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Scholarships, May 9, 2011

By Staff

Junction High students are finalists Grand Junction High School students are finalists in the third annual Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge. Twenty-four high school teams, one from each state in the competition, will go to the final ...

State Soccer Pairings, Sunday, May 8

By Staff

Class 3A Girls Playoffs First Round May 11 No. 32 Weld Central (5-9) at No. 1 Holy Family (12-2) No. 17 The Academy (10-2-2) at No. 16 Res. Christian (10-3) No. 25 CS Christian (9-5-1) at No. 25 Pagosa Springs (9-4-1) No. 24 Bayfield ...

Grand Junction, Fruita Monument, Palisade in state soccer playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team is playing host. The Tigers (11-3-1) received the No. 15 seed in the Class 5A soccer playoffs on Sunday. Grand Junction plays No. 18 Legacy (9-6) on Tuesday. Time and location haven’t ...


Week in Sports for May 8-14, 2011

By Dan Bennett

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


Week’s Best Photos for May 8-14, 2011

By Staff

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

Colo. skydiver dies after hard landing

By The AP

FORT MORGAN — The Morgan County Sheriff’s office says a 27-year-old skydiver died after making a hard landing during his second jump of the day. The sheriff’s office says Brady Kane was alive when he landed after a jump at ...

Body found inside demolished Atlanta home

By The AP

ATLANTA, Ga. — Atlanta police and fire officials say a woman’s body was found in the attic of a house that was being torn down. Authorities said they don’t yet know how the woman died, or if she was already dead when the ...

UPDATE: Colo. wildfire burning near Kenosha Pass

By The AP

JEFFERSON — The Park County sheriff’s office is ordering residents of a subdivision about 70 miles southwest of Denver to evacuate because of a wildfire that has burned about 100 acres. The fire is burning in the Pike National ...

Northern Utah braces for flooding

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Flood watches are being issued for multiple northern Utah counties as rain begins to fall on already swollen rivers. The National Weather Service says portions of six counties could see flooding today and Monday. The ...

ACP not relishing role as Colo. major party

By The AP

DENVER — The American Constitution Party vaulted to major party status in Colorado thanks to the gubernatorial candidacy of former Republican Rep. Tom Tancredo. But the party, which supports a U.S. Constitution rooted in Biblical law, ...

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