CU defeats CSU 9-4, earning its second win in 15 years

Denver, Colo. — Ever watch something so close you can almost taste it slip away? If you asked the CSU men’s lacrosse team that same question, it would say Saturday’s game against in state rival CU-Boulder. For the second time in 15-years, CSU fell to CU and the first loss at a neutral site. The […]

CSU softball completes weekend sweep over Nevada

In the bottom of the seventh inning, the Rams found themselves down by one run to the Nevada Wolf Pack, 3-2. When senior infielder Chelsea Biglow stepped up to the plate, Haley David assumed her position on first base. As the ball cracked against the bat, Biglow drove the ball into right field and allowed […]

GOP on 2016 RNC: This is a ‘business decision’

Clockwise from top left: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Kansas City and Denver. (AP, Getty Images, US Presswire and USA TODAY file photos)(Photo: KUSA) USA TODAY – Some delegates to the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa may still remember the hours they spent waiting for buses and shuttling to their faraway hotels, […]

After the standoff, what’s next for Bundy and BLM?

After the standoff, what’s next for Bundy and BLM? Document Actions Share this: Like Tweet Tip Jar Email Print this Tip Jar Donation Your donation supports independent non-profit journalism from High Country News. With armed militia on one side, armed federal agents on the other, and about 900 cows in the middle, the Bureau of […]

Libbie Miller is officer of the year

Libbie Miller is officer of the year By Dave Buchanan Sunday, April 20, 2014 The Shikar-Safari Club International has recognized a Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer from Steamboat Springs as Colorado’s 2013 Wildlife Officer of the Year.  Libbie Miller, a… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/outdoors/articles/libbie-miller-is-officer-of-the-year

Nucla birders to share Cuba tales

Nucla birders to share Cuba tales The Bee Hummingbird, considered the world’s smallest bird species, is endemic to parts of Cuba. An adult Bee Hummingbird is 2 inches long and weighs 1.6 to 2 grams. A Lincoln penny weighs 2.6 grams. The Bee Hummingbird, considered the world’s smallest bird species, is endemic to parts of […]

Take a kaleidoscope journey through time and earth

Take a kaleidoscope journey through time and earth Morgan Matthews, left, from Durango and her brother Jorde from Fruita found solitude and sunshine while enjoying a lengthy afternoon hike into Rattlesnake Canyon from the Pollock Bench Trail in the Front Country of the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. Morgan Matthews, left, from Durango and her […]

SHEDDING HAPPY TEARS

SHEDDING HAPPY TEARS McNamara delivers RMAC championship for Mesa women’s tennis team Colorado Mesa Univesity’s Natalie Martin hits a shot during the No. 1 singles match Saturday in the RMAC tennis championship dual against Western New Mexico. Colorado Mesa Univesity’s Natalie Martin hits a shot during the No. 1 singles match Saturday in the RMAC […]

24-0: Mavs impossible to beat at Suplizio

24-0: Mavs impossible to beat at Suplizio Tony Audino crosses the plate Saturday with a two-run inside-the-park home run in the second inning at Suplizio Field. His line drive to center got past the Colorado Christian outfielder. CMU’s Roman Chavez watches Audino beat the throw to the plate. Tony Audino crosses the plate Saturday with […]

Mixed-up mad dash makes for wild criterium finish

Mixed-up mad dash makes for wild criterium finish Racers take a line around a corner Saturday during the Women’s A race at the Maverick Classic Downtown Criterium. Racers take a line around a corner Saturday during the Women’s A race at the Maverick Classic Downtown Criterium. By Dale Shrull Sunday, April 20, 2014 The final […]

Zirbel wins ‘race of truth’ time trial in rain

Zirbel wins ‘race of truth’ time trial in rain By Dale Shrull Sunday, April 20, 2014 It’s called the race of truth. One cyclist riding against the clock. No drafting, no help from teammates, no false hopes. The cold, rainy, hard truth in Saturday morning’s… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/zirbel-wins-race-of-truth-time-trial-in-rain

Mavs come up short in final

Mavs come up short in final Colorado Mesa University’s Spencer Weinberg returns a shot in his No. 2 singles match against Western New Mexico on Saturday in the RMAC championship match. Colorado Mesa University’s Spencer Weinberg returns a shot in his No. 2 singles match against Western New Mexico on Saturday in the RMAC championship […]

Mavs split in softball, drop to third in RMAC

Mavs split in softball, drop to third in RMAC By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Colorado Mesa’s softball team remained in position to win the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season title with a doubleheader split Saturday in Spearfish, S.D., but dropped… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/mavs-split-in-softball-drop-to-third-in-rmac

Estep, Price lead Warriors

Estep, Price lead Warriors By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Michael Price hit his first home run of the season Saturday afternoon and Michael Estep threw six innings of one-run baseball to lead Central High School to a 7-1 nonleague victory over Denver… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/estep-price-lead-warriors

