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Bottom of Belmont’s lineup dooms Mesa in Div. II World Series

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C. — When the Mesa State College baseball team boarded the plane for the NCAA Division II World Series, there were T-shirts aboard with the date 5-30-09 reserved on them. The Mavericks, though, were three days shy of playing ...


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Saints outlast Pioneers in high-scoring affair

By Staff

True fans of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series have noticed a trend in the past few years. The Wednesday afternoon elimination game of the 18- (or 19-) game tournament is traditionally the highest-scoring one of the ...


Death notices: May 28, 2009

By Staff

• Ellen Barnes, 69, of Paonia, died May 24, 2009, at Paonia Care Center. No services will be held. She is survived by her sons, Scott of Silt and Leonard and Kevin, both of Hotchkiss; a brother, Melvin Woods of Grand Junction; and ...


Rick Wagner Column may 28, 2009

By Rick Wagner

By now you’ll have been inundated with coverage by the media outlets concerning President Obama’s nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. If you’re interested in the prospect, you will have heard a number of ...


Ritter should protect municipal authority

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter has another opportunity to anger labor unions in Colorado by vetoing another of their favored bills. He should seize the opportunity, not because angering labor unions is a good thing in and of itself, but because Senate Bill ...


Marriage, California-style

By The Daily Sentinel

In California, it seems, votes and the law do matter, even if they go against the accepted political dogma of the day. That dogma holds that same-sex marriage should be as legal and accessible as traditional, heterosexual marriage. The ...


Airport seeks delay for those who need federal access badges

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Grand Junction Regional Airport will ask the federal government to ease up on people who have begun the process of getting access badges for the airport but won’t have them by the June 1 deadline. Airport Manager Rex Tippetts told about ...


Blotter: May 28, 2009

By Staff

Men shot with BB gun • No one was seriously injured after a father and son shot each other with a BB gun Tuesday night, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The father, 46, was shot in the back of the leg, and ...


Antero discusses GarCo drilling plans

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Around 400 people crowded a gym Wednesday night to hear Antero Resources lay out plans to begin drilling for natural gas later this year within Garfield County’s Battlement Mesa development. The Denver-based ...


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Cops: Alcohol a factor in Patterson crash

By Paul Shockley

Alcohol is a suspected factor in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon that hospitalized one child and left four other children injured. Edward Wildrick, 45, was arrested after the Ford Explorer he was driving hit a Dodge minivan with a ...


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