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spec Oly bocce spts 7-18-9

Special Olympics introduces players to bocce ball

By Staff

By PATRICK BAHR Anita Enyart has tried just about every sport the Special Olympics have to offer. She has done everything from bowling in the fall to track and field in the spring. But to Enyart, there is one sport that really gets her ...


Swim shock Kidd 7-18-9

Dolphins swimmer cuts time in 200 free

By Staff

By KENT MINCER Gains of a couple of seconds on a swimmer’s time at this point in the season are not unexpected. After all, club teams are usually catering their workouts so that swimmers peak at this time of year. Taylor Kidd ...


MMA Fighter Swanson 7-10-9

Swanson’s knack for winning scrapes leads to MMA success

By Staff

By KENT MINCER Like many young men with adrenaline and a bit of bravado, Brenton Swanson believed he could hold his own during an altercation. “I just always thought I had a knack for fighting,” the 25-year-old Swanson said of ...


Drag race shifter2 7-18-9

Amos captures Rocky Mountain Stick Shifters club bracketed race

By Allen Gemaehlich

Teresa Amos made a little deal with her husband. He could get a 2001 Chevrolet Camero only if she could race it. Saturday night, Amos, from Golden, won her first race in the Camero at the Western Colorado Dragway. She won the Rocky Mountain ...


Outside column July 19, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

A midsummer’s heat rash — of outdoors news: • HUNTING LICENSES: Leftover big game licenses go on sale Aug. 11 at Division of Wildlife offices and license agents statewide and by phone at 800-244-5613. The list of available ...


Haggerty’s Hikes column July 19, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

Crag Crest Trail is the most used trail in Grand Mesa National Forest. The west trailhead near Island Lake, however, is a great jumping off point to the Cottonwood Lake Trail, a somewhat shorter and much less traveled trail. The Crag Crest ...


Harmon Column July 19, 2009

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BOISE, Idaho — Quicksilver is having a strange effect on the West. Butch Otter, for instance, doesn’t like quicksilver. More to the point, the governor of Idaho was unimpressed, to say the least, with the U.S. Energy ...


Personhood revisited

By The Daily Sentinel

Voters may have rejected a personhood constitutional amendment by a margin of nearly three to one last November, but that hasn’t stopped an anti-abortion group from pushing to get a very similar plan on the ballot for 2010. The measure ...


City is tone deaf on citizen services

By The Daily Sentinel

At least Grand Junction city officials didn’t threaten to euthanize cute little animals to contend with the city’s budget crunch, but they employed the same basic tactic. City officials told the City Council last week the city may ...


Briefs: Fire closes 2 highways in Delta

By Staff

By SENTINEL STAFF A building in Delta housing the Salvation Army thrift store and Nichols House of Carpet caught fire around 11 p.m. Saturday, leading to the closing of two major highways. U.S. Highway 50 and Colorado Highway 92 were shut ...


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