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South Georgia College wins JUCO game 5 10-4

By Patrick Bahr

Sunday at Suplizio Field, South Georgia advanced over Jefferson (Mo.) College 10-4. The Tigers never trailed in the game, and led 5-0 by the fourth inning. Jefferson made a push in the bottom of the seventh by scoring three runs to close ...

Remember the fallen

By The Daily Sentinel

Weather reports indicate Monday may be a cool and breezy day, but mostly sunny. Not a bad day to kick off summer. Regardless of the weather, the national holiday being observed Monday should be a reminder of things other than backyard ...

Printed letters, May 29, 2011

By Staff

I have reviewed the proposed name change for the nine-mile stretch of F Road and the address change for those of us who live or have businesses on the current Patterson Road between First and 28th streets. I think the city and county are ...

Bobby’s birthday games

By The Daily Sentinel

Wasn’t that fun? We refer, of course, to the four-month exercise in public gamesmanship known as Bobby’s Birthday Bash — wherein we tried to guess whether a proposed country-music concert was a real deal or a fantasy. As ...

The state’s TABOR Amendment has served Colorado well

By Denny Herzog

A bipartisan, but mostly Democratic, group of Coloradans has filed a federal lawsuit that claims the Colorado Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, more commonly known as TABOR, is unconstitutional. I’m no legal scholar and am perfectly ...

Newspapers remain the best way to disclose information to public

By Jay Seaton

Being a county commissioner is a hard and somewhat thankless job, particularly in a time of severe economic downturn. It takes intestinal fortitude to make decisions that affect real people, stand behind those decisions and withstand the ...

County’s goal is transparency with least expense to taxpayers

By Guest Columnist

By Janet Rowland On the issue of local governments being required to publish all expenditures in a local newspaper, The Daily Sentinel left out several very important pieces of information. Last year our board asked state Rep. Ray Scott if ...

We have a responsibility to thank people like Tom Doody

By Tammy Gemaehlich

By Joe Dillsaver “I’m going home.” —  McMurphy in the last episode of ”China Beach.” Every soldier gauges his time by when he will be going home. Going home can be a physical or a mental journey. Some ...

3 hurt in 2-vehicle wreck near Clifton

By Melinda Mawdsley

Colorado State Patrol troopers were investigating a two-vehicle rollover accident late Saturday night at the intersection of F and 34 roads east of Clifton. A female driver of a Ford Explorer was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital with what ...

District 51 shines in school funding report

By Charles Ashby

Colorado was 40th in the nation in how much it has spent on education, according to the U.S. Census Bureau annual report on recent education spending. The report is a snapshot of all 14,643 school districts in the nation based on revenue, ...

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