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RMAC Basketball Standings, Monday, Feb. 7

By Staff

Men’s RMAC Standings RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Colorado Mines 14 3 .824 18 3 .857 Metro State 14 3 .824 17 4 .810 N.M. Highlands 12 5 .706 16 5 .762 Fort Lewis 11 5 .688 15 5 .750 Western N.M. 11 6 .647 11 13 .458 Adams ...


Girls Prep Basketball Standings, Monday, Feb. 7

By Staff

Southwestern League Conference Overall W L W L Montrose 6 1 15 5 Grand Junction 5 1 12 7 Fruita Monument 4 2 11 8 Montezuma-Cortez 3 4 5 8 Durango 2 5 8 10 Central 0 7 2 17 Friday’s Games Montrose at Central, 5:30 p.m. Fruita ...


Semi accident closes eastbound I-70 in Glenwood Canyon

By Paul Shockley

A seven-mile stretch of Interstate 70 is closed in Glenwood Canyon after a semi driver lost control and slammed through a guardrail, leaving it teetering over the edge roughly 100 feet above the ground. Colorado State Patrol Sgt. John Hahn ...


Lawmakers reject specialty tag for rivers

By The AP

DENVER — A special Colorado license plate saying “Protect Our Rivers” has been rejected by a Republican House committee because the tag would raise money for Trout Unlimited. Trout Unlimited is a conservation group that ...


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You Saw It Photos for February 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

Reader submitted photos for the You Saw It pages in February.  ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 7, 2011

By Staff

Palin’s Denver appearance was to help military families Regarding the cancellation of Sarah. Palin’s scheduled appearance this Mayin support of “Patriots and Warriors Gala” in Denver: So much for “Free ...


Battlement incorporation ‘expensive proposition’

By Dennis Webb

Running Battlement Mesa as a municipality would cost up to $2 million a year, an amount that wouldn’t fully be made up even with substantial new taxes on residents, a study has found. “It would be an expensive proposition,” ...


Printed letters, Feb. 8, 2011

By Staff

Some members of Congress have declared war on some of our nation’s bedrock environmental laws that will be crucial in addressing global climate change. Among the most worrisome bills are those aimed at stopping the Clean Air Act from ...


Viewing backside of Grand Junction with homeless-advocacy group

By Jim Spehar

Roger’s been “a traveler” for 21 of his 33 years. That’s longer than Comfrey, another of my companions, has been alive. Somewhere in between is Jacob Richards, who kick-started Housing First/No More Deaths nearly three ...


Legislators to exercise more school oversight

By The Daily Sentinel

When it comes to bills that place new state mandates on how local school districts do their jobs — and add extensive new reporting requirements, to boot — we’re not big fans. But, with a little bit of revision, House Bill ...


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