrick Bahr was caught writing political stories during last week’s health care forum at Central High, instead of sweating at Central High’s two-a day ...


Vogts dedicated to skiing since diaper days

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dave and Christi Vogt love water skiing so much, they would bring their children out on the boat before they could even walk. As soon as they were old enough to stand on skis and hold a rope, their three boys and one girl were ...


Mavs’ ‘D’ plays well in scrimmage

By Allen Gemaehlich

Nainoa Campbell and Tony Kelly began last season coming off the bench. By the end of the football season, they were starting. The Mesa State College juniors led the Mavericks defense Saturday night, intercepting three passes and sacking the ...

City protects its valuable resources while weathering financial storm

By Guest Columnist

Whether it is responding to a 911 call, chip sealing streets, providing summer recreation programs for school children or picking up trash, city of Grand Junction employees remain committed to providing excellent public service to our ...

A host of Sentinel troops contributed to top-rate presidential coverage

By Denny Herzog

That Daily Sentinel you picked up off your driveway last Sunday morning, in my view, may have been one of the best editions we’ve ever produced. It didn’t hurt that we had real news happen the day before. It’s not often that ...

Organic activists prepare to battle Boulder mutants

By {screen_name}

News item: The Boulder County Commission on Tuesday is to consider banning genetically modified sugar beets after the commission’s Food and Agricultural Policy Council recommended doing just that Activist groups are gearing up to lobby ...

Election news is a bit premature

By The Daily Sentinel

With more than 14 months to go until next year’s gubernatorial election, we suspect most readers aren’t yet in a frenzy, waiting to see what the latest poll numbers or political punditry indicate about the race. Still, those polls ...

The ‘Yes, but ...’ economy

By The Daily Sentinel

`The U.S. and world economies are on the verge of recovery, following the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. So spake Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke in a meeting in Jackson, Wyo., last week. We’re as eager as most ...

Revenue shortfall brings mosquito spraying to halt

By Staff

The North Fork Mosquito Abatement District in Delta County is halting operations early this year “due to lagging and uncertain property tax collections,” according to a district news release. The district is owed approximately ...

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