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102810 Cemetery workers

Spook hunters OK, busy cemetery workers say; but beware, clear out by 10 at night

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In the next few days, David Nave expects to be buried in work. For reasons unknown to him, springtime and late October and early November are the busiest times of year for burials at Orchard Mesa Cemetery. As cemetery crew leader, Nave, 47, ...

Traffic Alert, Oct. 31, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: CDOT Widening of Interstate 70 Business This project will widen I-70B between 24 Road and 24 3/4 Road. Concrete work will continue on the north side of the ...

Police seek driver after hit-and-run accident

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police are seeking a driver in an early Saturday morning hit-and-run crash in Fruitvale that injured three teenage passengers. Five teenagers were traveling in a Honda Civic at 4 a.m. on Hermosa Court off 29 Road, when the ...

For the Record, Oct. 30, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Jonathon and Ashley Legrand, Grand Junction, a son, Oct. 6. John and ReBecca Foster, Fruita, a daughter, Oct. 12. Brian Colvin and Jennifer Greenwood, Grand Junction, a daughter, Oct. 13. Nebiyou and Julie ...

TOYS FOR TOTS H 102910 958

No Toys for Tots in Grand Junction this year

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After filling the stockings of tens of thousands of less-fortunate Western Slope children with toys for more than 20 years, the Toys for Tots drive in Grand Junction will stall this year because of a lack of communication between the national ...

102101 Bank

Banks may charge for services that once were free

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With revenue slipping, banks may follow the lead of airlines and start charging fees for services customers once took for granted. The challenge is to do so without angering as many people as the airlines did, said Alpine Bank Regional ...

Those who served country get a little help in return

By Amy Hamilton

Before Friday, Vietnam War veteran Butch Higgs had never known that an event to help homeless veterans even existed. Winding through the booths set up at the Elks Lodge, 249 S. Fourth St., during the annual Stand Down for Homeless Veterans ...

ATV rider died of heart problems

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who died Thursday riding an all-terrain vehicle near De Beque had suffered from advanced heart disease and wasn’t injured in an accident involving the ATV, the Mesa County Coroner’s office said Friday. The ...

Low price, high supply upsets firm’s drilling plans

By Dennis Webb

Williams has backed off plans to significantly expand its Piceance Basin drilling next year, citing continued softness in natural gas prices. The company, which is running a dozen rigs locally, now is planning to operate 11 next ...

Candidates sweep across Western Slope on last weekend before election D-Day

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The two Democrats looking to remain in Congress visited western Colorado on Thursday and Friday, just in time to clear the way for the two Republicans running to replace them. U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., rallied with about 30 supporters ...

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