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Blotter, June 8, 2012

By Staff

Boy booked after airsoft shooting A juvenile boy was booked into the Division of Youth Corrections following an incident May 31 in which a woman was shot with an airsoft gun as she was walking in the 500 block of Walnut Street, according to ...


Clinging to hope

By Tim Harty

It was a normal jump, an easy one for veteran motocross riders such as Doug Simon, and Simon was having some fun, engaged in a little battle with a buddy during a Sports Riders Association of Colorado motocross event May 13 at Grand Junction ...

Grand Mesa Grind showcases Palisade biking possibilities

By Nick Walter

With a climb of 4,800 feet over 35 miles, the mountain bike race heads up the base of Grand Mesa, into desert, and then over Horse Mountain. So, like a news release for the Grand Mesa Grind says: “Think you’re tough?” The ...

Men’s, women’s champs return for Highline Hustle

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They enjoyed the Highline Hustle so much they decided to return. Men’s overall champion Kevin Koch and women’s overall champion Mandy Harter are registered to compete in the eighth annual sprint triathlon at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at ...

Eighteen Mesa players selected to WILA All-Academic teams

By Staff

Ten Colorado Mesa University men’s lacrosse players and eight women’s lacrosse players were selected to the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-Academic teams. The Mesa men’s players on the team are Stephen ...

Local golf results, June 7, 2012

By Staff

ACE High School Golf Tour June 4 at Battlement Mesa Boys Name Score Points Donny Kinnaman* 77 125 Cole Brennecke 77 105 Hunter Emerson 79 85 Jacob Hebbel 81 70 Troy Dangler 81 70 Skyler Miller 82 55 Greg Gibson 83 45 Triston ...


You Saw It Photos –– June 2012

By Dan Bennett

The latest community photos submitted by Daily Sentinel readers  ...

Health Briefs, June 12, 2012

By Staff

Massage fundraiser to aid cancer patient A fundraiser to help local Leukemia patient Zachariah Walker pay his medical expenses will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. today at Yoga West Collective, 1025 Main St. The “Bucks for Bowen” ...

Repair budget cut this summer for School District 51

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District 51 maintenance crews will complete about $840,000 worth of projects this summer. Most of the district’s maintenance and operations projects are performed during the summer when schools are empty, allowing crews to work on ...

Justman is the more conservative candidate

By Josh Penry

Somewhere in the space between slow/sleepy and a wild/wooly election rests the county commissioner contest between former Fruita Mayor Ken Henry and Fruita farmer, John Justman. The race is the open-seat election to replace Craig Meis. The ...

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