THE DEUTSCHE EXPRESS

THE DEUTSCHE EXPRESS Germany’s Horbach dominating the road for CMU cycling team Ariane Horbach knew it would be difficult to make a living as a professional cyclist in Europe, and colleges in Germany don’t have sports programs. She started looking at opportunities at American colleges and was contacted by Colorado Mesa coach Patric Rostel, who […]

CMU softball boxscores, April 19, 2014

CMU softball boxscores, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Colorado Mesa 10, Black Hills St. 0 Saturday at Spearfish, S.D. Game 1 Colorado Mesa (AB-R-H-RBI) Robinson, 1b 4-1-1-0, Schulz, 2b 3-3-2-0, Kovac, ss 4-2-2-3, Severinsen, dh 3-2-1-2,… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/cmu-softball-boxscores-april-19-2014

CMU lacrosse results, April 19, 2014

CMU lacrosse results, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Colorado Mesa 7, Colorado College 5 Men Saturday at Colorado Springs Colorado Mesa 2 0 3 2 — 7 Colorado College 2 0 0 3 — 5 Goals: CMU — Jake Douglas, Mitch Flaherty,… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/cmu-lacrosse-results-april-19-2014

RMAC Tennis Championships, April 19, 2014

RMAC Tennis Championships, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 RMAC Championships Friday at Elliott Tennis Center Men First Round Metro State 5, Colo. Christian 0 CSU-Pueblo 5, Mont. St.-Billings 1 Semifinals Colorado Mesa, Metro State 4 Western… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/rmac-tennis-championships-april-19-2014

CMU baseball boxscore, April 19, 2014

CMU baseball boxscore, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Colorado Mesa 13, Colo. Christian 4 Saturday at Suplizio Field Colo. Christian (AB-R-H-RBI) Silva, cf 4-2-1-0, Hesselberg, 3b 5-1-1-0, Conley, 1b 5-0-2-2, Richardson, dh 3-0-0-0, Landrith,… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/cmu-baseball-boxscore-april-19-2014

Prep baseball results, April 19, 2014

Prep baseball results, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Central 7, Denver North 1 Saturday at Central Denver North 100 000 0 — 1 5 2 Central 100 150 x — 7 9 1 WP — Michael Estep 6 IP, 1 R, 5 H, 2 BB, 5 K. Central —… Source Article […]

Prep soccer results, April 19, 2014

Prep soccer results, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Grand Valley 8, Aspen 0 Saturday at Aspen Halftime score: 3-0 Goals: GV — Ashlynn Speakman 4, Lauren Paskett 2, Kyra Chenoweth, Hanna Cornelius. Goalies, saves: GV — Erin… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/prep-soccer-results-april-19-2014

Maverick Classic Results, April 19, 2014

Maverick Classic Results, April 19, 2014 By Staff Sunday, April 20, 2014 Maverick Classic Downtown Grand Junction Criterium Men’s Collegiate 1. Zack Noonan, Fort Lewis; 2. Morgan Ryan, CMU; 3. Dean Haas, Fort Lewis; 4. George Simpson, CSU; 5. Griffin… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/sports/articles/maverick-classic-results-april-19-2014

What local clergy will focus their sermons on today

What local clergy will focus their sermons on today Parishioners at St. Joseph Catholic Church hold lighted candles at the Saturday night Easter Vigil service in downtown Grand Junction. Parishioners at St. Joseph Catholic Church hold lighted candles at the Saturday night Easter Vigil service in downtown Grand Junction. By Staff Saturday, April 19, 2014 […]

Mormons, Catholics make up lion’s share of local religious followings

Mormons, Catholics make up lion’s share of local religious followings The Rev. Edmundo Valera, center, leads the Easter Vigil service Saturday evening at St. Joseph Catholic Church in downtown Grand Junction. As the Paschal candle is lit from the fire, worshippers form a procession to the entrance of the church. The Rev. Edmundo Valera, center, […]

Front Range wants dibs on river water

Front Range wants dibs on river water By Dennis Webb Saturday, April 19, 2014 A coalition of Front Range water utilities is calling in a letter for assurance that a new transmountain diversion project will be a part of a state plan aimed at filling the anticipated future gap between demand and supply. That desire […]

Economic matters often tied to church attendance

Economic matters often tied to church attendance By Gary Harmon Saturday, April 19, 2014 The congregation of Roca Eterna Iglesia in Grand Junction has seen membership flow — and ebb — with the Grand Valley’s economic fortunes. Roca Eterna Iglesia, 1333 N. 23rd… Source Article from http://www.gjsentinel.com/news/articles/economic-matters-often-tied-to-church-attendance