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St. Mary’s Medical Center hosts 2nd Western Colorado Cancer Day

By Joe Vaccarelli

Suzette Byrd remembers the shock of when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer about three years ago. “You almost don’t hear anything,” she said. On Saturday, Byrd was surrounded by people who knew exactly how she ...


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Kathy Jordan’s history columns are in book published by her husband

By Bob Silbernagel

“The honeymoon was over for newlyweds Sam McMullin and Mazie Lightfoot, when Sam died at the couple’s home the morning Nov. 15, 1946,” the late Kathy Jordan wrote in a history column for The Daily Sentinel in December of ...


PERA gathering covers possible system changes

By Charles Ashby

Officials with the state’s largest public employee retirement system will be in Grand Junction on Monday to talk about their proposed legislative plan that would modify benefits for retirees and current and future government workers. ...


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Get away

By Kelly Slivka

So we’re in the lull. Fall rain can leave our mountain bikes hanging and hiking shoes stuck in the closet as the upper slopes of the hills around the Grand Valley become slick with mud and some snow. And although we’re itching to ...


Briefs, Oct. 15, 2017

By Staff

Community Food Bank joins grocery rescue group The Community Food Bank joined the Food Bank of the Rockies Grocery Rescue Program and has installed a commercial three-door freezer at its 562 W. Crete Circle, Suite 102. The grocery rescue ...


You Said It, Oct. 15, 2017

By Staff

To the people griping about the air show: Get over it! It’s because of those fighter jets and pilots that you have the freedoms you have in this country. And for every kid scared by the noise, there were thousands at the air show who ...


Getting It Right, Oct. 15, 2017

By Staff

A headline on page 1A Saturday should have said that Timothy Stubbs received a seven-year sentence for tax evasion.  ...


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Blotter, Oct. 15, 2017

By Staff

Fruita police seek details about September burglary Fruita police are asking for the public’s help in locating burglary suspects from a Sept. 18 incident that resulted in $30,000 in lost property and damages. The burglary occurred ...


Horse, of course, is great way to take in fall colors

By Charlé Thibodeau

My eyes were immediately drawn to the photograph in a recent Daily Sentinel depicting the snow-capped trees, majestically standing above brilliant yellow forests in the foreground. Gazing at the picture, I reflected on how fortunate we are to ...


It’s best to wait to prune your shrubs

By Dennis Hill

When is the best time to prune golden vicary privet and bridal wreath spirea? The privets are on the south side of the house and have had a rough summer due to heat and drought. We have given them a little extra water. The spireas look great ...


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