Left field cool-off for kids

Tease Image
Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Children were treated to a cool-off between innings in the left field bleachers during the Grand Junction Rockies game Sunday afternoon.
There is always extra entertainment for the kids during the games such as dancing with mascot Corky and a Kids’ Zone which includes an inflatable jump house and other games. 
On Sunday, Grand Junction rallied but lost to Ogden 5-4 at Suplizio Field despite the best efforts of pitcher Parker French, who surrendered his first walk of the season.

Gates to stay up, TSA says

A Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority committee thought it was getting close to an agreement with the Transportation Security Administration that would allow it finally to take down the airport’s perimeter security gates.


Click here to read all our Vacationland articles.



  • Photo Gallery
    Social Jct.- Color Dash
    Color Dash Social junction

    Teams of runners run a colorful 5K in support of Mesa County Partners.

  • Lifestyle
    Snack pack
    072715snackpack

    Generations of families have enjoyed feeding the chipmunks at Land’s End.

  • Outdoors
    Hopping labs
    072715frogs

    Frogs are a key species in making healthy wetlands.

  • Article
    Reputations to protect
    072715triptease

    Local hotel owners take control of their online standing.

  • Local
    Back To School
    072015schooltab

    Important information for District 51 parents to know about the new school year.

  • Photo Gallery
    Week in Sports
    Taco-B-Kitzman-072215_tease

    Olympic racquetball hopeful, hot Taco Bell tennis, disc golf challenge.


NEWS »
OPINION »

SPORTS & OUTDOORS »
LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT »

POLL
What do you think of Donald Trump's campaign so far?


Search More Jobs


NIE
Newspapers In Education


COLORADO »
NATION »
NIE













THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Advertiser Tearsheet
Information

© 2015 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy