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Remember when it rained mud?

By Dave Buchanan

April showers may bring May flowers, but this year they also brought dust storms that smudged your windows and turned skies rust-red. The layers of dust, along with higher than normal temperatures, are combining to make the winter’s ...


Construction to begin on Hooters

By Carrie Marfitano

Construction to build a Hooters restaurant and an accompanying strip mall across from the Wal-Mart on North Avenue is scheduled to begin in June, said Stacey Cook, Realtor for the site and a partner of the developer, In and Out LLC. Work ...


Montrose dairy reopens 3 weeks after closure over raw milk concerns

By Staff

The Kinikin Corner Dairy in Montrose is back in business, three weeks after the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment closed it. “Ninety-nine percent of our customers have stayed with us, and most of them have been ...


Man gets 12 years in cop confrontation; sentence could be cut

By Paul Shockley

A man who tried to run over an off-duty Grand Junction police officer will have a shot at a reduction in his 12-year prison sentence, according to the terms of a plea agreement. Corey Marcella, 23, of Grand Junction was sentenced Tuesday ...


Day Spa and Salon to close Friday

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The last day for the Day Spa and Salon in the former Grand Junction Athletic Club building will be Friday, unless a buyer emerges to keep it in its familiar location off Patterson Road. “There are people who are interested in buying the ...


Gateway Resort wins air tour approval

By Staff

Gateway Canyons Resort owner John Hendricks made a rare appearance to testify at a county hearing, then watched his proposal for commercial air tours take flight. The Mesa County Commission, after a four-hour hearing Tuesday, approved the ...


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Keep love of learning, Palisade class told

By Carrie Marfitano

What will I become? That’s the question Palisade High School graduation speaker, Matt Borgmann, a fifth-year social-studies teacher at the school, tried to help the class of 2009 answer at Tuesday evening’s commencement. He told ...


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‘We are the Tigers. … This is our time’

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Urged on to reach for greatness by its co-valedictorians, the Grand Junction High School Class of 2009 graduated Tuesday at Stocker Stadium. Looking out on the rest of the class of 330, one of the valedictorians, Olivia Moran, said she saw ...


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Fruita graduates put best feet forward

By Amy Hamilton

Nobody had to tell Fruita Monument High School seniors Rachel Smith and Cassandra Geske to break a leg Tuesday on graduation day. They’d already done that. “Put your best foot forward even if it is broken,” Geske said with a ...


Derby horse co-owner, father embroiled in Alaska scandal

By Paul Shockley

The co-owner of the Kentucky Derby longshot winner also owns a ranch in Grand Junction off 24 Road, according to Mesa County Assessor records reviewed by The Daily Sentinel. Mark J. Allen, whose 50-to-1 horse, Mine That Bird, came from behind ...


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