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You Said It, Aug. 2, 2015

By Staff

I would like to know how I can go to work for the city and get a raise every couple of months, then resign and get a huge payout. Who is running this outfit anyway? The emerging sordid details of the City Council’s rubber-stamping on ...

Outside Briefs, Aug. 1, 2015

By Staff

Work starts this week on Serpents Trail A trail-improvement project on Colorado National Monument’s Serpents Trail begins Thursday, with work continuing through the end of September.  The trail will remain open throughout the ...


Speaking baseball

By Matt Meyer

Players from two different countries — and numerous states — line the bench of the Grand Junction Rockies’ bullpen. English and Spanish are commonly spoken, albeit among different groups of players, but there isn’t ...

Biz Buzz, August 2, 2015

By Staff

Lavender wasn’t the only topic Lavender Lady Carol Mueller was worked up about when The Daily Sentinel spoke with her on a hot and breezy Wednesday afternoon last week. Mueller said she is deeply concerned about the future of downtown ...

Gene Taylor’s to play for Legion title despite loss

By Staff

Gene Taylor’s will play for a state title today despite losing to Rocky Mountain 17-9 on Saturday at the Colorado American Legion Baseball “A” State Tournament in Greeley. Gene Taylor’s was the only remaining ...


Enjoy a trip to Eagle River

By Joel L. Evans

Longing to fish every river we encounter, even if the occasion is brief, is a common emotion of every angler. With so many rivers in western Colorado alone, angst to stop and fish every water we see is a natural but sometimes fleeting affair. ...

Issues with your name? Perhaps it’s time for a change

By Erin McIntyre

What’s in a name? A lot, some would say. Names are full of social expectations, identity issues and assumptions. They provide sociologists a window on cultural beliefs and practices, and the topic has attracted many studies. One of the ...

Blotter, Aug. 2, 2015

By Staff

National Night Out party The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and Mesa County Crime Stoppers is co-sponsoring a free community party Tuesday in honor of National Night Out. The event will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Kimwood Park in ...


Unusual baby names more common than you might think

By Erin McIntyre

When ReBecca Hunt-Foster delivered her baby boy at St. Mary’s Hospital last month, she had to make the newest arrival to the family Facebook-official. “Welcome to the world, China Cat Sunflower Foster, in honor of the concert John ...

Book Notes, August 2, 2015

By Staff

Event highlights author’s tandem tour Author and world-traveler Jamie Bianchini will be at Brown Cycles, 549 Main St., on Wednesday to discuss his eight-year, 80-country journey riding around the world on a tandem bike. That journey ...

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