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Death Notice, Jan. 23, 2012

By Staff

Richard W. Oversteg, 96, Montrose, died Jan. 22, 2012. A private family service is planned later at Gunnison Cemetery. Mr. Oversteg owned a John Deere dealership. Survivors include a son, Jay of Grand Junction, and a sister, Iva Belle ...


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Week’s Photos for Jan. 22-28, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Images captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Unemployment insurance program in drastic need of revision

By Josh Penry

If you’re looking for evidence of the certifiable train-wreck of misplaced policy and inefficiency in government, look no further then the nation’s system of providing direct payments to the many Americans who are unemployed. ...


Western Slope can achieve a cleaner, cheaper energy future

By Guest Columnist

By Gretchen Nicholoff In the North Fork Valley of the Gunnison River, where I live, coal mines have long been an integral part of our history and community, as they probably will continue to be for many years to come. But the North Fork ...


Man wins full parole board hearing in 1982 GJ murder of sister-in-law

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Relatives of a woman who was stabbed to death in front of her sons in 1982 are marshaling opposition to parole for the man serving a life sentence for her vicious murder. James Drake, 57, last week won consideration for parole by the full ...


Quality athletes the focus for Martin’s first recruiting class

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Colorado Mesa University went two months without a head football coach, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the Mavericks have fallen behind in the recruiting process. New head coach Russ Martin took his contacts and combined them with ...


Trio leads GJ to victory at Norse invite

By Staff

Grand Junction High School won the Northglenn Norse Invitational on Saturday and had three first-place individual finishers: Jacob Trujillo (120 pounds), Dylon Thompson (138) and Gage Casey (170). In the 120-pound championship, Trujillo, a ...


GJ Rockies to buy uniforms for county high schools

By Staff

The Grand Junction Rockies have pledged to purchase new uniform for high school baseball and softball teams in Mesa County the next 12 years. In a release Saturday, the Rockies said the club will buy 25 uniforms (home and away) for varsity ...


Mavs snap 5-game road losing streak

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s men’s basketball team has had opportunities to steal a couple of wins on the road this season, but it didn’t happen. Saturday, it happened. Sophomore guard Kevin Screen hit two free throws with ...


Mavs fall without Duncan, Selsor

By Staff

With only a shootaround earlier in the day to adjust to a new lineup, the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team did everything coach Roger Walters asked Saturday. The Mavericks, playing without two of their top six players, ...


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