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Sheriff: Missing man found

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A 21-year-old man who was reported missing Saturday afternoon was reunited with his family Sunday morning, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Stephen Blaise Helkowski, who has special needs, was last seen in the 700 block of M ...


Adams State student treated for meningitis

By The AP

ALAMOSA — An Adams State College student is being treated for meningitis, prompting warnings to other students. The (Alamosa) Valley Courier reports that the infected student does not live on campus. The newspaper also says that doctors ...


Palisade, Montrose will travel for volleyball regionals

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Palisade High School received the No. 8 seed and will play in the Class 4A Region A tournament hosted by No. 1 seed Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs. The date of the four region tournaments are to be announced. Two teams from each region ...


Grand Junction in; Fruita out of 5A playoffs

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Grand Junction received the No. 2 seed for the Class 5A state football playoffs and will host Chatfield (3-6) in the first round at a time and date to be announced this weekend. The Tigers (9-0) dropped one spot in the CHSAA wildcard points ...


CMU goes deep on higher-ed economics

By The Daily Sentinel

Colleges and universities are supposed to be laboratories for creative thinking and innovative ideas. And the folks at Colorado Mesa University have come up with a doozy of an innovative plan for sustained financing for higher education. We ...


Sentinel election endorsements

By The Daily Sentinel

Vote tabulation for the 2011 election is just two days away. Because Mesa County conducted this year’s election entirely with mail-in ballots, most of those ballots have already been sent. Those who haven’t mailed their ballots may ...


Average Americans are frustrated, even if they haven’t joined movement

By Denny Herzog

A few weeks ago, not long before the first protesters took over lower Manhattan and began the Occupy Wall Street movement, I asked out loud to my other half why there was not more unrest on college campuses. It seemed to me that college kids ...


Email letters, Oct. 29, 2011

By Staff

Yes on 103 and 3B for a better economy I am writing to urge all in our community to vote “Yes” for both Proposition 103 and Referred Measure 3B in support of increased funding for education. I believe that one of the most ...


Bus systems to receive federal funds

By Staff

Agencies in the Roaring Fork Valley and Eagle County are among seven statewide that will share in nearly $10.8 million of newly announced federal transit fund distributions next year. The Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority is ...


BLM employee honored for river work

By Staff

An employee with the Bureau of Land Management’s Grand Junction Field Office has been recognized for his work to eradicate noxious weeds in western Colorado over the past decade. BLM natural resource specialist Mark “Sparky” ...


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