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Five Dixie State baseball players hurt in accident

By Staff

Traveling overnight on snowy roads, the Dixie State College baseball team’s charter bus was involved in an accident early Sunday morning with a snowplow. Approximately five miles south of Colorado City, Ariz., at about 5:15 Sunday ...


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Comfort zone: For Dolphins’ Matthews, swimming is a haven

By Scott Schlaufman

For Carlos Matthews, swimming has been a constant in his life. Growing up in a family that moved frequently, Matthews always gravitated to the pool. “When we moved, I was trying to get with a swim team,” Matthews said. When he ...


Students qualify for state math contest

By Staff

Three schools and eight students from the central portion of the Western Slope qualified Saturday for the state Math Counts tournament March 13 at Colorado School of Mines in Golden. The East Middle School team of Bryce Atchison, Justin Fay, ...


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Week’s Best Pictures, Feb. 21-27, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Some of the best photos taken by Sentinel photographers throughout the week.  ...


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week in Sports for Feb. 21-27, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Sports pictures taken though out the week of February 21-27, 2010.  ...


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Going clean: Colorado River front will benefit from pleasing plan

By Bill Haggerty

Did you see the big news? Journalist Emily Anderson, whose astute reporting of the City Council meeting was detailed in Thursday’s edition of your Daily Sentinel, wrote: “The Grand Junction City Council adopted the comprehensive ...


Class 4A, 5A state basketball brackets released

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Sweeping the Southwestern League resulted in high playoff seeds for both the Fruita Monument boys and Central girls basketball teams today. Fruita Monument was rewarded for finishing 10-0 in the SWL by earning a No. 4 seed in the Class 5A ...


Man dead, 3 officers injured in house explosion

By The AP

CASPER, Wyo. — Police in Casper say a man inside a house that had been rigged so the natural gas couldn’t be shut off from the outside has died after the house exploded. Authorities say the blast just after noon on Saturday ...


Pressured developer auctions off Steamboat condos

By The AP

DENVER — With high-end furnishings inside and views of the Steamboat Springs ski resort outside, The Highmark sold the first of its 23 luxury condos for $3.17 million in 2008 and planned to wrap up sales that year. It didn’t ...


Boulder skier uses radio to call for help

By The AP

BOULDER — A backcountry skier who injured himself in a fall west of Eldora Mountain Resort was rescued after using a handheld ham radio to call for help. Boulder County sheriff’s officials say 60-year-old Steve Priem of Boulder ...


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