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RMAC Football Standings, Oct. 17

By Staff

RMAC Standings Conference Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. CSU-Pueblo 5 0 1.000 76 0 1.000 Neb.-Kearney 4 1 .800 6 1 .857 Colorado Mines 3 2 .600 5 2 .714 Western N.M. 3 2 .600 4 3 .571 Chadron State 3 2 .600 3 4 .429 Adams State 2 3 .400 4 3 .571 ...


Sports in Brief: U-16 girls advance to Cup Finals

By Staff

Youth Soccer U-16 girls advance to Cup Finals The Colorado West Select Soccer Club’s under-16 girls team advanced to the State Cup Finals after defeating Littleton’s Colorado United on Sunday. Tied 2-2 after regulation and ...


Sports in Brief: U-16 girls advance to Cup Finals

By Staff

Youth Soccer U-16 girls advance to Cup Finals The Colorado West Select Soccer Club’s under-16 girls team advanced to the State Cup Finals after defeating Littleton’s Colorado United on Sunday. Tied 2-2 after regulation and ...


It’s official: GJ Rockies coming to town

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The Grand Junction City Council unanimously approved a lease agreement tonight to bring the Rookie affiliation of the Colorado Rockies to Grand Junction. The Grand Junction Rockies will begin play in June, 2012 at Suplizio Field. The approval ...


Printed letters, Oct. 18, 2011

By Staff

I am an 11-year resident of this area, a senior and writer in other places. It is gratifying to see changes in Grand Junction residents, the new university and The Daily Sentinel. I deplore America’s wrongheaded reactions to the 9/11 ...


Energy (and money) for ‘epicenter’ plan

By The Daily Sentinel

The grant program announced Monday by the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District board is an innovative means of using money from regional mineral development to help improve the economic outlook for this community. The fact that the ...


Appreciation due current local pols and former leaders back in the fray

By Jim Spehar

“The world must be coming to an end,” Janet Rowland said as she approached me at a forum on the proposed District 51 mill levy override.  “It looks like we finally agree on something.” Regular readers of The Daily ...


Industry takes the lead

By The Daily Sentinel

Keeping tabs on how gas drilling affects groundwater is an important endeavor. The fact that the Colorado Oil and Gas Association is now leading that effort with a voluntary monitoring program set to begin Nov. 1 is a welcome indication that ...


Missing hunter found alive

By Dennis Webb

A 65-year-old man has been found alive after going hunting Saturday morning and failing to return to his camp in the Flat Tops outside New Castle. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said the man is from the Silt-New Castle area, but ...


Former coach hired to lead Junction girls program

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A former Fruita Monument and club coach will coach the Grand Junction High School girls swimming team this winter. Mesa County School District 51 adaptive physical education teacher Janet Ryan was named the head coach today. She replaces Dale ...


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