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Week in Sports for June 5-11, 2011

By Dan Bennett

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


Sports Briefs, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Volleyball Wells-Midgley win Grass gold title The team of Ashley Wells and Michelle Midgley won the Gold Division of the Western Colorado Junior Grass Championship on Saturday at Holy Family School. Wells, who played at Central, and ...


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Extra-special win: Schreiner wins CWA on third playoff hole

By Patrick Bahr

It turns out that 54 holes weren’t enough Sunday for Brandon Bingaman and Devin Schreiner. Bingaman and Schreiner both finished the 50th annual Home Loan Colorado West Amateur at Boockliff Country Club with a three-day total of ...


Colorado West Amateur results, June 5, 2011

By Staff

2011 Colorado West Amateur June 5 at Bookcliff Country Club Championship Flight Devin Schreiner 65-67-71—203* Brandon Bingaman 69-70-65—203 Keith Humerickhouse 69-70-71—210 Gary Carpendale 69-73-71—213 Connor ...


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Snowmass fossil site continues to be ‘treasure trove’

By Dennis Webb

Day by day, an Ice Age fossil site discovered last fall near Snowmass Village is continuing to grow in stature and scientific importance as excavators retrieve bones by the boxes full. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science resumed digging ...


You Said It, June 5, 2011

By Staff

I’m shocked at the stupidity of the mental midgets rafting the Dolores River with their 2-year-old. They should be charged with felony child abuse. Hopefully, Mesa County will bill them for the rescue. Bobby’s Birthday Bash is ...


Colorado roadless proposal is better, but it still needs significant work

By Guest Columnist

By Nick Payne and Aaron Kindle Colorado sportsmen responded with mixed emotions to the release this spring of a new draft rule for national forest roadless areas in Colorado. When compared to the 2001 national roadless rule, the proposal ...


Fox News is anything but fair and balanced

By Denny Herzog

A few years ago, back when the tea party thought it was relevant, Fox News came under fire for drumming up support for tea party rallies. At any reputable news organization, and particularly those that are so despised by the television and ...


Buying locally does have an economic impact

By Guest Columnist

By Nathan Wallace Do you feel like you can make a difference? Many times we all just shrug and say, “Not really.” But that is not true when you buy locally. We have just passed the one-year anniversary of our Blue Band Wagon ...


Idea of community extends to economy

By The Daily Sentinel

The economic news last week was dismal, to put it mildly. Various reports showed that growth in the nation’s manufacturing sector — which had been leading the economic recovery — is now slowing, while housing construction ...


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