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Getting it Right, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Regarding Wednesday’s article “City might put river-area acreage up for sale,” Grand Junction City Council members Monday discussed putting 13.55 acres of land around Riverside Parkway in south downtown up for sale but ...


Bryce Harper showing his potential for Southern Nevada

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This season has been anything but normal for the College of Southern Nevada. There were 120 scouts for the season-opening weekend and hundreds of media requests for 17-year-old phenom Bryce Harper. Harper, who quit high school and passed a ...


Blotter, March 18, 2010

By Staff

$1,000 car stolen Someone stole a vehicle valued at more than $1,000 from the 500 block of West Ute Avenue on Tuesday, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department: Jacob Ray ...


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Smooth start: Heil’s presence helps Wildcats get season off on right foot

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The Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team is going to find its transition from one united Grand Valley team is going to be a lot easier because of Katie Heil. Wednesday at Canyon View Park in the first Fruita Monument girls lacrosse ...


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Portrait @ Play, March 21, 2010

By Staff

Last edition of the special section.  ...


E-mail letters, March 17, 2010

By Staff

Who is Bob Hislop? Is candidate Bob Hislop a real conservative? We have seen letters describing him as a dedicated conservative. However, sometimes you are judged by the company you keep. Would a dedicated conservative have a posting on a ...


Printed letters, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Local veterans hospital could be national model I am a veteran of that Asian “police action” in the late 1960s. Since coming back home in 1970, I have had the opportunity to visit a number of Veterans Affairs hospitals across the ...


Surprises from an old system

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s caucus system is definitely dated, a relic from the 19th century that few states use anymore. A number of pundits and political leaders have talked for years of scrapping the caucus system in favor of something more modern ...


A prison peak?

By The Daily Sentinel

The prison population in the United States dropped ever so slightly in 2009, for the first time since 1972. And there are indications last year’s numbers could signal a sustained trend in prison populations. That’s the good news. ...


UPDATE: 35-year-old GJ man hurt in avalanche

By Amy Hamilton

A 35-year-old Grand Junction man was injured during a Wednesday afternoon avalanche on Grand Mesa. Another Grand Junction woman, Ann Driggers, was with Seth Anderson at the time of avalanche but was not injured, according to the Mesa County ...


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