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OUTside Connection May 06, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

There’s really no mystery about how the state’s fish and game laws are created, but only a relative handful of hunters and anglers ever check out the process. One reason, of course, is the Colorado Wildlife Commission holds its ...


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OUT: East Portal May 06, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

EAST PORTAL, Gunnison River — Draped over Jason Booth’s hands, with plenty to spare on either end, was an example of why so many anglers risk the hair-raising ride down the rock-pocked ribbon of pavement into the East Portal ...


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Mavs intend to keep up speed in RMAC tourney

By Allen Gemaehlich

Scoring runs and producing offense has rarely, if ever, been a problem for the Mesa State College baseball team. In years past, the Mavericks were always able to score runs by hitting home runs. Over the past three years, though, the offense ...


Dick Maynard Column May 05, 2009

By Staff

“Warning — Please keep out of the reach of children,” (label on a butcher knife). The nanny state. Accelerating the dumbing down of the world around us. It started with a small, way-back-on-page-12-of-section-2, newspaper ...


Briefs: Local Sports May 06, 2009

By Staff

Prep Baseball • Five Bulldogs make All-Conference team Palisade had a strong showing the 2009 Western Slope All-Conference team, landing a total of five players. The first team selections were senior center fielder and pitcher ...


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Warriors hope losing in playoffs gives team future motivation

By Staff

There wasn’t much Doug Beach could tell his Central High School girls soccer team on Tuesday. “Hold your heads high, ladies,” he said to his charges in the post-game huddle after Central lost its Class 5A opening-round state ...


Dixie Burmeister Column May 06, 2009

By Dixie Burmeister

Combining Mother’s Day with the National Month for Hamburgers, BBQ/Grilling, Salsa and foods of Cinco de Mayo can be done with a Mom’s taste in mind. Since all the Cinco de Mayo grocery ads had mangoes and since the fruit is a ...


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Code enforcement list targets violators

By Staff

Mesa County Code Enforcement is making a list to determine whose junk most needs its attention. Under pressure from residents and the county commission, Mesa County Code Enforcement has struggled to prioritize its workload. Code Enforcement ...


Death penalty may live on

By The Daily Sentinel

A bipartisan group in the Colorado Senate has done what should have occurred much earlier this legislative session. They have separated funding for cold-case investigations from the possible demise of the state’s death penalty. The ...


Finally there’s water for Animas-La Plata

By The Daily Sentinel

It shouldn’t take more than 40 years to build a water project once Congress authorizes it, but that’s been the saga of the Animas-La Plata water project in southwestern Colorado. The good news is that water finally began flowing ...


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