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Sunday Biz: What’s Inn a name? February 08, 2009

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The look of Horizon Drive will get a change this summer when the venerable Holiday Inn changes names and a new Holiday Inn opens up a few blocks to the west. The current Holiday Inn, 755 Horizon Drive, is the city’s largest hotel, with ...


Sunday Biz Buzz February 08, 2009

By Staff

•  Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air announced last week it will expand its service destinations from the Grand Junction Regional Airport to an unannounced, sunny destination. The destination will be another low-cost, nonstop route, ...


You Said It Column February 07, 2009

By Staff

•  I want to thank whoever puts the pretty designs on the windows during each holiday at the Alpine Bank on Horizon Drive. Beautiful! • The person who recently wrote complaining about the Sentinel showing photos of ...


Defense in fourth lifts ’Dogs to win

By Staff

Defense leads to victories. The Palisade High School girls basketball team proved that theory in the fourth quarter Friday. The Bulldogs held Steamboat Springs to nine points in the quarter to take the 55-48 win in a 4A Western Slope League ...


Briefs: Prep Swimming February 07, 2009

By Staff

At the first day of the Western Slope Championships in Durango, Grand Junction’s Kelsey Schlagel qualified for state in the 100-yard breaststroke. Schlagel has already qualified in the 200-yard freestyle but added to that Friday by ...


Brady’s clutch play lifts GJ to win

By Scott Schlaufman

Fawn Brady saved her best for last. The Grand Junction High School junior, who had 11 points heading into the fourth quarter Saturday, went on a scoring binge with three minutes left in he Tigers’ 55-53 victory over Mountain ...


SPT CHS GIRLS HOOPS 1

4th-quarter rally helps Warriors get past Durango

By Patrick Bahr

For the Central High School girls basketball team, it wasn’t as easy the second time around. After defeating Durango by 35 points two weeks ago, the Warriors had a more difficult time Friday night, surviving four tough quarters to ...


SPT CHS BOYS HOOPS 2

Solid defense helps Central overwhelm Durango

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team has played some pretty games this season — high scoring games, fast-break points and tough defense are the Warriors’ calling card. Friday night against Durango was not very pretty. The ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup February 07, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College men’s basketball team put a productive offense together with its defense. The result was a 78-61 RMAC victory over Adams State on Friday night at Plachy Hall in Alamosa. Mesa State (11-9, 8-4 RMAC) is on a ...


Wildcats steal win against Cortez

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team has lost a few games this season it felt it should have won down the stretch. For a change, the Wildcats may have stolen one from Montezuma-Cortez on Friday. Cortez led for all but onea ...


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