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County won’t allow protesters to camp at courthouse

By Rachel Sauer

  Mesa County will not allow camping on the grounds of the Old Mesa County Courthouse at Saturday’s Occupy Grand Junction demonstrations.   Mesa County Administrator Chantal Unfug issued an administrative order Friday ...


Printed letters, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s Oct. 9 editorial regarding Rep. Scott Tipton’s column on a balanced-budget amendment certainly raised a major problem in a simple balanced-budget attempt. But by including a balanced budget tied to a specific ...


Email letters, Oct. 14, 2011

By Staff

It’s time to reject the false prophets of alternative energy The advancement of the science of energy production over the past four decades pales compared to the advancements made in electronics and medicine. It still takes several ...


Weinberg, one doubles advance to state finals

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Grand Junction High School tennis players Spencer Weinberg and the No. 1 doubles team of Jake Filutze and Owen Gardner will play for state titles Saturday morning. Weinberg, the defending Class 5A No. 1 singles player, defeated ...


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Sound check: Lowlands

By Melinda Mawdsley

As good friends and neighbors, the four members of Lowlands have taken their neighborhood jam sessions to a more formal level. The men — Alex Slorby, Dick Sterling, Willie DeFord and Jeremy Rizer — began playing together months, ...


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Writers camp in pumpkin patch with dreams of seeing Great Pumpkin

By Melinda Mawdsley

In a nod to our childhood, when Charlie Brown and his friends were the coolest, colleague Rachel Sauer and I recently channeled our inner-youth in search of the biggest Peanuts treasure of all: the Great Pumpkin. Both fans of the 1966 TV ...


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Mozart to be in spotlight in Rifle, Glenwood Springs

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s principal flautist will join Symphony in the Valley in putting “Mozart in the Spotlight.” Jane Kuenzel will perform Mozart’s “Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in G ...


Fruita to salute Bikes, Bands and Brews

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Get dirty in Fruita at Bikes, Bands and Brews happening Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14–15, in Fruita’s Civic Center Park. Vendor booths and the Rotary Beer Garden will open at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Pineapple Crackers will play for the ...


The Raw Canvas moving from Rood Ave. to Main St.

By Melinda Mawdsley

Bolstered by the success of its first 18 months in business and the obligation to give its artists as much exposure as possible, The Raw Canvas owner Justin Nordine is moving from 755 Rood Ave. to 507 Main St. He plans to re-open the tattoo ...


If mellow is for you, you’ll love Wilco’s latest, ‘The Whole Love’

By Rock Cesario

Waiting to listen to a new record from Wilco is always exciting for me. There is always a lot of anticipation among Wilco fans, because we never know what the band is going to do next. I have been a fan of Wilco from the time it released its ...


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