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Smart Jocks: Clay Kame December 04, 2008

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Central’s Randy Powell selected Clay Kame, who has a 3.78 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the four ...


Sports: Prep Notes-Numbers December 04, 2008

By Staff

Sergio Salazar and David Rhodes are two names that will be connected in Olathe football history. Rhodes, a senior running back, scored the tying touchdown in overtime in the Pirates’ Class 2A state championship win last Saturday, which ...


Mobile Junction December 04, 2008

By Amy Hamilton

Big birds love their doughnuts • Jane Rich is up to her elbows in raspberry-flavored jelly filled doughnuts. The treats, which she mashes together with cheap white bread and grain, creates a pinkish-brown gruel that her two emus and one ...


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Simple memorial serves as a reminder of tragedy

By Amy Hamilton

The seasons have changed from balmy to bitterly crisp since the slaying of pregnant Grand Junction woman Anna Maria Macias. A modest but touching makeshift memorial for the 23-year-old mother, placed near the entrance of the Garden Village ...


Briefs: Local Sports December 04, 2008

By Staff

College Volleyball • Huskies’ Padget-Shields signs with Mines Anna Padget-Shields, a 6-foot defensive specialist/outside hitter at Battle Mountain High School, has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Colorado ...


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Gurule hasn’t stopped working since winning state title

By Staff

There’s no place to go but sideways for Matthew Gurule. About the only thing a wrestler can do to top a state championship season is to win another one the next year, so in this case, a lateral move is good. Gurule, a junior and the ...


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Passion for birds brought couple together and keeps them active

By Amy Hamilton

“Somebody’s calling,” said Fran Didier, suddenly detecting a bird’s faint shrill piercing the seemingly silent air. The wetlands area at the Audubon Society’s headquarters near Connected Lakes State Park seems ...


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Habekost willing to do whatever she can to help Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

If it weren’t for her club feet, Heather Habekost probably wouldn’t be playing basketball. The Mesa State College junior grew up playing soccer in a basketball family and she took some heat for it. “Oh, I got a hard time ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup December 04, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Wrestling • With a young roster, Mesa State College wrestling coach Chuck Pipher figures mat time is a little more important than quality matches. That’s why the Mavericks are wrestling in the Fort Hays State Bob Smith Open ...


Mesa’s Keating will kick in Cactus Bowl

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jared Keating figured he’d get a chance to kick in a postseason game this year. Although the Mesa State College football team didn’t qualify for the postseason, the senior kicker from Cody, Wyo., isn’t done kicking just ...


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