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Metro State edges Mesa men in soccer

By Staff

Metro State turned away a couple of second-half chances Sunday by the Mesa State men’s soccer team, and the No. 16 Roadrunners (5-1-1, 2-0 RMAC) held on for a 1-0 victory in Denver. Metro State keeper Issa Bissau saved a shot nearly 13 ...


Saddle bronc state finals make for ‘great atmosphere’ at fairgrounds

By Patrick Bahr

Saddle bronc is the oldest event in rodeo. The competition that pairs a bucking horse with a rider trying to hold on for eight seconds is also one of its most challenging events. Sunday at the 35th annual Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State ...

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Week’s Best Photos for Sept. 19-25, 2010

By Staff

Super scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

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Week in Sports for Sept. 19-25, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...

All good things must come to an end, except when they don’t

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This weekly column, which has been a somewhat regular feature, first on Thursday, then on Sunday, of The Daily Sentinel is no more. The reason? Well, it’s all about the Flying Wallendas. The Wallendas, headed by patriarch Karl ...

Big money defines the California governor’s race

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

MARIN COUNTY,  Calif. — California voters are poised to learn in the November election about the power of the dollar bill. Or, to be more exact, the power of more than 100 million dollar bills, since Republican gubernatorial ...

Not a player, but a tagalong

By Guest Columnist

By Marcia Neal The Colorado Board of Education should reverse its August decision to adopt Common Core standards. We should forge ahead on our own. We do have a national reputation and can continue collaborating with other leading states. We ...

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Gumball grading highlights pettiness of political discourse

By The Daily Sentinel

Let’s face it: Voters of all political ideologies and party affiliations get weary of the pettiness of politics — the childish attacks and snide comments that have nothing to do with issues and everything to do with personalities. ...

The cold facts on hot ballot measures

By Charles Ashby

An analysis of the nine measures on this fall’s ballot, and what they could cost state and local governments, will be coming to voters’ mailboxes in the next two weeks. Each year, the Legislative Council, the nonpartisan research ...

Your Town, Sept. 19, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

My side of the family is planning a group photo session this weekend. It has been quite the task to organize the various elements of the extended family — grandparents, moms, dads, sons, daughters, nieces and nephews — and to ...

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