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Student Spotlight, Aug. 22, 2011

By Staff

CDOT taking applications for safe school route projects The Colorado Department of Transportation is accepting funding requests for the 2012 Safe Routes to School program. The program uses federal dollars to fund education and ...

Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open Scores, Aug. 22

By Staff

Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open Sunday’s Final Round At Bookcliff Country Club, Tiara Rado Golf Course Professionals Dustin Pimm* 62-69-62—193 Steve Schneiter 68-63-62—193 Nick Killpack 63-68-66—197 Riley ...

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Pimm edges Schneiter to win Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open

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Dustin Pimm had a bird’s-eye view of what he needed to do on the golf course Sunday afternoon. By playing in the final group, he kept an eye on fellow Sandy, Utah, golfer Steve Schneiter in the final round of the Enstrom Rocky Mountain ...


Week in Sports for Aug. 21-27, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Hot sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Week’s Best Photos for Aug. 21-27, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

UPDATE: VIctims identified in I-70 crash

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The victims of a fatal crash this morning on Interstate 70 have been identified as 49-year-old Maria Aurora Valdez Castro and 50-year-old Jesus Heriberto Leyva Quintero. A third person traveling in the 1997 Ford Expedition that rolled three ...

Adobe Creek Mixed League August 24, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - August 24, 2011 Skins - Monument Course Hole #2 Elton M. and Wynona M.   Hole #3 Craig P., Carolyn ...

Printed letters, August 21, 2011

By Staff

No shooting range at Horsethief Canyon Scott Tipton and the Colorado Mule Deer Association (CMDA) are proposing to construct a modern public shooting range in Mesa County. I support the need to reduce the dispersed shooting that now ...

What do we want?

By The Daily Sentinel

Try to imagine the days when the first settlers worked to make a life in this valley. The burden of working the land, building shelter, tending livestock and raising children was likely overwhelming. Those early settlers worked hard to provide ...

Oil shale hearing should look at impacts on affected communities

By Guest Columnist

By Tom Kenyon and Keith Lambert As mayors of two of northwestern Colorado’s largest communities, we share the concern members of Colorado’s congressional delegation have about job creation as Grand Junction, Rifle and all areas of ...

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