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Gehring a selective, successful shooter for Mavs

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Being called a streak shooter isn’t really a compliment. Streaks start and stop. All too often, there’s a long dry spell between streaks. Colorado Mesa University’s Tara Gehring was a bit of a streak shooter last ...


Sports in Brief: Wright selected to Daktronics team

By Staff

College Football Wright selected to Daktronics team Colorado Mesa defensive end Connor Wright was selected to the Daktronics Super Region 3 team, announced Thursday. The senior from Wheat Ridge led the RMAC with 106 tackles (second in the ...


Tigers top Ponderosa

By Staff

Two players made their long awaited return and mixed in with several new faces. Jamie Derrieux and Kricket Adleman returned after season-ending injuries last year to lead Grand Junction to a 50-36 victory over Ponderosa on Thursday in the ...


Central’s Casey Gorsett one of many wrestlers excited to test new divisions

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Basketball is for the taller kids. The smaller kids can always wrestle. Casey Gorsett is one of those smaller kids, but he was so small his freshman year wrestling was pretty tough. “I weighed about 70 pounds, but that did nothing but ...


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You Saw It Photos –– December 2011

By Dan Bennett

Reader-submitted community photos for December 2011  ...


Printed letters, Dec. 2, 2011

By Staff

I was dismayed to read in the Nov. 29 story in The Daily Sentinel that more parents across the country are skipping school shots for their children. According to the Associated Press story, “More kids skip school shots in eight ...


Bender Court can assert its independence on redistricting

By Josh Penry

Colorado’s political left couldn’t have asked for a more reliable ally than Colorado’s famously activist Supreme Court during the reign of recently retired Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey. With consistency and an ...


Limits needed in well-permit process

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not difficult to comprehend why folks who live relatively close to the Rulison site where a nuclear test blast was detonated in 1969 want a greater voice in the proposed drilling of natural gas wells in that area. Despite the ...


More people turn off TV

By The Daily Sentinel

There was startling news this week: For the first time since Nielsen began keeping records in 1970, American television ownership is declining. It is expected to drop from 115 million homes with televisions this year to 114 million next ...


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Deer-hunting opportunities rebound

By Dave Buchanan

Kierra Hall chose the perfect time to go deer hunting. A resurgent deer population, boosted by more than a decade of limited hunting pressure and a progression of mild winters, meant many deer hunters this fall had an opportunity to harvest a ...


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