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Researcher sees drilling moving into other states

By Emily Shockley

Out-of-state basins filled with greater portions of natural gas and long permit periods could endanger Colorado drilling, energy trend researcher Porter Bennett said in his keynote address Thursday at the Mesa State College Energy Management ...


Duffy propels Central past Grand Junction

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mikayla Duffy had her usual dominating performance in the pitcher’s circle and a perfect day at the plate. About the only thing she didn’t do Thursday night hit for the cycle, but she had only three plate appearances. The Central ...


Calabash Festival offers gourds and more

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Question: Is a gourd a fruit or a vegetable? Can you eat it? Would you want to? And how many useful items can you make from its hollowed shell? The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens is celebrating the harvest season this weekend with a ...


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Hockey player learns the other side of the game ... as 12-year-old referee

By Staff

After three years playing in the Grand Valley Youth Hockey Association, Cooper Baldwin thought he knew a lot about the game. It wasn’t until he saw it from a different angle that he realized how much he still had to learn. The ...


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Cowboys stampede to GJ

By Bob Silbernagel

When the first bronc comes out of the chute Friday at the Mesa County Fairgrounds, it will highlight more than a half century of rodeos put on by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Posse in this community. It will also signal the beginning of ...


County OKs funds for new Clifton Nature Park

By Staff

The average price for a mile of riverfront trail is $420,000, and that is not including construction cost, said Greg Linza, parks and grounds manager for Mesa County. At that price, one might say, Mesa County is getting a discount on a ...


Cyclists set for events in Moab, Palisade

By Allen Gemaehlich

Thousands of cyclists are expected to join cycling icon Bob Roll this weekend for the Moab Century Tour. Roll is a retired professional bicyclist and a current color commentator on VERSUS, a cable television station. The event begins with a ...


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YSI: Eye catchers Sept 17, 2009

By Staff

Anyone can send photos to The Daily Sentinel’s new You Saw It page. Submissions could be vacation photos, baby photos, hiking and biking photos, party and fundraising event photos. We want them all. Our only requirement is that there ...


Briefs: Sideline Chatter Sept. 17, 2009

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There’s a moment of calm before the chaos. Between the break of the huddle and the snap of the football, players are waiting for the quarterback to call out the cue that unleashes offensive linemen and allows linebackers to start ...


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Briefs: Mesa State roundup Sept. 17, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

MAVS WATCH Men’s Soccer The Mavericks were able to score two goals against the 23rd-ranked team in the nation last week. Now Mesa State will try to bring the offense back when it begins RMAC play despite missing several players with ...


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