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Palisade going back to basics for playoffs

By Nick Walter

Palisade’s hope, as the big-school basketball state tournaments begin this week, is that through a recent rash of losses, it can resurrect The Streak. One more of those, and a run through the Class 4A boys state tournament is possible, ...


Hotchkiss girls top Cedaredge

By Staff

Jennifer Celis and Erin Jones had 11 points apiece as the host Hotchkiss girls basketball team defeated Cedaredge 54-39 Monday in a Class 3A Western Slope District Tournament pigtail game. Hotchkiss (7-11) advanced to play at Rifle in a first ...


RMAC basketball standings, Feb. 20

By Staff

RMAC Basketball Standings Men Conf. OA W L Pct. W L Pct. xy-Colorado Mines 18 2 .900 22 2 .917 x-Metro State 16 5 .762 21 5 .808 x-Adams State 14 6 .700 18 6 .750 x-Neb.-Kearney 13 8 .619 15 10 .600 x-Colorado ...


Monday’s Girls Basketball Result, Feb. 20

By Staff

GirlsHotchkiss 54, Cedaredge 39 CEDAREDGE K. Gardner 2 3-4 7, L. Gardner 3 0-0 8, Kissner 2 1-1 5, Baldozier 3 1-2 8, Deal 1 0-1 2, Zamarripa 1 2-2 4, Alward 2 0-0 5. Totals: 14 7-11 39. HOTCHKISS Hodges 2 0-0 4, Celis 4 1-3 11, Anderson 2 ...


Sen. Alan Simpson at CMU

By Christopher Tomlinson

I-70 road closures lifted

By The Associated Press

DENVER — About 250 miles of highways in eastern and northeastern Colorado have reopened after a winter storm and high winds prompted authorities to halt traffic. An earlier closure of I-70 near Rifle has been canceled as well. Parts of ...


Too much ‘Mourning in America’ heading to November election

By Jim Spehar

Ronald Reagan called it “morning in America.” His optimism and cheerful demeanor not only got him elected president of the United States twice, it made him a conservative icon whose memory is conjured time and again on the campaign ...


Printed letters, Feb. 21, 2012

By Staff

Rick Wagner’s column about the failure of Congress to pass a new highway bill supports my contention that the Federal Highway Administration be downgraded to a minor agency within the Department of Transportation. Currently it does ...


U.S. may be indebted to Simpson, Bowles

By The Daily Sentinel

Listening to former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson speak about our nation’s debt is both a sobering and an encouraging experience. It’s sobering because Simpson minces few words about the severity of the situation or the obstacles we ...


Blotter, Feb. 21, 2012

By Staff

Auto theft suspected Kenneth John James, 41, 430 Chipeta Ave., No. 18, was arrested and booked into Mesa County Jail on Monday on suspicion of stealing a car. A Grand Junction police officer pulled over James on suspicion of speeding 10 to ...


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