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Mesa State’s Coy selected to Daktronics All-American second team

By Allen Gemaehlich

Bobby Coy accomplished a lot in his football career with Mesa State College. The junior running back added another honor this week, Daktronics, Inc. Division II All-American. “It’s nice after a season when all that hard work and ...

You Said It Column December 11, 2008

By Staff

• We are now in a new era of fairness and I believe that it would be fair and just if the Western Colorado Conference were required to compensate Brady Trucking Company for all legal and other monetary costs caused to this ...

Gary Harmon Column December 11, 2008

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Every now and again, we get to ponder one of those eternal questions that present themselves at an opportune moment. In this case, we get to compare two people who have blundered into the public consciousness in ways they didn’t ...

Death Notices: December 11, 2008

By Staff

• Michael Alan Fitzgerald, 54, Glenwood Springs, died Dec. 5, 2008. The family will accept guests from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at 738 Lincoln St. Mr. Fitzgerald was a flooring installer and outdoorsman. Survivors include his mother, ...

Rick Wagner Column December 11, 2008

By Rick Wagner

Via con Dios, George, Karl  and John. While our friends, Mr. Bush, Mr. Rove and Mr. McCain have offered gallant service, the time for political torch-passing has come. It’s interesting, though, to note the different starting points ...

Over the Top, December 11, 2008

By The Daily Sentinel

Today, The Daily Sentinel editorial department is debuting a new weekly video feature on called, “Over the Top.” In it, we will focus on extraordinary news stories that we think deserve special comment. Most of the ...

Bernie Buescher for secretary of state

By The Daily Sentinel

We recognize there is a touch of parochialism in endorsing state Rep. Bernie Buescher of Grand Junction to be named Colorado’s next secretary of state. But, with every top state elected position currently occupied by Front Range types, ...

Briefs: Local News December 11, 2008

By Staff

Fruita Monument show canceled tonight • Tonight’s theater performance of Agatha Christie’s “Appointment with Death” at Fruita Monument High School has been canceled. The other performances will go on as ...

Rescue plan passes muster with J. Salazar

By Staff

Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said he supported the bridge loans approved Wednedsay by the House for struggling U.S. automakers. Before the vote Wednesday, Salazar told The Daily Sentinel the strings attached to the $14 billion loan package, ...

Loss of three holes upsets senior golfers

By Staff

The debate continues — nine holes or six? Giving up some of the greens at the historic nine-hole Lincoln Park Golf Course is something that dedicated players don’t want to do, but proponents for a redesign of the course say the ...

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