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Richardson adds help, but Mesa falls at home

By Allen Gemaehlich

Erin Richardson knew she needed to provide a lift for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. With Heather Habekost out with a concussion, Richardson started in her place Sunday, scoring a career-high 23 points, but it ...


Not so secure at Homeland Security

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Secret Service is charged, among other things, with protecting high-ranking federal officials. It should have the ability to detect undocumented workers entering the home of, say, its boss, Secretary of Homeland Security Michael ...


What’s appropriate for Appropriations

By The Daily Sentinel

Congratulations to 3rd District Rep. John Salazar. Last week he was named to the influential House Appropriations Committee. That’s no small honor for a congressman just entering his third term in office. The adjective ...


Energy park-and-ride bustling, CDOT plans improvements

By Staff

A year-and-a-half ago, Richard Duran landed a job with Grand Valley Vacuum Truck Service. Ever since, his work day has started at the corner of Interstate 70 Business Loop and F Road, waiting for a company-provided ride to De Beque. “A ...


Storm brings ski season to Powderhorn

By Staff

Better late than never. Overnight snowfall allowed Powderhorn Resort to open some of its runs to skiers and snowboarders Sunday, three days later than scheduled. Sarah Allen, spokeswoman for the resort, said the overnight snowfall, which ...


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COUPLE ONE OF MANY AREA FAMILIES ADOPTING CHINESE CHILDREN

By Staff

Four-year-old Macey Geer will have her first Christmas on American soil this year. Kate Geer and her husband adopted Macey from Sichuan, China, in July as their second child and little sister to their 6-year-old son, Ian. The adoption ended ...


Homework: Student Voices December 15, 2008

By Staff

Money is on the minds of four Fruita Middle School seventh-graders. Government debt depletes taxpayer wallets • As the bank bailout takes place, the government is bringing on more and more debt by spending money it does not have. ...


You Said It Column December 15, 2008

By Staff

•  To the man in the white truck who would not stop honking at me and then tried to bash into the back of my car, all because my right turn signal wasn’t working and I had to use a hand signal: Sir, if you don’t know ...


LS: Speaking of Science Column December 15, 2008

By Guest Columnist

The first successful mission to another planet in our solar system was being celebrated 46 years ago today.                            The day before, Dec. ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup December 14, 2008

By Staff

Prep Wrestling •  ’Dogs dominate on mat at Sheridan Invite The Palisade High School wrestling team placed first in eight weight classes and second in five others to win the Sheridan Invitational in convincing fashion ...


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