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RMAC Baseball Standings, Tuesday, March 22

By Staff

RMAC Standings Mountain Division RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Mesa State 9 3 .750 11 7 .611 CSU-Pueblo 7 5 .583 12 9 .571 Metro State 6 6 .500 9 7 .562 Colorado Mines 2 10 .167 4 17 .190 Plains ...

Prep Soccer Results, Tuesday, March 22

By Staff

Grand Junction 4, Montrose 1 Tuesday at Long Family Park Halftime score: GJ 2-0 Goals (assists): GJ — Ashley Wallace (Whitney Ravan), 1:00; Ravan (Wallace), 10:00; Wallace (Stephanie Drake), 48:00; Drake (Courtney Brady), 57:00. M ...

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Defense lifts ‘Dogs to win

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade High School soccer team knew it would have a changing of the guard this season between the goalposts. The Bulldogs had a hole to fill at goalkeeper after four-year starter Amelia Davis graduated, but Tuesday night at Walker ...

Sports in Brief: Young places first in Denver

By Staff

Gymnastics Young places first in Denver Colorado West Gymnast Grayson Young, a sophomore at Grand Junction High School, finished first in the bars and vault at the Level 8 State Championship meet at the University of Denver. Young had a ...

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Western Slope in little danger of huge quake, seismologist says

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The Western Slope runs no risk of being struck by the magnitude of earthquake that devastated Japan earlier this month, but it does receive its fair share of minor seismic activity every year and would be shook by a large temblor along a fault ...

Junction rolls to victory over Montrose

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The Grand Junction High School baseball team took advantage of seven walks to shut out Montrose 16-0 in each team’s Southwestern League opener at Suplizio Field. Stephen Baldwin limited the Indians to one hit and struck out six for the ...

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Sheriff: Carbondale cop takes own life

By Dennis Webb

A man who died of an apparent suicide near a Carbondale elementary school last night has been identified as a police officer for the town. Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario said Nino Santiago, Sr., died of a what appears to be a ...

Printed letters, March 23, 2011

By Staff

City voters must study all candidates I would encourage the voters in Grand Junction to check out people they are voting for in the upcoming City Council elections. Jacob Richards sounds like he would support a marijuana dispensary on most ...

Republican opposition mars celebration of health care reform

By Bill Grant

One year ago today, President Obama ended a “year of debate and a century of trying” by Democrats to pass federal health care legislation by signing the Affordable Health Care Act. It was, as Vice President Biden said, “a big ...

Revolt in Utah over open records

By The Daily Sentinel

Members of the Republican-dominated Utah state Legislature must have been patting themselves on the back earlier this month after they overwhelmingly passed a bill eviscerating Utah’s open records law, especially as it applies to the ...

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