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FREE BUSES AVAILABLE FOR PALIN’S APPEARANCE

By Amy Hamilton

Want the best seats Monday to see Sarah Palin at Suplizio Field? Head for the left-field bleachers. After walking in on a catwalk through a portal in the bleachers along the third-base line parallel to North Avenue, the Republican vice ...


GALLAGHER MEMORIAL 10-19

Mourners remember devoted teacher, witty personality

By Amy Hamilton

It was how Flo Gallagher would have wanted it. On Saturday, more than 400 people remembered the vibrant, recently retired teacher as their best friend, simultaneously clapping and weeping to Gallagher’s favorite song, Bob Seger’s ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes October 18, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

As I took a great mid-day, mid-week hike along the Corkscrew Trail the other day, I tried to think of options for local hikers for the next few weeks while big game rifle hunting season takes place. •  Corkscrew Trail is an ...


Steamboat Springs has two doubles teams in third-place matches at Class 4A tennis tournament

By Staff

PUEBLO — Once again, Steamboat Springs High School has proven it can compete with the state’s best boys tennis players. The Sailors had a solid effort Friday at the Class 4A state tournament, advancing Charlie Smith and Jack ...


SPT 4b toss 10-18

Central has early exit in softball at state

By Staff

AURORA — A season replete with highlights, gaudy statistics and groundbreaking accomplishments for the Central High School softball team ended with a thud Friday. The Warriors were silenced by Ralston Valley pitcher Meaghan Murphy in ...


SPT 4b friesen 10-18

Tennis semifinals unkind to Western Slope

By Special to the Sentinel

DENVER — It was a long ride home for the Western Slope tennis teams from the Class 5A state tournament in Denver. For the first time since anyone can remember, there will be no players representing the teams from Grand Junction, Central ...


Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup October 18, 2008

By Staff

The move from Class 1A to 2A doesn’t seem to have fazed Grand Valley much. The Cardinals won their fifth straight Western Slope Conference game Friday night, 47-7 over Coal Ridge. Grand Valley (7-1, 5-0) has a high-powered offense ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 18, 2008

By Staff

TENNIS • Nick Provenza and Jordan Chomko pushed their opponents to another 10-point third-set tiebreaker, but couldn’t finish it. Northwood (Mich.) University’s Peter Kazianschuetz and Bertrand Vigouroux hung on to ...


Briefs: Local Sports October 18, 2008

By Staff

Sunday is a chance to prove strength at Grand Junction’s first tactical strength challenge. The event will begin with weigh in at 9 a.m. and lifting starting at 10 a.m at Core Elements. The competitors will be challenged in power ...


Mont FB v Fr 10-17-8

Just three plays lift Indians over Fruita Monument

By Staff

The way Fruita Monument High School football coach Bill Moore viewed it, his team’s game with Montrose on Friday came down to three plays. Those plays all went in the Indians’ favor. Montrose took advantage, using an early lead ...


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