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Quarterbacks, running backs learning Marsh’s new spread option offense

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“Rock and throw. Rock and throw.” “Throw it before you see his eyes.” “Honestly, the goal is zero drops. Zero bad balls and zero drops.” As the Mesa State College quarterbacks, fullbacks and H-backs were ...


E-mail letters, March 28, 2011

By Staff

Solar energy should proceed in way that protects resources Colorado has been chosen as one of several Western states where large-scale alternative energy development will soon begin. The BLM has identified four locations on public land ...


Burning rocks and rhetoric about ‘the fuel of the future’

By Jim Spehar

In Estonia, where it’s mined and then burned to produce nearly all of that eastern European nation’s power, it’s called “polevkivi”… burning rock. Closer to home, a century or more ago, oil shale was dubbed ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2011

By Staff

As a gun dealer licensed to sell firearms in Colorado and also the proud owner of a concealed-carry handgun permit, I have been following HB 1205, the concealed carry bill, with much interest. To be honest, I am not surprised that this bill ...


Retire this junkyard

By The Daily Sentinel

No one can accuse Mesa County officials of acting hastily in their effort to eliminate an illegal tire dump on 17 acres near De Beque. They began their quest to get the tires removed from Stan Eisenach’s property in 1996, and proceeded ...


No need for this juvenile change

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger is right about legislation at the state Capitol aimed at reducing the life sentences of 48 people convicted of murders they committed as juveniles. There is no reason these violent killers deserve ...


Cops ID infant found dead Saturday

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department today identified an infant who was found dead on Saturday as Alesana Mowery, 6 months. An investigation remains active and such probes are standard procedure in child deaths, the sheriff’s ...


Water proposal easily wins backing in Colo. House

By The AP

DENVER — A bill to enhance the power of the Colorado officials in ranchers’ water disputes with gas and oil companies has won initial backing in the House. The bill would raise the legal standard for southwest Colorado ranchers, ...


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Yoga West celebrates first anniversary

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Yoga West Collective is celebrating its first anniversary this week by offering free classes and special guest programs. Located at 1025 Main St., the collective operates under a unique business model owned by 12 area professionals and ...


Trails leadership training offered

By Staff

Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado will host a weekend of learning trails crew leadership skills April 16-17 at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. The workshop will emphasize preserving, maintaining, and building area trails and will include hands-on ...


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