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Slam the brakes on ‘slowpoke’ bill

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado House is expected to consider a bill today that would authorize tickets and fines be issued to motorists driving less than the speed limit who are holding up five or more vehicles. It would require such slowpokes to pull over and ...


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Sports: Smart Jock Lyndi Hoffman January 22, 2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Grand Junction’s Greg King selected Lyndi Hoffman, who has a 4.044 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among ...


Sports: Prep notes-numbers January 22, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

Clay Kame of Central High School, Everett Robinson of Grand Junction and Coal Ridge’s Eric Schmitz have been causing havoc on the basketball court for the past two seasons. Ronald McDonald noticed. The three local players have been ...


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Mesa men need to play together to snap funk

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For years, the back of the T-shirts worn by the Mesa State College men’s basketball team has read: Together Everyone Achieves More. Last weekend, coach Jim Heaps said with a half-hearted laugh, was definitely a team effort. Just not ...


Mesa State trustees warned to brace for deep, painful cuts

By Staff

DENVER — The message Wednesday to the Mesa State College Board of Trustees was clear and gloomy: Budget cuts are coming, and they will be painful. Gov. Bill Ritter recommended last Friday that Mesa State’s funding be cut by ...


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Valley’s 103-pounders more than hold their own on the mat

By Staff

Each wrestling season presents its own strengths and weaknesses. It changes from season to season, but there always seems to be a dominant weight class for local teams. That weight class for District 51 teams this year could very well be the ...


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Byrd ready to box in front of home crowd

By Staff

Ricky Byrd took up boxing six years ago. Through six fights, he has yet to box in front of a home crowd. That all changes Saturday, when Byrd (2-4) enters the ring at Two Rivers Convention Center. Byrd’s is one of three professional ...


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Western shows Mesa how to get opponent on the mat in rout

By Allen Gemaehlich

Charlie Pipher and the Western State College wrestling team got the better of his dad and Mesa State again. Sixth-ranked Western State defeated Mesa State 32-3 in an RMAC dual Wednesday night at Brownson Arena. The Mountaineers (5-3, 2-0 ...


Mavericks hope youngsters can stop slide

By Allen Gemaehlich

Let youth be served. Mesa State College women’s basketball coach Timi Brown plans to give the younger players more playing time for the rest of the season beginning tonight against CSU-Pueblo. Tipoff is 6 p.m. at Brownson ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase January 22, 2009

By Staff

• Maria Isquierdo was appointed to the Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado’s board of directors. Isquierdo is the vice president of human resources at St. Mary’s Hospital. Chris Thomas, president and CEO of ...


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