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Central Region Tournament Glance, Wednesday, May 18

By Staff

Central Region Tournament Thursday-Sunday at Joe Faber Field, St. Cloud, Minn. All Times Mountain Thursday’s Games Game 1 — No. 2 Mesa State (33-19) vs. No. 5 Winona State (35-16), 11 a.m. Game 2 — No. 3 Minnesota State ...

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Over the Top: Health care waivers

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob knows where you can go to get an Obamacare waiver.  ...

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Mesa Valley Vision graduation 2011

By Dean Humphrey

Home school and students with the Vision program hold graduation.  ...


By Julie Norman

Obama’s labor overseers attempt to make serfs of corporate citizens

By Rick Wagner

For those thinking the march to serfdom was taking just too darn long, this month brings great news: Progressive bureaucrats have begun to get on board with more policies from their economic godfathers, like the Roman Emperor Diocletian (245 ...

Not yet indebted to the ‘Gang of Six’

By The Daily Sentinel

A bipartisan group in the U.S. Senate working on a compromise plan for long-term debt reduction for this country suffered a major setback Tuesday when one of its most conservative members departed. The “Gang of Six” is now the ...

United (Way) we stand

By The Daily Sentinel

Even in the tough economic times of the past few years, United Way of Mesa County keeps chugging along, raising more than $1 million each year, and parceling the money out to nonprofits that are critical to a caring community. On Tuesday, ...

Printed letters, May 19, 2011

By Staff

Wagner may join those who ‘think themselves accurs’d’ Will Rick Wagner criticize every thing President Obama does? You could wonder whether King Henry V was criticized in England after the battle of Agincourt. Instead of ...

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Try a small salad to begin a meal

By The AP

For Eric Ripert, a salad can be an anything goes experience… So long as it’s small. “I don’t generally eat a salad as my only course,” Ripert, chef and owner of the famed three Michelin star Le Bernardin ...

Moffat schools say breast cancer bracelets OK

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Moffat County School District says it has not banned students from wearing “I Heart Boobies! Keep a Breast Alive!” bracelets, intended to promote awareness of breast cancer. The Denver Post reports ...

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