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Mesa golf gets NCAA bid

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The Mesa State College women’s golf team received a bid into the NCAA Division II Championships. The RMAC regular season champion, led by RMAC player of the year Kristina Casillas, was one of three RMAC teams to be selected to compete ...


Residents still feeling pinch of recession

By The Daily Sentinel

The grip of the recession seems to be strengthening in many respects as more Grand Valley residents are finding as they line up for food at the Salvation Army. More people also are applying for food stamps, and the number of people needing ...


All candidates must face media scrutiny

By The Daily Sentinel

David Cox, one of three Republicans running for the open House District 54 seat, says his run-ins with the law involving alcohol are no big deal. Perhaps they are. Perhaps they are not. We’re happy to leave an immediate decision in that ...


Spring cleaning provokes random thoughts, odds and ends

By Denny Herzog

Occasionally desks and hard drives become so cluttered that sanity demands they be cleaned up. That describes the state of my work space at the moment. My desk is filled with various notes to myself, newspaper clippings and magazine articles. ...


Printed letters, April 27, 2010

By Staff

Sentinel focusing on alcohol use The Daily Sentinel wants to make my alcohol use the main morality issue of 2010? This has nothing to do with an intelligent debate of the issues that the state of Colorado faces. I have made mistakes in my ...


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Buffs’ Geer undrafted, signs contract with Broncos

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Riar Geer didn’t get drafted, but he got his wish. The former Fruita Monument High School standout signed a free agent contract Saturday evening with the Denver Broncos, Geer told The Daily Sentinel. “Everything worked out ...


Salazar talks public lands during visit to Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is touring Utah and looking for ways to resolve some long-standing conflicts over public lands that make up more than half of the state. Salazar had breakfast at Gov. Gary ...


Colo. lawmakers want disclosure of donations

By The AP

DENVER — Hoping to avoid a bidding war for votes in November, Colorado lawmakers introduced a measure today that would require businesses and unions to disclose major campaign donations. Lawmakers acted because the U.S. Supreme Court ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results April 26

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - April 26, 2010 Field Shots-9 Hole Winners 1st & 2nd Flight 1st Monta Ohrman 1st & 2nd Flight 2nd Marlene ...


Joint chiefs chairman: F-16 units’ fate undecided

By The AP

BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE — The nation’s top military official says Air Force units that fly aging F-16 fighter jets on homeland security missions may not learn their future for two years. Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint ...


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