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Stay the course

By The Daily Sentinel

The challenges for the Grand Junction City Council and Mesa County commissioners are no different than those local businesses have dealt with during the extended economic downturn we’ve experienced (seemingly with no end in ...

Pooh on the chamber’s voter guide

By Claudette Konola

By now you’ve seen the TV ad by Grand Junction’s Chamber of Commerce CEO Diane Schwenke.  She is not in favor of raising the minimum wage in Colorado. What is amusing is that the source for her claim that 90,000 jobs will be ...

9th District assistant DA named judge

By Dennis Webb

A lead prosecutor in Colorado’s 9th Judicial District will now become a judge in that district. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday appointed Anne Norrdin to the vacancy. Norrdin is assistant district attorney in the district, which ...

Bill aims to protect people in land disputes

By Gary Harmon

A measure that would protect individuals who are found after federal surveys to be trespassing on federal land has been reintroduced in Congress by U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. The measure, H.R. 6288, would require the Bureau of Land ...

Prep softball score, Oct. 4, 2016

By Staff

Central 11, Grand Junction 2 Tuesday at Bergman Field Grand Junction 101 000 0 — 2 10 3 Central 303 230 x — 11 11 1 WP — Melissa Gellermann 7 IP, 1 BB, 11 K. LP — Megan Rubalcaba 6 IP, 5 BB, 1 K. Grand Junction ...

Yamada paces Mavs at Dixie St. Invite

By Staff

College Golf Yamada paces Mavs at Dixie St. Invite Naomi Yamada shot a second-round 76 on Tuesday to place 39th for the Colorado Mesa women’s golf team in the Dixie State Invitational at Sand Hollow Golf Course in Hurricane, Utah. ...


Indians weather Tigers’ fast start to earn key win

By Dale Shrull

It was a great start and frustrating finish for the Grand Junction volleyball team. Like they have done a number of times this season, the Tigers played well but not well enough to get the win. On Tuesday, Grand Junction (8-7, 1-4 ...


Streaking along

By Matt Meyer

Melissa Gellermann has had a pretty stressful week. On top of the normal teenage pressures, her sister got married this weekend, bringing loads of family into town. Some of those family members, including her brother, Trent, 32, had never ...

from GJ sent 
to Pueblo fire

By Amy Hamilton

Three firefighters with the Grand Junction Fire Department were dispatched Tuesday to a spreading wildfire in Pueblo County. The firefighters will be deployed for 14 days to fight the Beulah Hill Fire that has burned seven structures and ...

Nucor, Encana end drilling deals, enter into lease agreement

By Dennis Webb

A major steelmaker and the oil and gas producer Encana have ended deals compelling them to jointly develop thousands of natural gas wells in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin when gas prices are high enough. In their place, Nucor has ...

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