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Walters hoping for more from Mesa State women in new year

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The calendar has turned, and Roger Walters expects things to turn for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. “It’s time,” the Mavs’ coach said Thursday. “It’s the middle of January. We can ...


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Rivals hit the mat: Casey lifts GJ past Fruita Monument in Southwestern League dual

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Grand Junction had already built a comfortable lead, but it was Gage Casey’s rematch that got the Tigers on their feet. The Grand Junction High School junior ended up with a chance at revenge with Fruita Monument’s Dallas Bernal ...


UPDATE: Standoff ends on Dike Road

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A three-hour standoff at a home on the eastern edge of the Redlands has ended after three adults voluntarily exited the home, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. A woman left the home at 590 Dike Road around 6:40 p.m. and ...


Gov. John Hickenlooper already demonstrates he is no Bill Ritter

By Josh Penry

Like Richard Nixon in China in the 1970s, and Bill Clinton during the welfare-reform debate of the 1990s, John Hickenlooper has a historic opportunity to throw a political curveball and reform a state government that is badly ...


Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2011

By Staff

Writer’s logic would prohibit cell phones I had reservations about responding to Gail Collins’ Jan. 11 column regarding our Second Amendment rights to bear arms. This is, by all rights, a time for prayer by all and reflection by ...


Moment of civility may result from tragedy

By The Daily Sentinel

Christina Taylor Green, the 9-year-old girl killed in Saturday’s shooting in Tucson, drew special mention from President Barack Obama during Wednesday’s memorial service for the shooting victims. The girl was born on Sept. 11, ...


E-mail letters, January 13, 2011

By Staff

City officials appear concerned about corporations The closure of City Market’s Eastgate store means that the vast area from Second Street to 32 Road, the Colorado River to Horizon Drive, has exactly three grocery stores: ...


Coffman: Furlough federal staff, cut Congress’ pay

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado congressman Mike Coffman wants to furlough federal employees for two weeks and cut senators’ and U.S. representatives’ pay by 10 percent. Coffman, a Republican, said today his proposal would save about $5.5 ...


Broncos hire former Panthers coach John Fox

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — John Fox turned around a bumbling team before. The Denver Broncos are counting on him to do it again. Fox was picked over four other candidates to replace Josh McDaniels, who was fired Dec. 6 amid the Broncos’ worst ...


Hickenlooper asks for help transforming Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper is asking everyone in Colorado to help transform the state. During his first state of the state speech today, Hickenlooper said he considered every Coloradan a member of his administration. His call for ...


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