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Gunther’s determination rallies Bulldogs past Huskies

By Staff

When it comes to crunch time, Palisade basketball player Kane Gunther is determined to win. Thursday at the Warrior Challenge at Central High School, Gunther led the Bulldogs to a 54-52 win. But it wasn’t easy. Palisade was trailing ...


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Up to the challenge: Pollock, Daniels lead Wildcats past Bears at Warrior Challenge

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This season is T.J. Pollock and Tyler Daniels’ chance to show what they can do. After coming off the bench in much smaller roles last year, the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team captains led the Wildcats to a ...


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Conference call: Mesa hoops teams ready to start RMAC play

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Preseason? What preseason? In the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, “preseason” is short and sweet. Two weeks, three or four games, and it’s time to start keeping score against other RMAC basketball teams. “If we ...


Local briefs, Dec. 4, 2009

By Staff

Elementary schools plan craft shows Two elementary schools will sponsor holiday craft shows Saturday. New Emerson fifth-grade students’ craft show is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gym at 2660 Unaweep Ave., featuring arts, crafts, food, ...


Climate of concern

By The Daily Sentinel

To hear some folks tell it, including White House officials, the e-mail controversy now known as “Climategate” is just a tempest in a teapot. Except it’s not. It raises serious questions about objective scientific inquiry, ...


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Church offers free lunches to students

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Shane Doudy and Andrew Bell look forward to having a lighter meal and a heavier wallet once a week, thanks to the free lunch offered each Tuesday to Grand Junction High School students in the basement of New Life Christian Church. “It ...


No bidders at train depot auction

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction’s historic railroad depot at 119 Pitkin Ave. failed to find a buyer at a foreclosure auction Wednesday at the Mesa County Public Trustee office. The 103-year-old depot didn’t even attract a bidder. Foreclosure ...


Police: Six people face charges in drunken multi-story plunge

By Paul Shockley

Six people have been charged or face charges after two of them were hurt in an alleged alcohol-fueled tumble off an abandoned four-story building, Montrose police said Wednesday. Stephanie Pickett, 19, of Montrose, was issued a summons on ...


Blotter, Dec. 3, 2009

By Staff

Officer obstruction alleged Amanda Jolene Eddy, 23, 585 25 /12 Road, No. 204, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of two counts of aiding an escapee, possession of a controlled substance and obstruction of an officer, according to the Mesa ...


Clifton man guilty of sexual assault on young girl

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who attempted suicide in the face of child-sex-assault allegations was found guilty by a jury Wednesday. Daniel John Lyons, 35, was convicted on two counts of sexual assault on a child, two counts of sexual assault on a child as ...


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