Western Colorado

Page 1642 of 2476


Japanese students 042011

Japanese students immerse themselves in American culture at Clifton school

By {screen_name}

It has been Kanako Horie’s dream to study in America since she first heard her mother speak English. “I thought it was so cool,” Horie said. The 16-year-old’s dream came true last fall when she arrived at Christian ...


042211 Mesa Land Trust

Fruitlands Forever protects Palisade farms

By {screen_name}

Bruce Talbott is a fifth-generation Palisade fruit grower, his surname synonymous with the Grand Valley’s renowned fruit industry. He’d like for his children to be the sixth generation to carry on with the business. It’s ...


Man’s death in desert was a homicide

By Staff

The death of a 50-year-old man in the desert this weekend has been ruled a homicide by the Mesa County Coroner’s Office, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Police believe the deceased, David Albert Gerry of Grand ...


Cost for new roof on jail: $653,000

By {screen_name}

Mesa County commissioners awarded a $653,000 contract Monday to a Delta contractor to replace the roof that covers the Sheriff’s Department and jail. Odyssey Roofing’s bid came in the lowest of the five bids received by the county ...


Democrats scuttle redistricting panel

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Senate co-chairman of a bipartisan panel on congressional redistricting officially called an end to the panel’s work Monday. Sen. Rollie Heath said he plans to introduce a map of his own. The Boulder Democrat said it ...


Health-care exchange wins an early approval

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The idea of creating health care exchanges in Colorado didn’t become controversial until Congress approved a health insurance reform measure last year, Senate Democrats said Monday. So why would it be now, asked Sen. ...


8 area students named Daniels Fund scholars

By {screen_name}

Two Grand Valley students are among the 267 students picked this year to receive a Daniels Fund scholarship. Amy Gekas of Palisade High School and Garrick Lemley of Grand Junction High School will receive scholarship money to attend the ...


BLM revises Oxbow mining report for comments

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A revised environmental assessment that would allow Oxbow Mining LLC to mine approximately 800 acres for nearly 3.8 million tons of coal is available again for public comment. The comment period ends May 9. The original ...


Cleanup pickers 042411

People have pick of items left at curb for annual pickup by city

By Amy Hamilton

You can tell what the drivers are up to by the way the cars and trucks creep through neighborhoods. It’s a giveaway when the brake lights flash on and off all along the block and a head peeks out to scan the piles left by the curb. In ...


042211 Bike Park

Fruita soon to open two new parks

By {screen_name}

Fruita will soon open two new parks at the south end of the city, offering a place to play for mountain bikers who have had to go elsewhere in the Grand Valley to get their single-track fix. City officials expect to spend just shy of $194,000 ...


Page 1642 of 2476




TOP JOBS




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

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy