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Let’s get ready to rumble

By Rick Wagner

Recent interactions between the city of Grand Junction and Mesa County administrations seem to leave us little choice but to recall the profound words of national treasure and statesman Bugs Bunny when he has said, many times, to opponents ...


Opinion Time: With the trading deadline coming up, should Rockies make a trade?

By Staff

Matt Meyer Sentinel sports writer The Rockies’ offense doesn’t need any work with an over-crowded outfield and strong infield. The starting pitching is full of young arms, at least two of whom will end up in the bullpen because ...


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The arms race

By Matt Meyer

Heading into the summer, Dave Jahnke needed pitching. The coach of Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team had relied on position players from District 51 teams, whether or not they’d pitched for their high school team, to toe ...


Local golf results, July 19, 2017

By Staff

Hole in One Ted Albright, July 14 at Bookcliff Country Club. No. 15, a 138-yard, par-3, with an 8-iron. Witnesses: Bill Rhor, Nick gower, Bill Wagner. Tiara Rado Men’s League July 13 3/3/3 Front Nine First Flight Gross — 1. ...


Mesa’s Perez is player of week
in Premier Development League

By Staff

College Soccer Mesa’s Perez is player of week
in Premier Development League Moshe Perez, a junior midfielder on the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team, was selected the player of the week in the Premier Development ...


Timeout, July 19, 2017

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


Local tennis results, July 19, 2017

By Staff

Mesa County Junior Leagues July 17 High School Blue Division Slicers 8-4 Smashers 7-5 Dropshots 5-7 Baseliners 2-10 Gold Division Untouchables 9-3 Lobsters 8-4 Dinkers 5-7 Acers 5-7 Middle ...


McInnis reassures council about funding for center

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction officials have “legitimate concerns” about how the city-run emergency communications center will be affected by a soon-to-be proposed sales tax increase, Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis said. Those concerns ...


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County’s sales tax revenue rises again

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County rang up a third-straight month of increasing sales tax revenues in June, but officials say they want to see more growth before considering additional revenues as anything more than an aberration. The county share of its 2 percent ...


Vanguard’s reorganization plan OK’d

By Dennis Webb

A company with oil and gas holdings that include hundreds of wells south of Silt has received U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval of a reorganization plan. Houston-based Vanguard Natural Resources LLC, said in a news release Wednesday that the ...


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