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Canaday photographed lives of area residents, dead at 62

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Dave Canaday, whose photography studio in downtown Grand Junction paid homage to local history even as he captured many residents for their most important events, died Sunday. Canaday was 62. Canaday and his wife, Victoria, operated Studio ...


Boy to be charged as adult in slashing at school

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The juvenile accused of slashing the throat of a Montrose High School student faces a charge as an adult of attempted first-degree murder and two related conspiracy charges. Michael Yates, 14, has been held at the Grand Mesa Youth Services ...


Halliburton digs in at former Cameo coal mine

By Staff

Halliburton is expanding its sand-storage operations in the Cameo area of De Beque Canyon. The worldwide energy-services company, based in Texas, is converting the former Snowcap Coal Co. site in Cameo, located about five miles east of Grand ...


DE BEQUE RV PARK 2 11-30

De Beque RV park gives way to gravel pit amid code violations

By Staff

For two years a Mesa County Code Enforcement Department case against a recreational-vehicle campground north of Interstate 70 and three miles south of De Beque has gathered dust. Early in 2007, the Mesa County Health Department cited the ...


Powderhorn Resort names new chief operating officer

By Staff

Powderhorn Ski Resort has a new front-line officer on board. Andrea Reynolds, formerly the company’s human resources director, is taking on more of the day-to-day operations as the new chief operating officer for the resort. Meanwhile, ...


Crash closes store a few days

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 59-year-old woman was not seriously injured Sunday when the Toyota she was driving crashed into a shoe store, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Shortly before noon, police and the Grand Junction Fire Department responded  ...


ALT CHRISTMAS FAIR 11-24

Fair shows another way of giving for the holidays

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nick Stubler didn’t know receiving extra credit would change his life. In exchange for 15 exam points in his AP Human Geography class at Fruita 8/9 School, Nick set up a booth at Sunday’s Alternative Christmas Fair at the parish ...


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Fix-it guy helped keep Sentinel running

By Melinda Mawdsley

Duke Langford was a do-it-yourself kind of guy. When the lawn mower was broken or the electricity wasn’t working, he didn’t like to call for help, his wife said. When something needed fixing in The Daily Sentinel pressroom ...


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Crews repair large hole after waterline break at intersection

By Melinda Mawdsley

A water main break Sunday morning affected homes and businesses in west Grand Junction and left a gaping hole at a busy city intersection. A 12-inch main waterline at the intersection of 25 and Patterson roads burst early Sunday morning, ...


DINO WORK 11-22

$366,000 needed to revive three museum locations

By Staff

The dinosaurs at Dinosaur Journey are in terrible shape. Repairs to the gears and motors that make the mechanical monsters come to life will cost an estimated $27,000, according to museum officials. But the repairs are just the tip of the ...


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