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Martin inks 27 in first recruiting class at Mesa

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For the first time since he was hired two weeks ago, Colorado Mesa University football coach Russ Martin could finally take a deep breath and sigh of relief. Martin received 27 letters of intent Wednesday on the first day of the two-month ...


College-bound athletes

By Staff

Palisade’s Flannery Davis, Grand Junction’s Cierra Cosslett, Tyler Gastineau sign their letters of intent.  ...


CMU football sign 27 players to letters of intent

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Colorado Mesa football coach Russ Martin received 27 letters of intent Wednesday on the first day of the two-month signing period. The new additions include four local players, three junior college transfers and seven from out of ...


Utah police looking for two missing GJ men

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Authorities are scouring portions of eastern Utah for two Grand Junction men who were reported missing after they failed to return to work earlier this week. Mark Widegren and Brian Axe were last seen around 5:30 p.m. Saturday leaving a job ...


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Housing in high demand at CMU

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Even with residence-hall rooms for nearly 2,000 students and a 192-bed apartment complex under construction, Colorado Mesa University isn’t likely to satisfy true housing demands this fall. A recent campus-wide housing study that ...


Greed may apply to governments,

By Rick Wagner

The term “greed” gets thrown around a lot lately and I suppose it has to do with the election, but it seems pretty selective. For instance, on the television chat show “The View” recently, the ladies were busy ...


Rep. Bradford was wrongly attacked

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford did exactly what she should have done when she was stopped by Denver Police Jan. 25. She asked to be treated like an ordinary citizen. Earlier this week, The Daily Sentinel strongly criticized Bradford for accepting ...


Rep. Bradford was wrongly attacked

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford did exactly what she should have done when she was stopped by Denver Police Jan. 25. She asked to be treated like an ordinary citizen. Earlier this week, The Daily Sentinel strongly criticized Bradford for accepting ...


County commissioner hopefuls agree on most issues

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The three candidates running for the seat being vacated this fall by term-limited Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland did little to separate themselves from one another this morning, agreeing on issues ranging from government debt to energy ...


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Dog knees benefit from new surgical procedure

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

As the world of human medicine advances, many pet owners have high expectations about the level of veterinary medicine their pets can receive as well. Tiara Rado Animal Hospital, 2245 Broadway, works hard to stay on the cutting edge of new ...


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