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Having trouble logging in? Here's a video tutorial for logging into the Daily Sentinel's e-edition and accessing it as a subscriber. [Read More]
Since The Daily Sentinel has gone to digital-only delivery on Monday and Tuesday, we've received plenty of feedback and questions. [Read More]
Chris Riley wasn't very good when he played Little League baseball. [Read More]
Hunter Norman was a regular at Tony Mendes' practice pen in Fruita. [Read More]
There are roughly 1,900 miles between Denver and Hartford, Connecticut. [Read More]
Two major transitions in Zach Hall's baseball career, one past and one future, involve Suplizio Field. [Read More]
Anna Mercado counted on her hands before running out of fingers and saying "a long time." [Read More]
Community members and Lexington Police officers bring goodwill and fun to the Finch Park softball complex Wednesday during the Community Softball Game that collects food... [Read More]
For the first time all week at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, Chipola College (Florida) didn't start strong. [Read More]
The 36th straight victory was the sweetest yet for the Iowa Western Community College baseball team. It also came against the best opponent they've faced... [Read More]
Leadership isn't only for upperclassmen. [Read More]
Walker Field went from peak noise levels to stunned silence in roughly 15 minutes Tuesday night. [Read More]
The Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team has outscored its opponents 19-0 over six Southwestern League games. [Read More]
The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team wanted to set the tone early Thursday in its rivalry match with Grand Junction. [Read More]
It didn't matter where the build-up came from for the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team Tuesday night. The Wildcats found a way to... [Read More]
With Southwestern League play right around the corner, the Central High School baseball team is still trying to find traction. [Read More]
After six years building a consistent contender, Palisade High School girls basketball coach Danielle Bagwell said Tuesday that she resigned from the post. [Read More]
The Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team is still working out kinks under a new coaching staff. [Read More]
At this point, Justin Little is sick of moral victories. [Read More]
On the fridge at the Wells household hangs a quote attributed to legendary college basketball coach Don Meyer. [Read More]
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