Members of the High Desert Opera gave the public a sneak peek at their upcoming show, “The Secret Garden” at the Mesa County Library Tuesday night. The show will be on Dec. 31 and Jan. 3 at the Robinson Theatre at Colorado Mesa University.
Take a look at out best sports and outdoors photos from the week of December 14-20, 2014.
Our best news and feature photos for the week of December 14-20, 2014.
An honor guard of Air Force soldiers carries Capt. William DuBois’ casket from the charter jet that brought him home to the Western Slope to a waiting hearse Thursday. A procession carried the soldier’s body from WestStar Aviation at Grand Junction Regional Airport down Horizon Drive and 12th Street to a funeral home on Grand Avenue. Along the route, clusters of people gathered to pay tribute to the fallen soldier. On Sunday the funeral for the fallen Air Force captain
The 2014 Olde Fashioned Christmas took place in downtown Palisade last weekend. On Main Street, the fun included a holiday marketplace, venders, entertainment, and carriage rides.
Take a look at out best sports and outdoors photos from the week of December 7-13, 2014.
Our best news and feature photos for the week of December 7-13, 2014.
The 31st annual Parade of Lights along Main Street in downtown Grand Junction took place Saturday evening. Thousands packed the parade route with some spots on the route as much as 20 spectators deep on Main Street. The parade started on Ninth Street and went east to First Street.
Daily Sentinel readers submitted community photos during December 2014.
Take a look at out best sports and outdoors photos from the week of November 30-December 6, 2014.
The funeral procession for Capt. William DuBois.
The Centennial Band surprised diners at the noon meal at the Catholic Outreach Soup Kitchen.
A speedy version of Christmas tree decorating from the Daily Sentinel’s newsroom.
Are fruitcakes indestructible? We put some to the test.
The CMU volleyball team uses homecourt advantage to reach regional title match.
Jazz guitarist Collin “C.L.” Reese plays in his Grand Junction home.
Members of Grand Junction’s postal unions protested as part of the National Day of Action for postal workers.
Area dancers demonstrate variety of styles.
Grand Junction’s oldest church, the Handy Chapel, now has a bell for the first time in 75 years.
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