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College leader unhappy with possible funding loss of $10 million

By Emily Shockley

A provision tucked into one paragraph of a 52-page higher-education-flexibility bill on its way to the governor’s desk could cost Mesa State College $10 million, according to Mesa State President Tim Foster. If signed into law, Senate ...


Mesa State now offers degrees in three years

By Emily Shockley

Students hoping to whip through Mesa State College in three years will have a program designed to help them accomplish that task beginning this fall. The Mav3 Graduation Plan puts a student on a specialized schedule of course work that ...


Mavericks fall in 11 innings

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Matt Kuchenbecker hit a sacrifice fly to center field in the bottom of the 11th inning tonight and Danny Miller beat the throw to the plate to give Minnesota State Mankato an 8-7 victory over Mesa State. The loss drops the Mavericks (37-19) ...


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Go online to check Community Hospital’s prices

By Amy Hamilton

Want to know how much your hospital bill will be before you go? Community Hospital, the first hospital in the state and only one of a handful of health care agencies nationwide, posts prices for its range of health care procedures on its ...


Williams, VanGundy recycle items to help Special Olympics

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The clients at Mesa Developmental Services lost no more than $25 worth of recycling materials in a burglary at their facility in early March. But after news of the theft appeared in the March 11 edition of The Daily Sentinel, a local ...


Armed Forces rally planned

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Veterans and active-duty soldiers, sailors and Marines will be remembered Saturday morning in an Armed Forces Day observance in front of the old Mesa County Courthouse. “We’ve had no formal salute to the troops in several years, ...


Police Blotter, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Vehicle burglary reported Grand Junction police are investigating a vehicle break-in that occurred Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. A man reported that a burglar smashed a window on his truck in the 600 block of West Indian Creek Drive ...


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Examples of Jessica Geddes’ fiber artwork

By Sherida Warner

Mesa State graduate Jessica Geddes receives her fine arts degree this year, but already she is accomplished in fiber arts.  ...


E-mail letters, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Clean, safe energy begins with mining Another misinformed letter to the editor proclaiming “green energy” as an “energy efficient solution that can curb global warming, create safe, green jobs, and provide power without ...


Storm front bringing more snow to Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — More snow and rain are headed to Colorado as a Pacific storm front moves into the state from Utah. Heavy rain pounded the Denver area today in a repeat of Thursday’s deluges that held up and eventually ended the Colorado ...


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