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Mesa baseball snowed out

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Today’s snow and the forecast for the rest of the weekend forced the Mesa State College baseball team to cancel this weekend’s series at Suplizio Field. The Mavericks were originally scheduled to play the University of Mary ...

Mixed verdict in Eddy sex assault trial

By Paul Shockley

The jury in the child sex assault trial of 68-year-old Rodney Eddy resolved half of the case, acquitting him on 17 counts. The seven man, five woman jury, however, was deadlocked and didn’t deliver a verdict on the most serious counts ...

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Four Cardinals reach state semifinals

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DENVER — Jerrod Busch is in good company. The Grand Valley High School 135-pound junior is one of four Cardinals in the semifinals of the Class 3A state wrestling championships tonight at the Pepsi Center. Busch is joined in the ...

Mesa softball tournament canceled

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Weather conditions forced Mesa State College softball coach Kris Mort to cancel the three-team round-robin tournament this weekend at Bergman Field. Adams State and CU-Colorado Springs had agreed to make the trip to play after the University ...

Salazar upsets state champion in state wrestling tournament

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DENVER — Palisade High School sophomore Daniel Salazar upset state champion Alex Baca of Pueblo Central in the Class 4A state tournament at the Pepsi Center. Salazar (39-4) defeated Baca (16-3) 10-5 in the 119-pound quarterfinals. ...

Bus system will mark 10th year with free rides

By Staff

Grand Valley Transit will celebrate its 10-year anniversary by offering free rides for 10 consecutive days beginning next week. The bus system will offer free rides on all 11 of its routes all day between Feb. 23 and March 5. Mesa County ...

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Girls make history at state wrestling tournament

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DENVER — A couple of girls made history in the Colorado State Wrestling Championships this morning at the Pepsi Center. Soroco’s Lauryn Bruggink and Meeker’s Cody Pfau were the first girls to win a match at the state ...

Special status possible for Colorado sites

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The Vermillion Basin in northwest Colorado and the high peaks between Silverton and Lake City are listed as potential areas for wilderness or other designation, according to a document leaked from the Bureau of Land Management. Interior ...


‘Reflections of Christ’ exhibit opening in Grand Junction

By Staff

Photography and faith combine in “Reflections of Christ,” exhibit of 30 large-scale photos that will be on display at two locations in the valley. “Refections of Christ” created by photographer Mark Mabry depicts ...

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Oh, drama: Sentinel writer takes to stage in ‘The Producers’

By Melinda Mawdsley

I rarely get nervous to speak or perform in front of others. I’m not easily embarrassed and have a self-deprecating sense of humor. However, I have never been on stage, so I was excited and surprised when Rich Cowden, head of Mesa State ...

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