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GJ police, fire departments to race for charity

By Allen Gemaehlich

On the streets they help each other out, but this weekend, members of the Grand Junction Police Department and Grand Junction Fire Department will compete against each other for a good cause. The Grand Junction Peace Officers Association and ...


Kennedy legacy appears lost today

By The Daily Sentinel

Sen. Edward Kennedy, who died Tuesday of a brain tumor, was loved by millions of people and reviled by almost as many. But even his longtime opponents respected one aspect of his political character — his ability to work with people of ...


Armchair lawmakers

By The Daily Sentinel

There is something interesting, to say the least, in state lawmakers raising questions about budget cuts now being made by Gov. Bill Ritter to deal with an estimated shortfall of more than $300 million in this year’s budget and a ...


Post office changes GJ mail routes

By Emily Shockley

Some Grand Junction residents could receive their mail at a different time of the day starting Saturday. There will be postal route changes in the 81501, 81503, 81504, 81505 and 81506 ZIP code areas. Residents may have different mail ...


Colorado friends recall late senator

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Americans living far from Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., might have thought they knew all about Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. They were all off the mark, said Ben Nighthorse Campbell, who as a Democrat and a Republican called Kennedy a ...


Plea deal struck in fatal crash

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A Fruita man pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing a woman in a 2006 drunken-driving accident but may avoid jail time, a possibility that upsets the family of the victim. Jade Huskey, 28, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide, driving while ...


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World War II vets humbled by heroes’ reception

By Melinda Mawdsley

Cleo Elliott and Bob Strong received the welcome home reception of their dreams Wednesday. Thousands packed the Grand Junction Regional Airport terminal to cheer for the more than 100 area World War II veterans who returned to Grand Junction ...


Feds indict local man in artifacts theft case

By Paul Shockley

An Orchard Mesa man whose home was searched in June as part of a multistate investigation of stolen artifacts from federal lands has been formally charged. Robert B. Knowlton, 66, 1602 Dolores St., was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand ...


Homes Sold August 2009

By Penny Stine

August 5-11, 2009 Fruita 1144 Cherrywood Avenue $50,000.00 1123 Cherrywood Avenue $50,000.00 203 Honeysuckle Circle $109,000.00 1129 Powell Street $188,000.00 505 Sabil Drive $199,460.00 544 Corn Maiden $221,050.00 Montrose 2117 A Winston ...


As summer winds to a close, the hatch chase leads to White River

By Dave Buchanan

MEEKER — Late August brings a faint sense of ending, a pending culmination of a summer’s worth of intensity winding down into soft afternoons of slanting light amid shades of red and orange. Since mid-April we’ve chased ...


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