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Failure beats inaction every time

By Gary McCallister

Several years ago I attended a workshop at MIT to learn a computer programming language. On the first morning the crew of instructors spent at least an hour showing us examples of what could be done with this language. I recall thinking that ...


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Double duty for new bridge

By Amy Hamilton

A project that will provide sewer service to Whitewater may thrill pedestrians and bicycle riders. On Thursday crews began the process to complete a second section of a pedestrian bridge across the Colorado River at 32 Road. The bridge is ...


Grand Junction girls fall to top-seeded ThunderRidge

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — As they left the court of the Denver Coliseum, the red faces of the Grand Junction High School girls basketball players were from a combination of tears, exhaustion and frustration. Friday in the Great 8 of the Class 5A Carol ...


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Injury helps Mavericks’ Lauren Cross learn how to relax

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Lauren Cross had never ridden the bench before. The Mesa State College softball team’s third baseman was used to playing every inning of every game. But when she wrecked her left ankle trying to beat a throw to first in the ninth game ...


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Rare walk-off: Mesa State tops Metro State on Bello’s walk-off strikeout

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Chris Hanks laughed that you can only use the “walk-off strikeout” play once, so it might as well count. “I decided to pull it out the first game of conference,” Hanks said Friday night after the Mavs’ 10-9 win ...


GIR, March 5, 2011

By Staff

Because of an editing mistake, a story highlighted on Page One about pop star Justin Bieber did not appear in People in Friday’s Daily Sentinel. The story is printed on page 8B today. A sentence in Josh Penry’s column on page 4A ...


Bill to keep insurers from dropping their policy holders

By Charles Ashby

Property and casualty insurance companies can’t drop homeowners’ policies merely because of claims they’ve had to pay within a three-year period, under a bill the Colorado Senate approved on a voice vote Friday. Sen. Joyce ...


4-year degrees clear hurdle at mountain college

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The Colorado Commission on Higher Education unanimously approved two, four-year-degree programs for Colorado Mountain College during its meeting Friday in Denver. The four-year degrees will be the first offered by the college. The Glenwood ...


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Blotter, March 5, 2011

By Staff

Two boxer dogs stolen On Jan. 20, a thief stole two female, black-and-white boxer dogs valued at more than $1,000 from a home at 774 25 3/4 Road, according to Crime Stoppers of Mesa County. Anyone with information about the incident should ...


Xcel, solar firms given a week to settle rebate tiff

By Staff

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission is giving Xcel Energy Inc. and the solar-installers industry a week to work out a settlement over the utility’s request to the PUC to curtail a popular rebate on installing solar panels. A ...


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