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Red Cross installs smoke alarms

By Amy Hamilton

How’s your smoke alarm doing? Are the batteries still working? Do you even have a smoke alarm? These are the kind of questions workers with the Western Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross asked residents Saturday in Paradise ...


Gray Gourmet, August 2, 2015

By Staff

Monday — Ham and cheese potato casserole, island vegetables, rainbow salad, raisin bar, multi-grain bread. Tuesday — Beef cubes and gravy, mashed potatoes, asparagus, green applesauce gelatin, wheat bread. Wednesday — Pork ...


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King of the mat

By Tim Harty

Jacob Seely was a forward-moving, give-no-inch, dominate-your-opponent force on the wrestling mat at Fruita Monument High School. He got better and more dominating each of his four years, and it culminated in February with him overpowering ...


Traffic Alert, August 2, 2015

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Chip sealing will run through Aug. 26, weather permitting. Work will be done from 6 a.m.–4:30 p.m., ...


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Lack of timely hits hurts in loss for GJ Rockies

By Matt Meyer

With no outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth inning Saturday night, the Grand Junction Rockies trailed Orem 6-0. Jonathan Piron was up to bat, and first-round draft pick Brendan Rodgers waited on deck. Piron grounded out to ...


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Lavender a growth 
industry in the city

By Greg Ruland

More evidence that local lavender culture is maturing turned up Saturday when Blue Cellar Door Lavender — believed to be the first commercial lavender farm inside Grand Junction city limits — opened at 782 24 Road. The nine-acre ...


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 ...


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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 ...


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