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Undefeated Rifle sets sights on rest of 3A field at state

By Patrick Bahr

Rifle High School girls basketball coach Stephanie Heald always knew what kind of team she had. The rest of Class 3A is finding out. The Bears (24-0) are the No. 2 seed in this weekend’s Great 8 of the 3A state tournament at Colorado ...


Prep Notebook: Fruita, GJ sweep top SWL honors

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s Drew Bridges has been a dominating player in the post the past two seasons. Tuesday, the Southwestern League coaches confirmed that, voting Bridges player of the year for the second straight season. Bridges’ ...


Power outage being investigated in Grand Junction

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Xcel Energy is currently investigating a widespread power outage in Grand Junction. Xcel spokesman Fred Eggleston said the power company is uncertain as of 9 p.m. Tuesday what caused the power outage or how large the outage area is. Outages ...


Karl signs extension with Nuggets

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Nuggets have signed coach George Karl to a three-year extension. Karl’s deal has been in the works for months but took a back seat to the season-long negotiations to trade All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony, who ...


Colo. lawmakers hold hearings on beer rules

By The AP

DENVER — Republican lawmakers are demanding to know why Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration changed rules on the sale of low-strength beer to make it easier for restaurants and liquor stores to sell those brands. Rep. Larry ...


E-mail letters, March 8, 2011

By Staff

Jacob Richards offers hope and change When Obama was making his run for presidency two words were used repeatedly — hope and change. However, I do not think he was using them only in regards to himself. He was not the man to come and ...


Democratic senators should kill Mesa State personnel bill

By Bill Grant

Public workers are fighting like hell in Wisconsin to save collective bargaining rights and job security that Mesa State College workers apparently want to give away. When the bill to permit Mesa State College classified employees to vote to ...


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Momentum builds for attack on debt

By The Daily Sentinel

Closing tax loopholes and raising federal revenues are on the table. So are entitlement cuts and elimination of poorly performing federal programs. The fact that Senators from both parties are talking about these issues may not be a sign that ...


Printed letters, March 9, 2011

By Staff

I have read twice in The Daily Sentinel where Fred Eggleston with Xcel Energy has suggested that the city of Grand Junction chose inferior street lights for Riverside Parkway over Xcel’s objection. That is not how the lights were ...


Lights out for this plan

By Staff

Saving money in government is not always easy, even without political disputes. Just ask the city of Grand Junction. As reported by The Daily Sentinel’s Amy Hamilton, city officials seeking to trim city spending came up with what sounds ...


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