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Check out these options for watching films under the stars

By Melinda Mawdsley

At dusk on Friday, July 17, at approximately 7,000 feet and beneath a canopy of stars, the Disney mega-hit “Frozen” will be shown for free on the back side of the Glade Park Volunteer Fire Department. Typically, the Friday of ...

Lines West: An Honest Mistake

By Staff

An Honest Mistake Grand adventures await those who are willing to turn the corner. But if you go the wrong way, don’t worry. You always have time to turn around. Every road has curves and every curve has edges. Turning the ...

Printed Letters: May 29, 2015

By Staff

Stop the attack on water by corporate interests Colorado is known for its wealth of outdoor activities, from hiking one of our beautiful mountain ranges to kayaking our mountain streams. Try to imagine our state with more than 73,000 miles ...

The man behind the tree

By Greg Walcher

There used to be a common expression to explain why we all want to enforce our favorite rules somewhere else, not in our own lives: “Don’t tax me; don’t tax thee; tax the man behind that tree.” Metaphorically, the man ...

The bird’s best chance

By The Daily Sentinel

If the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ultimately decides that the Greater sage-grouse deserves federal protection as a threatened or endangered species, it won’t be because state agencies, federal land managers and private landowners ...


Rain, hail suspends Highlanders-Raiders game

By Matt Meyer

A tight Alpine Bank Junior College World Series baseball game between McLennan (Texas) Community College and Northwest Florida State on Thursday night was suspended until noon today because of heavy rain and hail at Suplizio Field. The game ...


Pirates coach Adam Thomas shows winning, fun can coexist

By Tim Harty

Adam Thomas is a little goofy, a lot of fun and a pretty good baseball coach. Goofy and fun? That’s Thomas just being himself. A good coach? That doesn’t happen without the other two traits, which also are prevalent among his ...

JUCO Notebook, May 28, 2015

By Staff

GJ Challenger program invited to LLWS Challenger Baseball Grand Junction, welcome to Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Challenger Baseball gets annual recognition in Grand Junction when several teams in the Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


Surging Senators

By Tim Harty

Maybe it’s a sense of obligation driving those balls out of the park and inspiring the hit parades Walters State (Tennessee) Community College’s hitters have embarked during each of their four games in Grand Junction. Senators ...

Rockies’ Dahl injured in CF collision

By Patti Arnold

David Dahl, the top outfield prospect for the Colorado Rockies and the 2012 Pioneer League MVP while playing for the Grand Junction Rockies, was seriously injured Thursday during a collision in the outfield in a minor league game. As of ...

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