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Full circle: Derrieux happy to be back with Tigers after missing bulk of season

By Patrick Bahr

Jamie Derrieux’s season started out how she hoped, and it’s headed for a good ending, just as she expected. It was the middle 17 games she didn’t see coming. The Grand Junction High School junior guard missed the majority ...


022811 Jeff Hart

Playing with Hart: Mesa State sophomore Jeff Hart evolving as scorer heading into playoffs

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Jeff Hart’s role all season has been one of a defensive stopper on the perimeter. In the past month, though, Hart has become a scorer. It’s not a new role, it’s more of an evolution of his role for the Mesa State College ...


Sports in Brief: Bosman wins race in Leadville

By Staff

College Nordic Skiing Bosman wins race in Leadville Mesa State College skier Brooke Bosman had a big weekend for the Mavericks’ Nordic ski team in a two-day event hosted by the United States Air Force Academy in Leadville. Bosman won ...


RMAC Basketball Standings, Monday, Feb. 28

By Staff

Men’s RMAC Standings RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. x-Colorado Mines 18 4 .818 22 4 .846 Metro State 17 5 .773 20 6 .769 Fort Lewis 15 7 .682 19 7 .731 Adams State 15 7 .682 19 7 .731 N.M. Highlands 15 7 .682 19 7 .731 Mesa ...


Fort Collins Invitational Gymnastics Results, Monday, Feb. 28

By Staff

Fort Collins Invitational KidzPlex results Level 7 Seniors Gabrielle Donalson: 1. All-around, 1. Balance beam, 3. Floor exercise, 4. Uneven bars, 5. Vault Amanda Summers: 2. All-around, 3. Uneven bars, 3. Balance beam, 5. Vault Briana ...


Boulder wine wins at K.C. invitational

By Staff

A Colorado wine again came away with top honors at the Jefferson Cup Invitational wine competition. Doug Frost, founder of The Jefferson Cup Invitational in Kansas City, Mo.,  recently announced the 2009 Petite Sirah from Bookcliff ...


Looking for Shane while debating our great outdoors

By Jim Spehar

February was a busy month if you’re interested in western Colorado’s great outdoors and all it has to offer in both its natural and altered states. Interior Sec. Ken Salazar’s revived procedures regarding BLM designation of ...


Printed letters, Mar. 1, 2011

By Staff

Xcel’s cut in solar rebate hurts economy, energy As a small business owner, employer and proud resident of the state of Colorado, I used to also be able to say I worked in the No. 2 state for solar jobs per capita in the United States. ...


Celebrating 50 years of Peace Corps

By The Daily Sentinel

Fifty years ago today, President John F. Kennedy signed the executive order that established the Peace Corps, an idea that not only survived its founder but the nine presidents who succeeded him. The idea of the Peace Corps took almost ...


Natural gas may set us free

By The Daily Sentinel

Anyone who has driven up to a filling station in the last week has met with a harsh reality at the pump. Gasoline prices are gushing upward at a rate not seen in years, leaping the $3-a-gallon barrier and rising quickly. Suffice to say that ...


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