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RMAC Notebook: Mavs hoops teams full of fresh faces

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Here’s a hint for fans eager to see the Mesa State College basketball teams play this season: Pick up a roster at the door, because you won’t recognize either the men’s or women’s team. Jim Heaps returns three players ...

Mavericks fall to Metro in RMAC tournament

By Staff

Make no mistake, the Mesa State College men’s soccer team was disappointed in its 2-0 loss Wednesday to Metro State in the first round of the RMAC tournament. However, the Mavs (10-7-2) took the step they had to take this season by ...

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Power from peaches: Hardworking McLean brothers apply home work ethic to football

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Their teammates and coaches like to tease brothers Zach and Luke McLean. Even Palisade High School football coach John Arledge takes playful shots at them. Zach, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior linebacker, is known as “Skinny” ...

Mesa State volleyball team focused on taking RMAC West

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Right now, the only number that matters to the Mesa State College volleyball team is 3. The Mavericks need to win three games either tonight against Fort Lewis in Durango or Friday night against Adams State in Alamosa to win the RMAC West ...

Helicopter crash near Meeker kills one

By The Daily Sentinel

A Littleton woman is dead and her husband is in a Grand Junction hospital after the small helicopter he was flying crashed in the Wilson Creek area about 10 miles northwest of Meeker Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. Kelly Westra, 46, ...

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Smooth glide at new synthetic ice rink

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s toasty and warm inside the warehouse where Charles Crawford practices arabesque glides on thin blades around his new ice rink. There’s no need for a coat or even a pair of mittens because the ice he skates upon is a plastic ...

Printed letters, Nov. 4, 2010

By Staff

Local charity is seeking warm coats The Warming Hands Project is proud to announce our collection bins are up and waiting at several Grand Valley locations. Please take time to gather any extra warm clothing in good condition and give it to ...

The Tao of Steve

By The Daily Sentinel

The high-profile races for the U.S. Senate, governor and the 3rd Congressional District garnered much of the attention this election season. But two down-ballot races are likely to have a more direct impact on people’s lives in Mesa ...


Tipton to Congress

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several explanations for Republican Scott Tipton’s victory over incumbent Democrat John Salazar in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. One, of course, is the GOP wave that swept multitudes of Democrats from Congress, ...

Republicans in Congress must rein in executive authority

By Rick Wagner

I’m not going to rehash Tuesday’s election here, since by now all of you, as interested citizens who read editorial pages, will have heard enough of it to know what it was — a national avalanche of liberal repudiation. ...

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