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Palisade boys to host first round

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The Palisade High School boys basketball team hosts Palmer Ridge on Wednesday in the first round of the Class 4A state basketball playoffs. The Bulldogs (17-6) received the No. 7 seed in the Ronnie Shavlik Region. Palmer Ridge enters 8-15. ...


GJ, Fruita girls in 5A state tourney

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Grand Junction High School received the No. 3 seed in the Alice Barron Region of the Class 5A high school girls basketball state playoffs, with Fruita Monument the No. 7 seed in the sam region. The Tigers (19-4) received a first-round bye and ...


Death Notices, Feb. 20, 2012

By Staff

Anthony F. “Tony” Fangman, Jr., 85, Delta, died Feb. 16, 2012, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Visitation will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Grand Mesa Bible Church in Delta. Services will take place at 10 a.m. ...


Don’t dismantle Colorado’s election oversight in 2012

By Guest Columnist

“We hereby inform you that the file folder holding your 2010 ballot will be shown to The Daily Sentinel. We track all ballots, but we won’t look or show the Sentinel your particular ballot. Trust us, don’t be alarmed, Big ...


Preaching intolerance to the choir

By The Daily Sentinel

To see some folks’ response to last week’s dust-up over a Grand Junction High School student resigning from the school’s men’s choir because the choir is set to sing a a Muslim song, one might think School District 51 ...


BLM’s go-slow approach is right way to handle oil shale

By Guest Columnist

For over a century, people have been trying to unlock the oil shale reserves in the western United States. During the past decade, companies from around the globe have been working to develop technology that will successfully turn this rock ...


We can deal with oil shale issues and allow industry to move forward

By Guest Columnist

Let’s agree that socioeconomic issues related to a developing oil shale industry must be addressed. Second, let’s agree that the potential benefits to our region and our country are high enough that we must find a way to make it ...


Hydraulic fracturing: Reality, history and a little attitude

By Krystyn Hartman

I want to like hydraulic fracturing technology in oil and gas drilling. Why? Well, because I enjoy driving my car, living in a warm house, cooking on a gas stove, watching Top Shot, Project Runway and just about anything on the Science Channel ...


State Wrestling Finals

By Nick Walter

Championship match highlights of area state champions.  ...


Saturday 20

2012 State Wrestling Tournament, Day 3

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Champions are crowned at the Pepsi Center.  ...


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