Grand Junction grad measures his success

DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Grand Junction High School graduate Tsinnijinnie Russell wears a sash made of wrappers from candy, a treat he still gives himself occasionally after losing 100 pounds. Russell, who excelled at speech and debate, has earned a William Daniels scholarship, which he’ll use to pay for his education of University of Colorado at Denver.



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DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Grand Junction High School graduate Tsinnijinnie Russell wears a sash made of wrappers from candy, a treat he still gives himself occasionally after losing 100 pounds. Russell, who excelled at speech and debate, has earned a William Daniels scholarship, which he’ll use to pay for his education of University of Colorado at Denver.

The Tsinnijinnie Russell who walked on Tuesday with 347 of his fellow Grand Junction High School Tigers to claim their diplomas at Stocker Stadium isn’t the same one who walked into the…




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