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Faulkner State joins JUCO field

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Faulkner State (Ala.) Community College held off Shelton State 7-6 today in a second championship game to win the Southeastern District title and advance to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. This is the first trip to Grand Junction ...

E-mail letters, May 13, 2010

By Staff

Political correctness the issue in California shirt fight Ruben Navarrette’s column on the California teens who were sent home from school for wearing American flag tee shirts on Cinco de Mayo was little more than another tired rant ...

A better means of grading teachers

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several observations to make about Senate Bill 191, which was approved by the Colorado Legislature on Wednesday, the final day of the 2010 legislative session — with solid bipartisan support. Colorado leadership Senate Bill ...

Printed letters, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Energy disasters proclaim need for climate legislation I write in the wake of the ongoing oil catastrophe along the Gulf Coast and the recent coal mine explosion in West Virginia, urging that Congress make passage of climate and energy ...

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Mesa State graduation

By Staff

More then 1,200 students graduated from Mesa State College Saturday morning during a very rainy Commencement at Stocker Stadium in Lincoln Park.  ...

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Interstate 70 stop yields 24 pounds of meth

By Paul Shockley

Two Las Vegas residents face a host of possible charges after a traffic stop on Interstate 70 allegedly turned up 24 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in their vehicle. Guadencia Cruz-Jaime, 36, and Manuel Cruz-Jaime, 44, were pulled over ...

Detour expected tonight on I-70

By The Daily Sentinel

Traffic on Interstate 70 between exit 114 and 116 near Glenwood Springs will be detoured from 10:00 p.m. today until 5:00 a.m. Friday. Crews have to pour a concrete deck on the new Devereux Road Pedestrian Bridge, which is the reason for the ...

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Students with perfect attendance have chance to win new car

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jessica Banderneer is driving a car that was new when she was a baby. Her 1993 Toyota Camry has squeaky breaks that no mechanic can seem to fix. Plus, the whole axis tilts when she drives over a bumps. That’s why she made the choice ...

Colo. community colleges to allow guns on campus

By The AP

DENVER — Concealed weapons will be allowed on 13 community college campuses in Colorado. Administrators of the state community college system decided Monday to repeal its policy banning concealed weapons from campuses in response to a ...

Energy leases offered on land prized for wildlife

By The AP

DENVER — Federal oil and gas leases in a northern Colorado mountain valley prized by hunters and anglers are going up for bid. The Colorado office of the Bureau of Land Management planned to offer leases on about 11,400 acres on public ...

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