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Fans can’t wait to watch GJ Rockies

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It didn’t take long for the public to make season ticket requests. Only a few hours after the city of Grand Junction announced the approval of a lease agreement with the Grand Junction Rockies, Executive Director Tim Ray had more than ...


Fruita volleyball team finishes 2nd in SWL

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It could’ve been a trying season for the Fruita Monument High School volleyball team. After losing some key seniors last season, coach Bob Richardson had to lean on some young players. The Wildcats closed out the regular season with a ...


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Fruita softball team embraces team mentality to make it back to state tourney

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Jamie Dunn wasn’t sure what to expect from the Fruita Monument High School softball team this season. So many key players graduated from the team that was one base hit away from the Class 5A state championship game last season, the ...


Sports in Brief: Mavs pile up academic awards

By Staff

College Football Mavericks pile up academic awards Sixteen Colorado Mesa University football players were selected to the RMAC All-Academic team Tuesday. Senior wide receiver Tanner Whaley (3.48 GPA), junior offensive lineman Matt Mankoff ...


Prep Volleyball Results, Tuesday, Oct. 18

By Staff

Fruita Monument 3, Central 0 Tuesday at Central Fruita def. Central 25-14, 28-26, 25-14. Team highlights — Kills: FM— Teddi Larson 9, Eiley Durham 8; Cen— Robbi Termentozzi 6, Taylor Head 4. Blocks: FM— Cynthia Brown ...


Prep Soccer Results, Tuesday, Oct. 18

By Staff

Montrose 2, Fruita Monument 1 Tuesday at Canyon View Halftime score: 0-0. Goals (assists): FM— Peter Martinez (Wesley Padgett); Mon— Alec Rose (Vijay Singh), Zach Nadiak. Goalies, saves: Mon— Jorge Rajas 6; FM— ...


Balance in the Little Snake

By The Daily Sentinel

The rugged, isolated canyons of the Vermillion Basin in northwestern Colorado will remain off-limits to gas drilling under the latest Bureau of Land Management plan for the region. And that has angered oil and gas officials and their ...


Palisade should reject marijuana dispensary

By The Daily Sentinel

As a letter to the editor on this page indicates, voters in Palisade actually face two ballot measures related to medical marijuana this election cycle. The first, Referred Measure 2A, would allow the town of Palisade to levy a tax of $5 for ...


Printed letters, Oct. 19, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s Oct. 5 article about the environmental groups opposing energy development on the Roan Plateau was terribly one-sided, so one-sided that not once did the writer use the word that best describes why the Roan should be ...


Air Force environmental assessment is a ‘FONSI scheme’

By Bill Grant

The recently released Environmental Assessment of the Air Force’s plan to turn the Western Slope of Colorado into a Low Altitude Tactical Navigation training area for the controversial new C-22 Ospreys and their companion MC-130J ...


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