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Mesa Wrest v West Walker

Western shows Mesa how to get opponent on the mat in rout

By Allen Gemaehlich

Charlie Pipher and the Western State College wrestling team got the better of his dad and Mesa State again. Sixth-ranked Western State defeated Mesa State 32-3 in an RMAC dual Wednesday night at Brownson Arena. The Mountaineers (5-3, 2-0 ...

Mavericks hope youngsters can stop slide

By Allen Gemaehlich

Let youth be served. Mesa State College women’s basketball coach Timi Brown plans to give the younger players more playing time for the rest of the season beginning tonight against CSU-Pueblo. Tipoff is 6 p.m. at Brownson ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase January 22, 2009

By Staff

• Maria Isquierdo was appointed to the Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado’s board of directors. Isquierdo is the vice president of human resources at St. Mary’s Hospital. Chris Thomas, president and CEO of ...

Gary Harmon Column January 22, 2009

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It would be nice to say the politicos in Denver are taking this whole recession seriously. But the fact is, the governor and Legislature are playing a waiting game, hoping things will turn around and they won’t have to make any real ...

Death Notices: January 22, 2009

By Staff

•  Patricia M. Anderson, 70, Naturita, died Jan. 16, 2009, at her home. Services will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday at New Hope Pentecostal Church. Survivors include her husband, Ernest; two sons, Nate Wendland and Bryan Wendland, ...


Pyramids expert takes crack at Grand Mesa find

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It could be that the floor that was found nearly a century ago on the north side of Grand Mesa could have something in common with the Great Pyramids of Egypt. Chunks of sandstone from the floor, which was excavated by the Western ...

Briefs: Local News January 22, 2009

By Staff

Farnsworth honored by groups • Greg Farnsworth of Fruita will receive the corps member of the year award from the Western Colorado Conservation Corps and the Colorado Youth Corps Association at their annual conference in ...

Rick Wagner Column January 22, 2009

By Rick Wagner

On Tuesday, we watched a cool cat be sworn into office. As Barack Obama jauntily sauntered in and out of various public functions arranged at the most expensive inauguration celebration in history — where he warned of tough economic ...

Obama’s orders

By The Daily Sentinel

Tuesday may have been devoted to ceremony for President Barack Obama, but Wednesday was all work. In his first morning on the job, Obama: •  Froze the salaries of roughly 100 White House staffers who make more than $100,000 a ...

Border surprise

By The Daily Sentinel

We, like a great many people, were pleased to see that one of George W. Bush’s final acts as president was to commute the prison sentences of two Border Patrol agents incarcerated for the shooting of a Mexican drug dealer. Ignacio Ramos ...

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