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Prep notebook: Another hall pass for Noxon

By Staff

Bill Noxon turned two high school football programs and one college program into winners and is being recognized with his induction into his fifth hall of fame. Noxon, who turns 81 on Friday, will be inducted into the Colorado High School ...


Mesa men, women excited about tourney competition

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Home cooking and hoops. The Mesa State College tradition continues this weekend with the Clarion Inn Thanksgiving Classic at Brownson Arena. The players’ mothers cook up a storm before they go watch their sons and daughters play ...


District 51 fall All-Academic teams

By Staff

2010 Academic All-State District 51 Fall Athletes Only junior and senior varsity letter winners are eligible and must have the following cumulative GPA: First Team Academic All-State — 3.60 or higher Honorable Mention All-State ...


Major storm pummels West Slope

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Hope you’re already where you want to be for Thanksgiving, because a nasty winter storm that blew into western Colorado overnight may otherwise throw a wrench in your travel plans. Blizzard and high-wind warnings are plastered across ...


Death Notices, Nov. 24, 2010

By Staff

Beverly Boatright, 83, Fruita, died Nov. 19, 2010, at Family Health West. Services will be at ll a.m. Dec. 6 at New Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Boatright was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Andy C. Hawkins of Fruita; one daughter, ...


Blotter, Nov. 24, 2010

By Staff

Home Depot theft alleged A Grand Junction woman who worked at Home Depot, 2436 F Road, was arrested Monday on suspicion of stealing cash from cash registers and returning stolen items for cash for at least a month, according to the Grand ...


Arrest warrant issued in Utah ranger shooting

By The AP

MOAB, Utah — An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in the shooting of a Utah park ranger. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the Grand County sheriff’s office issued the warrant today for a man who has eluded searchers ...


Rep. Salazar should abandon his Blue Dog stance on Bush tax cuts

By Bill Grant

Competing letters have been submitted to House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi by Democrats. One group is determined to end the Bush tax cuts for the richest two percent of Americans. The other favors the Republican policy of extending the tax ...


Limited access makes sense for U.S. 6 & 50

By The Daily Sentinel

The intergovernmental agreement approved this week by the Mesa County commissioners, which would gradually reduce access points along U.S. Highway 6 & 50 between Loma and 24 Road in Grand Junction, is a sensible plan to improve traffic ...


South Korea

Belligerent North Korea

By The Daily Sentinel

The act of war committed by North Korea Tuesday — unleashing an artillery barrage on a South Korean island occupied by both military and civilians — left the world once more perplexed by the regime of Kim Jong-il. Was the attack ...


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