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Olathe wrestlers second after first round

By Robert Garcia

The Olathe High School Pirates trail Alamosa by six points after the preliminary round of the Class 3A Colorado State Wrestling Championships. Olathe advanced seven of its 11 state qualifiers to tally 27.5 points. Hotchkiss, which moved five ...


Class 5A Colorado State Wrestling

By Robert Garcia

103 pounds — Josh Rosales, Pomona, Fr. (42-4) def. Ian Konrad, Fruita Monument, Fr. (30-11), 13-1 103 pounds — Clayton Vickers, Arvada West, Jr. (26-4) def. Oscar Ruiz, Central (GJ), Jr. (23-14), 13-4 119 pounds — Dylon ...


Class 4A Colorado State Wrestling

By Robert Garcia

103 pounds — Mykal DeHerrera, Delta, Sr. (38-1) def. Ben Prenther, Conifer, Fr. (18-10), 16-0 112 pounds — Alex Baca, Pueblo Central, Sr. (42-1) def. Shane Anderson, Delta, Jr. (30-10), 17-1 112 pounds — Dalton Hannigan, ...


Class 3A Colorado State Wrestling

By Robert Garcia

Western Slope Results 103 pounds —Trenton Piatt, Olathe, Fr. (36-6) pinned Cody Heskett, Mead, Jr. (30-12), 1:05 103 pounds — Vikash Hypio, Hotchkiss, Jr. (23-9) pnned Channing Lewis, Eaton, So. (32-8), 2:18 112 Pounds ...


Class 2A Colorado State Wrestling

By Robert Garcia

Western Slope Results 103 Pounds — Blake Duval, Paonia, Fr. (19-13) def. Jacob Tenorio, John Mall, Jr. (27-15), 15-4 112 Pounds — Seth Harrington Sedgwick, Fr. (38-2) def. J.C. Henderson, Meeker, Fr. (12-13), 10-1   125 ...


Broncos trying to keep Bailey from bolting

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — John Elway says the Denver Broncos are trying to re-sign perennial Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey four months after the team withdrew an extension offer he was about to sign. In a series of tweets today, the Broncos chief ...


Federal bill aimed at boosting ski-area economies

By The AP

DENVER — Elected officials from Colorado, Wyoming and Utah have introduced a bill that would amend the current ski-only permitting rules for ski areas on U.S. Forest Service land. The Ski Area Recreation Opportunity Enhancement Act of ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 17, 2011

By Staff

Uranium mill lawsuit typical of enviros Last week, the environmentalist group “Sheep Mountain Alliance” filed another lawsuit to stop the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill west of Naturita. Sheep Mountain Alliance is a ...


Egyptian dilemma: Self-evident truths vs. self-evident interests

By Josh Penry

The Wall Street Journal reported that the seismic transformation in Egypt has opened a wider debate between American conservatives centered on an age-old question: Should American foreign policy value freedom and liberty or stability and ...


The U?

By The Daily Sentinel

The institution of higher learning in Grand Junction, which has undergone multiple name changes since it started in the 1920s, might soon add another word to its name: University. We think that’s entirely appropriate. In today’s ...


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