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Carpetime Championships Results, Thursday, Jan. 20

By Staff

Carpetime Championships Jan. 10-16 at Junction Indoor Tennis Center Finals Men’s Open Singles Dan MacDonald def. Jaco Gerbrands Men’s Open Doubles Dan MacDonald/Jaco Gerbrands def. Brandon Gregg/Davey Smith Men’s 3.5 ...

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Montrose pins six wrestlers in victory over Fruita Monument

By Staff

Montrose wasted little time getting back on the winning track in Southwestern League dual action. The No. 4-ranked Indians had six pins and one forfeit to defeat Fruita Monument 45-29 on Thursday night in Montrose. “We wrestled ...

Plateau Valley boys roll to victory over young De Beque squad

By Jon Mitchell

DE BEQUE — Plateau Valley High School’s boys basketball team got to spread the scoring wealth around Thursday night. Cade Castro and Chase Langley each scored a game-high 17 points for the Cowboys, who got scoring from all but one ...

E-mail letters, January 20, 2011

By Staff

Buescher may not find job that’s not government I’m struck by The Daily Sentinel’s infatuation with Bernie Buescher. Given his record, I’m wondering whether it’s possible for Buescher to obtain employment ...

American strength and Obama’s costly campaign

By Josh Penry

Plucked from the headlines, some stories that matter in Grand Junction, Colo., USA — and beyond: The Wall Street Journal, covering the pomp and fanfare of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington, reported a new Pew ...

Printed letters, Jan. 21, 2011

By Staff

I respectfully disagree with The Daily Sentinel editorial headline from Jan. 18, “Repair rather than repeal,” but not necessarily with the article itself. The Obamacare law is so flawed, not only constitutionally, but fiscally and ...

Ken Lambert

Immigration mistake

By The Daily Sentinel

The latest attempt to appear tough on illegal immigration is a bill in the Colorado Senate that is loosely related to last year’s controversial Arizona immigration bill. The bill, introduced by Sen. Kent Lambert, R-Colorado Springs, has ...

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Fruita rec center

By Dean Humphrey

Get a peek inside the new Fruita rec center and library, and all the amenities.  ...

Autopsy shows Colo. snowboarder died in avalanche

By The AP

WINTER PARK — An autopsy has confirmed that a snowboarder who went missing on Berthoud Pass died after being caught in an avalanche. Twenty-six-year-old Jeffrey Miller disappeared Monday after a small snow side let loose while he was ...

Frontier Airlines continuing Aspen-Denver flights

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines says it will continue flying between Aspen and Denver this summer instead of suspending service in April. The Republic Airways Holdings Inc. subsidiary flies to Aspen using Q400 turboprop aircraft, which it ...

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