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Linehan trains by chasing spot on wall

By Staff

The roads in Crested Butte were still a little snowy last week, even before this week’s latest front moved in. As always, it’s been a little hard for the Crested Butte Community School track team to train outside. Jack Linehan is ...


Glenwood uses two early goals to overcome weather, Palisade

By Staff

Looking outside the windows of Glenwood Springs High School on Thursday, the Demons girls soccer team wasn’t sure it was going to play its scheduled game with Palisade. “It was kind of a whiteout in Glenwood,” Demon forward ...


Quarterback, running back positions up for grabs for Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College football team begins spring practice Saturday with several positions up for grabs. “This spring is really big,” Mesa State coach Joe Ramunno said. “(Darin) Robidoux, (Bill) Stafford and Miles ...


Briefs: Local News March 27, 2009

By Staff

Casino fundraiser tonight at college • The Mesa State College Foundation will have its second Casino Night from 5 to 10 p.m. today in Saunders Fieldhouse on the Mesa State College campus. Tickets are $60 per person and include ...


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Hospital crane coming down

By Staff

The tallest structure in the valley is about to be laid low. Dismantling began Thursday morning on the orange crane that stretched high over St. Mary’s Hospital’s Century expansion and remodeling project for almost two years. But ...


Death Notices: March 27, 2009

By Staff

•  Betty Louise Buford, 78, Grand Junction, died March 26, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. A graveside service will take place at 2 p.m. today in the municipal section of Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Ms. Buford was a ...


Chemical mix causes mailbox to emit smoke

By Carrie Marfitano

A juice bottle filled with chemicals that caused the bottle to expand and smoke brought authorities to a mailbox on the Redlands Thursday. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a mailbox near the intersection of ...


Dominguez receives legislative thumbs-up

By The Daily Sentinel

After several unsuccessful attempts by supporters to win approval in both houses of Congress, the massive omnibus public lands bill passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday and is on its way to President Barack Obama’s ...


March snow madness returns to metro area

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Valley experienced a modest dose of winter in this first full week of spring. The rest of the state wasn’t so lucky. Thursday’s blizzard pummeled the mountains, creating travel problems from the San Juan Mountains in the ...


Phish lures thousands to Red Rocks gigs

By Staff

Some people may think packing a lunch, a fold-up chair and extra layers of clothing, driving from Gunnison to Grand Junction and waiting for seven hours at Mesa Mall for tickets to this summer’s Phish concerts in Colorado is crazy. Of ...


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