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Business prof tests cheaper textbooks

By Staff

Frank Markham, a business professor from Mesa State College, is giving his students some relief from $100 college textbooks. “As a professor, I am concerned with the cost of college for students,” Markham said. “And for ...


Bids low for oil, gas leases on BLM land

By Dennis Webb

An oil and gas lease sale much reduced from its originally intended size netted per-acre bids Thursday well below those seen in recent Bureau of Land Management sales in Colorado. The sale became smaller yet when the BLM on Wednesday deferred ...


Sports: Prep Notes-Numbers February 12, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

After a 58-48 loss to Glenwood Springs that pushed the Palisade girls basketball team’s record to 0-10, it was hard to believe the Bulldogs could make the playoffs. With three games left, Palisade has a legitimate playoff shot. The ...


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Smart Jock: Stacy Kinnett February 12, 2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel’s Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Central High School’s Randy Powell selected Stacy Kinnett, who has a 3.28 grade-point average. The honor ...


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Class 2A wrestling regional is state’s best

By Patrick Bahr

Forget the state wrestling tournament. Making it through the Class 2A Region 1 tournament is challenging enough. This weekend at Palisade High School, 12 Western Slope teams will be trying to get their wrestlers through to next week’s ...


Sports: Seminar will teach girls etiquette

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Kids take music lessons and dance lessons growing up. Kris Mort took etiquette lessons. “I’ve always told my players that my parents made me to go an etiquette school in eighth or ninth grade,” the Mesa State College ...


Briefs: Local Sports February 12, 2009

By Staff

Auto Racing •  Whiteley wins title in Pomona, Calif. Jim Whiteley won the top alcohol dragster title Tuesday in Pomona, Calif., at the 49th annual Kragen O’Reilly NHRA Winternationals The Grand Junction man blew by Chris ...


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Wrestling at 3 top weights has helped Jamison

By Staff

Pick a weight in the upper three classes and Kyle Jamison has competed in it this season. He’s been the Central High School wrestling team’s jack of all trades. Jamison began the season weighing 203 pounds. Early in the season he ...


4A wrestling teams target ’Riders

By Staff

Talk to the coaches in this weekend’s Class 4A Region 3 wrestling tournament and you’ll get a unified response. Each of the 17 teams that will converge on Montrose High School for two days of competition has some wrestlers they ...


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Sentinel readers, community members help African village with computer lab

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Despite the economic hardship beginning to affect the Grand Valley, many residents found the generosity in their hearts to help an African village this week. On Monday the Haute Mamas blog on GJSentinel.com posted a plea from former Daily ...


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