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Mountain Bike Festival a big hit at Colorado Mesa

By Scott Schlaufman

A home race is a rarity for the Colorado Mesa University cycling team, so this weekend provided a nice change of pace. Rather than heading out to unfamiliar territory, the team hosted the CMU Mountain Bike Festival, which finished Sunday at ...

Inclement weather extends prep softball season

By Staff

Prep Softball Inclement weather extends season Because of inclement weather throughout the state late last week, the high school softball season has been extended through Monday to allow teams to make up games that were postponed. The Class ...


Week’s Photos for Oct. 09-15, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Week in Sports for Oct. 09-15, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Hot sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...

Softball pairings delayed

By {screen_name}

Inclement weather across the state has prompted the Colorado High School Activities Association to extend the softball season through Monday to allow teams to make up games that have implications on which teams reach the playoffs. The ...

Printed letters, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

I have followed closely and with great anticipation the licensing of the Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill in Montrose County. However, I’ve been quite disappointed by the recent decision by the Telluride Town Council to litigate the ...

Naming nonsense

By The Daily Sentinel

If Western State College changes its name, perhaps it should adopt a new motto, as well: “It’s fine for me, but not for thee.” Now that Colorado Mesa University — formerly Mesa State College — has changed its ...

An unbalanced idea

By The Daily Sentinel

With federal debt now in the neighborhood of $15 trillion, and projected to get worse, it’s understandable that fiscal conservatives are seeking ways to eliminate the debt and prevent further debt from accumulating. But we think the ...

Conservative reasons to support District 51’s TABOR Amendment override

By Guest Columnist

By Charles and Patricia MacArthur We are conservatives, perhaps bordering on tea partiers. We are of the older generation, but we are neither evil, racist nor hate mongers. We are ordinary American citizens who happen to believe differently ...

Guitars, Cadillac salaries and waste in federal government

By Denny Herzog

Earlier this year, game wardens, armed in black like the SWAT team members they were, burst into the plant of the venerated Gibson Guitar Co. in Tennessee. What did they expect? Heavy resistance from guitar neck-wielding moms trying to make ...

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