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Week’s Best Photos for Feb. 27 - March 5, 2011

By Staff

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


Three Mesa wrestlers qualify for nationals

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Three Mesa State College wrestlers placed in the top four in the RMAC/Super Regional 4 tournament in San Francisco and qualified for nationals. Chester Granard, Shane Miller and Tyler Nelson qualified for the NCAA Division II national ...


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Worst Day bike ride

By Gretel Daugherty

Costumed bicyclists ride in the Worst Day of the Year Bike Ride.  ...


Trial set for man charged in oil auction case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — An environmental activist charged with sabotaging a 2008 federal oil-and-gas lease auction to thwart drilling near Utah’s national parks is headed to trial. The twice-delayed trial for Tim DeChristopher ...


Eastern Utah deputy shot during standoff

By The AP

PRICE, Utah (AP) — A Carbon County sheriff’s deputy was shot after he and other officers responded to a report of domestic abuse at a Price home. The Deseret News reports 44-year-old Michael Hreinson was struck Saturday night by ...


Rifle and Olathe girls basketball teams grab sub-regions in 3A playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

Both the Olathe and Rifle girls basketball teams earned top 8 seeds in the Class 3A state playoffs Rifle is the No. 2 seed and host Basalt in the first round. Olathe is the No. 5 seed and host Bayfield in the first round. On the boys side, ...


Kidzplex

By Staff

This unique program originated in 1985 as Grand Junction Gymnastics Academy with a staff of 5 in a 5,000 square foot building. GJGA has produced individual and/or team USAG Junior Olympic state gymnastics champions every year since then. ...


Land and Water Conservation Fund fosters collaboration

By Guest Columnist

By Paul Nelson and Jeff Wendland Perhaps you enjoy some of Mesa County’s prized outdoor opportunities at Colorado National Monument, McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area, the Grand Mesa Slopes, or along the Unaweep-Tabaguache ...


What’s concealed in latest gun legislation

By The Daily Sentinel

In the decade since Colorado adopted a statewide law authorizing county sheriffs to issue concealed-weapons permits to those who meet certain requirements, the law has worked very well. In 2010 alone, some 19,372 people applied for ...


One doesn’t need a reason to embark on travel adventure

By Denny Herzog

A couple of years ago, Kathy and I spent a chilly, rainy afternoon in a spartan cabin on a cliff high above the Pacific Ocean. There was a cheesy gas fireplace for heat, furnishings that looked as if they’d come from yard sales, no ...


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