120 Days: 1993

Lena and Carter Elliott see years of dedication appreciated as the Tennis Center at Mesa State is named in their honor in 1993.

Duffers score when the new Adobe Creek Golf Course opens near Fruita. It becomes Mesa County’s fifth course.

Residents in the Ridges vote to become annexed into the city of Grand Junction.

Reynolds Polymer Technology is another success story for the Economic Development Council. Alpine Bank moves into the Valley Federal Plaza.

Grand Valley Hospice is established by local health care leaders, and U.S. Magistrate Jim Robb is awarded the Outstanding Public Service Award by the Colorado Bar Association for his many community contributions.

The Union Depot and the St. Regis Hotel are added to the National Register of Historic Places.

To view an ongoing photo gallery of The Daily Sentinel’s 120 years project, go to GJSentinel.com.


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