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Desert bighorn thrive atop precipitous cliffs

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the 10th in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. The desert bighorn sheep is a relative newcomer to this rocky old neighborhood of deer, coyotes, ...

Mortgage processor to close office within GJ branch

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Bank of America Corp. will close its mortgage fulfillment office within its Home Loans branch in Grand Junction at the end of this month, another sign of the toll the downturn in the housing market has taken. The closure of the office will ...

Death Notices, April 20, 2011

By Staff

Marie Anna Allen, 90, Delta, died April 15, 2011, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. No services will take place at this time. Survivors include daughters Diane Pilant of Loveland and Patty Salazar of Delta, four grandchildren, and four ...

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Enstrom’s egg decorating

By Gretel Daugherty

Delicious decorating of the annual chocolate Easter eggs available at Enstrom’s.  ...

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Former county case manager sentenced in sex case with client

By Paul Shockley

A former case manager at Mesa County Community Corrections was sentenced today to serve 80 hours of useful public service for having an alleged sexual relationship with a former client. The sentence came amid questions on whether the ...


Willie Nelson cancels GJ concert

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Country music star Willie Nelson has canceled his Grand Junction concert, which was scheduled for Friday at Two Rivers Convention Center. The singer’s website,, says Nelson’s concerts scheduled between ...

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Bond reduction denied for father jailed in baby’s death

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton father was advised by friends after his arrest that he should have fled to Mexico before facing arrest in connection with the Oxycodone overdose death of his infant daughter, a prosecutor said Tuesday. District Judge Valerie Robison ...

Stay on track with Colorado roadless rule

By The Daily Sentinel

Ten years after President Bill Clinton designated more than 50 million acres of national forest lands as roadless — including more than 4 million in Colorado — and six years after Colorado began developing its own management plan ...

Printed letters, April 20, 2011

By Staff

Generally, people on the political left in our country oppose capital punishment, but support abortion, while people on the political right oppose abortion, but support capital punishment. Isn’t there an incongruity within each of these ...

District’s budget math is all about subtraction

By The Daily Sentinel

Most of the cuts School District 51 has made over the past few years to deal with declining state revenue have come in areas not readily apparent to the average citizen. That won’t be the case when school begins next fall. Parents, ...

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