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Mesa track team fills out roster

By Allen Gemaehlich

For the first time in the program’s history, Mesa State College will be able to field a full women’s track & field team. Mesa State coach Katrice Thomas added 14 recruits to the roster, running the total to more than 30 ...


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Mav goalie set for final season

By Allen Gemaehlich

Josh Tinaglia realizes this is it. It’s his last opportunity to play college soccer before a possible career in law enforcement. “You want to work hard and make sure you don’t regret it,” Tinaglia said. The Mesa ...


Death notices: Aug. 26, 2009

By Staff

• Florence Alice Anderson, 86, Grand Junction, died Aug. 23, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be held at a later date in Massachusetts. Mrs. Anderson was a bookkeeper. Survivors include her husband, Theodore of ...


John Salazar needs to clarify his position on public option

By Bill Grant

As conservative New York Times columnist Ross Douthat wrote this week, failure by congressional Democrats to pass a health care bill “won’t prove that President Obama is a sellout or incompetent… (but) it will prove that ...


Elections are the cost of democracy

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County Commissioners are apparently wondering whether an election is worth the cost. The answer should be a resounding, “Yes.” The 2009 off-year election was never expected to be a big political contest. There were to be ...


Bernanke to remain

By The Daily Sentinel

Members of the U.S. Senate are likely to present Ben Bernanke with some tough questions during confirmation hearings, now that President Barack Obama has nominated him to serve a second term as Federal Reserve Board chairman. But the Senate ...


County OKs oil-services firm’s permit

By Staff

Despite protest from the mayor of De Beque, Old West Oil Field Services is now a staple of his community. On Tuesday the Mesa County Commission listened to Mayor Dale Rickstrew’s reasoning, but in the end it approved a conditional-use ...


School board candidate steps forward

By Emily Shockley

Palisade attorney Rose Femia Pugliese on Monday became the first candidate for District E in this year’s District 51 School Board race. As of today, there is one candidate for each of the three seats available in this November’s ...


Blotter: Aug. 26, 2009

By Staff

DOW looking for poacher • The Colorado Division of Wildlife is seeking information to help apprehend a poacher who illegally shot and killed a buck deer in the Uncompahgre National Forest.  The poaching occurred during the week ...


BLM gets new office near Silt next month

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management will bid goodbye to its Glenwood Springs Field Office and to that office’s name when it moves to a new location near Silt at the start of September. The agency will be closed to the public Sept. 1-8 to ...


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