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Death Notices, April 14, 2010

By Staff

Ida F. Gentry, 90, Delta, died April 11, 2010 at her home. Visitation will be 5 to 7 p.m. today at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta. Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Cedaredge Cemetery. Survivors include a son Jim of Roswell, N.M.; ...


Blotter, April 14, 2010

By Staff

Couple suspected of arson The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department arrested Janae Ann Chinn, 20, and Shane Elliot Benge, 21, on Monday on suspicion of second-degree arson. The Sheriff’s Department alleged the two partially burned a ...


Outlying streets added to city traffic plan

By Staff

The Grand Junction Planning Commission unanimously approved a revised traffic plan Tuesday night that includes more streets around the city. The Grand Valley Circulation Plan labels streets based on how much they’re used. Two roadways ...


Child poverty estimate may be too low in Mesa County

By Emily Shockley

A childhood poverty study released Tuesday reported 12 percent of Mesa County’s school-age children lived in poverty in 2008. A lot has changed since then. Mesa County may have had the 40th lowest child poverty rate of Colorado’s ...


E-mail letters, April 13, 2010

By Staff

‘History Here and Now’ prompts enjoyment, trips I enjoy reading every “History Here and Now,” written by Kathy Jordan.  Every week I drive by the locations that she writes about to see where the history took ...


Move Lochmiller trial to Grand Junction

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s tough to generate much sympathy for a Denver attorney who says it would be hard on his law practice if he had to travel to Grand Junction to defend Philip Lochmiller on federal fraud charges. Attorney Daniel T. Smith is, after all, ...


Senate bill is still a threat to Grand Valley farms, orchards

By Bill Grant

I stopped at the library Monday morning to put in an application for one of the parcels to be awarded by lottery in their planned community garden.  Short of plowing up my back yard, the library plot may be my only hope of assuring a ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2010

By Staff

Express your opinion without angry rants Lately, while running errands, I have found myself on the receiving end of people’s opinions of President Obama. These opinions are laced with violent threats against the president and it ...


Tending to tenure

By The Daily Sentinel

Public school teachers in Colorado ought to be protected from arbitrary firing. But they shouldn’t be given carte blanche to serve in the schools as long as they want, regardless of how well they perform their jobs. A bill introduced in ...


041310 Smackdown mojo

Barista ‘Smackdown’ a monthly event

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Most coffee drinkers make automatic drip with their eyes still half-closed but a true barista knows there’s more to making an excellent cup of coffee than just pushing start. Main Street Bagels has issued a steamy challenge to local ...


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