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Briefs: Sports State Track May 17, 2009

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — As usual, there are those in favor of change and those who like the status quo. Officials helping conduct this week’s state track & field championships have, in general, given positive reviews to this year’s ...


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Lane seven good for GJ’s Gutierrez in 300 hurdlesBy KENT MINCER The Daily Sentinel LAKEWOOD &

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — In both the preliminaries and finals of the 300-meter intermediate hurdles at the Class 5A state track & field championships, Herman Gutierrez drew lane seven. Since the heats are seeded, that’s generally not an ...


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Linehan gets stride back at state meet

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Jack Linehan was running well in March and early April, posting qualifying times in the distance races. Then he went on spring break and got sick on the last day. “I was sick for a month,” Linehan said. “I ...


Gary Harmon Column May 17, 2009

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Here’s a tale of two California girls, one who lines up with President Obama on one of the more compelling issues of the day, and the other who stands athwart the presidential call for hope, accountability and transparency. One of them ...


Bob Silbernagel Column May 17, 2009

By Bob Silbernagel

During last year’s presidential campaign, gun-owners’ groups like the National Rifle Association said Barack Obama, if he were elected, would be the most anti-gun president in the history of the United States. That claim and ...


Car casualties arrive on the Western Slope

By The Daily Sentinel

We were pleased to see that Grand Junction Chrysler Jeep will retain its Chrysler dealership, despite Chrysler’s bankruptcy filing and the resulting decisions to eliminate nearly 800 dealerships nationwide. Other dealers in the region, ...


Sheriff’s department unfairly accused

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s understandable that Frank Birgfeld wants to make sure that the investigation into the disappearance of his daughter two years ago was handled as professionally as possible. But attacking the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department ...


Death notices: May 17, 2009

By Staff

• Betty Clark Cook, 79,  Grand Junction, died May 13, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. A private family service is planned. Ms. Cook was a homemaker. She is survived by three daughters, Linda Lorimor of St. Helens, Ore., ...


Eleven graduate from QUEST Academy

By Melinda Mawdsley

Erin Lehr and Kendra Zehner took different paths to end up on the same graduation stage. Eleven seniors, including Lehr and Zehner, graduated from QUEST Preparatory Academy during a Saturday ceremony at Clifton Christian Church. Lehr and ...


Six seniors celebrate small-town roots

By Dennis Webb

DE BEQUE — A big and exciting world awaits De Beque High School’s Class of 2009, but before heading out into it, graduates looked back fondly Saturday on their small-town beginnings. A mere six seniors received their diplomas in ...


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