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Jail prayer circle

By Gretel Daugherty

Inmates in the Mesa County jail have discovered the power of faith through a daily prayer circle.  ...


Pitkin County warns of fallen trees, rock slides

By The AP

ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Pitkin County officials are warning rafters, kayakers and drivers about fallen trees and rock slides after rainy weather. Officials said today a tree fell across the full width of the Roaring Fork River, making it ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League June 13, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - June 13, 2010 4 Person Scramble - Monument 1st Chuck & Judy H., Greg B., Barbara B.   2nd CT & Susan B., Elton M., Carol ...


Civil debate and a citizen mandate are at the core of city’s listening tour

By Guest Columnist

By Teri Cavanagh More than 30 years in the communications business has given me a real appreciation for broad and differing opinions. In serious matters, however, when opinions become sensationalized and taken as fact, reasoned debate can ...


Silent scourge attacks even elite neighborhoods of Manhattan

By {screen_name}

Margaret, whose last name we all would recognize, New York Magazine assures us, has a “Scarlet B” of sorts. To outside appearances, Margaret’s world is good. She is fluent in several languages and speaks French at home to ...


Local dream goes cold

By The Daily Sentinel

The long community effort to establish an indoor ice arena in the Grand Valley, and the subsequent use of the Glacier Ice Arena once it opened, have demonstrated convincingly there is immense interest in skating sports — even in the high ...


Printed letters, June 13, 2010

By Staff

Terminated officers disrespect community The three terminated Grand Junction police officers, (Joseph Mulcahy, Justin Roberts, Phillip Van Why) have stooped to new levels of disrespect by filing post-disciplinary appeal meetings with the ...


Moratorium gets drilled

By The Daily Sentinel

The Obama administration was going to be different from the Bush team, candidate Barack Obama assured us. It would be more transparent and would rely on science, not politics, to guide important decisions on natural resources. Yet, in the ...


Gold, silver roadshow back, tarnished or not

By Charles Ashby

It isn’t the “Antiques Roadshow,” but it isn’t your neighborhood gold and silver dealer, either. The Treasure Hunters Roadshow is returning to Grand Junction this week and is asking area residents to bring in their old ...


Highline Hustle Results, Saturday, June 12

By Staff

2010 Highline Hustle Highline Lake State Park June 12 Men 1. Marty Wacker 1:10.18 2. Kevin Koch 1:10.56 3. Kenneth Withrow 1:14.52 4. Tsukasu Fukuta 1:15.58 5. Kevin Cote 1:16.50 6. Robert Conley 1:16.54 7. Allen Russell 1:19.13 8. ...


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