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Applicants at job fair see little to apply for

By Charles Ashby

Lauren Broderick didn’t spend years learning how to be a dental hygienist and then work in that field for more than a decade so she could go back to the restaurant work she did while in college. But that’s what the Grand Junction ...


Two school board candidates oppose mill-levy override

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School District 51 Board of Education candidates Arvan “Jeff” Leany and Ann Tisue said Wednesday they likely will vote against a mill levy override question on the Nov. 1 ballot. The override will appear as Referred Measure 3B and ...


Sentinel seeks reader thoughts on 9/11

By Staff

Given the gravity of the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, the Sentinel is doing something a little different in the You Said It column this Sunday. We are soliciting readers to share their thoughts about 9/11. Do you have a deepened appreciation ...


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Stabbing suspect posts bond, then is arrested again

By Paul Shockley

A combat veteran accused of stabbing four people after becoming upset about fireworks is facing new allegations that he forged a prescription to get drugs from the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Junction. Alejandro Olvera, 25, who ...


Enrollment dips at high schools within D51

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School District 51 administrators still are predicting flat enrollment for 2011–12 despite counting 39 fewer students Tuesday than they did the day after Labor Day 2010. On Aug. 30, the district counted 21,123 students, a 38-person ...


Organic farm plans big solar project

By Dennis Webb

The developer of an organic farm southeast of Rifle won approval Tuesday to build what he believes would be the largest privately owned solar-energy project in Colorado. Garfield County commissioners approved a proposal by Eagle Springs ...


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Palisade farmers weigh in with heavy crop of peaches

By Amy Hamilton

Farmers in Palisade have been producing some monster peaches this season, but Robert Helmer’s more than two decades in farming never produced the mammoth peach he now holds proudly. The Cresthaven peach that came through the packing ...


Buck campaigning again, pushes budget amendment

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Ken Buck, who sought unsuccessfully to unseat Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., last year, will campaign again in Grand Junction, this time for a balanced-budget amendment. An amendment to the Constitution requiring a balanced budget has struck a ...


6-month sales, use tax revenue for city up 9.2%

By Amy Hamilton

Residents and visitors of Grand Junction are fond of shopping, but they really loved buying furniture and appliances this year. Tax collections on sales of furniture and appliances in Grand Junction increased 37.2 percent for the first half ...


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Library looks at facility expansion

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Unwilling to ask voters for a tax increase for new construction and unable to generate any momentum thus far on the redevelopment of several blocks of the northern end of downtown Grand Junction, Mesa County Public Library District officials ...


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