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Tigers’ roar

By Tim Harty

Are you here to yell or play tennis, Broomfield? Ian Hegstrom and Matt Miller admitted they were a little annoyed by the loud vocalization of emotion coming from Broomfield’s Peter Hristoff and Caleb Penner during their Class 5A Region ...

Tips for taking care of weeping mulberry

By Dennis Hill

How do I maintain a weeping mulberry tree? Should it be thinned? It droops all the way to the ground. Does it need to be supported more on the top of it? — Mary You’ve asked a good question, one that many people wonder about. ...

Take the hose to those fall webworms

By Erin McIntyre

We took the dog for a walk along the Colorado Riverfront Trail by Connected Lakes last week, and all these tiny caterpillars kept crossing our path. They seemed to come from nowhere and took their mission seriously — to get off the ...

Blotter, Oct. 10, 2015

By Staff

Brush fire near Silt Crews contained a brush fire south of Silt Friday afternoon. Rob Jones, operations chief for Colorado River Fire Rescue, said it occurred off Garfield County Road 342, or Fairview Road. Crews were called at 1:20 p.m. ...

Free Press to cease publication; last edition coming out Oct. 16

By Staff

The Grand Junction Free Press will publish its last edition on Oct. 16. Ben Rogers, the general manager of the weekly newspaper, announced the closure in an editorial column Friday. “When we looked at the Free Press as a business and ...


Sentinel editor’s time with jet set likely his last

By Andy Smith

The flight surgeon suggested no Dramamine. There was a sound medical reason for this advice, but I don’t remember it because anxiety was getting the better of my faculties during my pre-flight orientation. But I think it boiled down to ...


Longtime activist for GOP dies

By Charles Ashby

Judith Allen Burford, the first woman chairwoman of the Mesa County Republican Party and a well-known volunteer and Western Slope rancher, died Thursday after a long battle with cancer. She was 88. Burford was well known throughout western ...


Missing Grand Junction woman found safe

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction woman reported missing after she walked away from a local homeless shelter nearly two weeks ago has been found safe. Police said 28-year-old Heather Fullerton was found at a park on Orchard Mesa on ...

Would-be entrepreneurs to work on ideas

By Charles Ashby

Would-be entrepreneurs from all over the Western Slope are gathering in Montrose this weekend to work out ideas for startup companies to operate in the region. It’s all part of the first-ever multi-city Western Colorado Startup Weekend, ...

For the record, Oct. 10, 2015

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Luke and Amber Mason, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 14. Damon Coglietti and Michelle Aarness, Fruita, a daughter, Sept. 15. Justin and Jodi Perkins, Grand Junction, a son, Sept. 15. Phillip and Kylee ...

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