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Fox News is anything but fair and balanced

By Denny Herzog

A few years ago, back when the tea party thought it was relevant, Fox News came under fire for drumming up support for tea party rallies. At any reputable news organization, and particularly those that are so despised by the television and ...

Buying locally does have an economic impact

By Guest Columnist

By Nathan Wallace Do you feel like you can make a difference? Many times we all just shrug and say, “Not really.” But that is not true when you buy locally. We have just passed the one-year anniversary of our Blue Band Wagon ...

Idea of community extends to economy

By The Daily Sentinel

The economic news last week was dismal, to put it mildly. Various reports showed that growth in the nation’s manufacturing sector — which had been leading the economic recovery — is now slowing, while housing construction ...

Printed letters, June 5, 2011

By Staff

I am a long-time pilot, and have enjoyed accessing Walker Field (now Grand Junction Regional Airport) since moving to Montrose in 1975. I fly into Grand Junction numerous times a year, for both business and pleasure purposes. I compliment The ...

Powderhorn Resort heads for the auction block

By The Daily Sentinel

As ski areas go, Powderhorn Ski Resort doesn’t have the glitzy reputation of Aspen or Telluride, the massive and varied terrain of Vail or Steamboat Springs or the lodging, shops and restaurants that help attract millions of skiers each ...

Vaqueros’ coach Wente serves suspension in loss

By {screen_name}

The NJCAA Executive Committee voted Saturday to overturn the suspension of Central Arizona College baseball coach Jon Wente for the championship game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Wente, however, elected to serve the ...


Flawless defense key in Bulldogs’ title game victory

By {screen_name}

All week long, Whoa Dill was a little perplexed about his team’s defense. The club that led the nation in fielding percentage (.975) had made 10 errors in its first five games in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. All that ...

JUCO notebook: Trophies handed out at JUCO

By Staff

Trophies handed out at JUCO The awards ceremony after the championship game isn’t just for the winning team. Among the awards are trophies for the first-, second- and third-place teams, participation patches, the Bus Bergman Coach of ...


Coming up short: Central Arizona’s No. 1 ranking not enough in title game

By Patrick Bahr

It was one of those games you didn’t want to see end. Central Arizona College was on the short end of Navarro (Texas) College’s 6-4, 10-inning thriller, won on J.T. Files’ walk-off home run. “We came this far and we ...


Files selected Preston Walker Most Valuable Player

By Scott Schlaufman

On the final play of Saturday’s championship game, Navarro (Texas) College catcher J.T. Files opted not to listen to his coach. With Casey Grayson on first and nobody out, Files got a bunt signal from Whoa Dill. Instead, he swung ...

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