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Blotter: March 21, 2011

By Staff

Man says shots fired Though there was no evidence to prove a crime actually occurred, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department responded to a report early Sunday from a homeless man that someone was shooting at him and others near him. The ...


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GJ woman named BLM Volunteer of the Year

By Staff

Grand Junction resident Joyce Frost was awarded the 2010 Volunteer of the Year by the Bureau of Land Management last week. Frost, who moved to the city in 1987 after retiring as a state chemist for the Illinois State Geographic Survey, ...


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Week’s Best Photos for March 20-26, 2011

By Staff

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


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Week in Sports for March 20-26, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


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Pat Mora: Promoted to manager of new City Market store after 30-year career

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When the time came to choose a career path, Pat Mora let the practical side of him overrule the fun-seeking one. Fresh out of high school in his native Alamosa, Mora was working as a motorcycle mechanic for the local Kawasaki dealership when ...


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Jermaine Williams: The man on the mic is the voice of the Mavericks

By Patrick Bahr

Jermaine Williams works the microphone at athletic events like a natural. Beginning in a low monotone voice he respectfully introduces the opposing team’s starters. Then he flips the switch like he has since he was first handed the ...


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Sadie Conklin: She finds familiarity at the VA Medical Center

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Sadie Conklin is a full-time college student with two full-time jobs: one at Grand Junction’s Veterans Administration Medical Center and the other as mother to 3-year-old Sofie. “I don’t sleep, hardly,” Conklin ...


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Julie Diers: She formed Hippie Chicks Hops into a ‘Cinderella Story’

By Laurena Mayne Davis

This is a story about a go-getter school marm who bought a little Palisade farm and started to grow beer — or at least one of the ingredients for beer: hops. She had lots of fun friends — and they liked to work on the farm, ...


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Jennifer Walder: She’s living out a childhood dream on stage

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Jennifer Walder grew up, she knew she wanted to be a pilot, a princess or, maybe, European. It didn’t matter that she lived in Longmont. Walder knew she could be everything she ever wanted. All she had to do was act. Walder, 21, ...


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Nick Lopez: The one word that describes him is ‘passionate’

By Patrick Bahr

A neck and back injury robbed Nick Lopez of his life’s passion a few short weeks into his freshman year at Mesa State College. But his devotion to football was soon replaced with something he’d end up loving even more: ...


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