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Briefs, April 9, 2010

By Staff

Center for Independence yard sale today Center for Independence will have a benefit yard sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. today and Saturday, in the gym at 740 Gunnison Ave. Proceeds will help the center complete its adaptive kitchen. Call ...


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Grand Junction, Fruita Monument girls lacrosse

By William Woody

The two programs face one another at Walker Field, April 8, 2010. See related STORY.  ...


Printed letters, April 9

By Staff

Legislature must enact stricter medical pot law The medical marijuana law, Amendment 20, is bad medicine that is raising boils on the body politic. It is time for the Colorado Legislature to get serious and curb this outbreak by enacting ...


Despite passing of equinox, spring is still hard to find

By Henrietta Hay

In “The Rite of Spring,” Stravinsky put to beautiful music one of the many pagan ceremonies that humankind has used through the years to explain the changing seasons. In “Fantasia,” Disney used the title and the music ...


Industrial nightclubs

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council this week appropriately rejected a proposal that would have prohibited night clubs in light industrial areas. The proposed ban never made much sense. Why shouldn’t nightclubs be allowed to operate in ...


Politics not as usual

By The Daily Sentinel

Patty Hanna is never going to make it to the upper echelons of the American political system like this. You don’t win a disputed election, then step aside so your opponent can serve, just because you believe that is what’s best for ...


E-mail letters, April 8, 2010

By Staff

It’s Toyota’s turn for problems now The massive recalls and lawsuits show that Toyota is not the White Knight for the auto-buying public. What is even more concerning is how long it took them to admit that they had safety problems ...


Officials: Jet restroom smoker caused bomb scare

By The AP

DENVER — An envoy from Qatar who authorities said grabbed a surreptitious smoke in a jetliner’s bathroom and then joked about lighting his shoe on fire, sparking a bomb scare and the scrambling of military jets, has been released ...


$1 million winning Powerball ticket sold in Grand Junction

By Paul Shockley

Someone purchased a winning $1 million Powerball ticket in Grand Junction, according to Colorado Lottery officials. The ticket was purchased at the Shell station, 745 Horizon Drive, sometime between Saturday and Wednesday night’s ...


Redlands Mesa Ladies’ Afternoon Club Results - April 8, 2010

By Daniel Osborn

Redlands Mesa Ladies Afternoon Club - April 8, 2010 9 Hole Game (back 9) Gross 1st Jesse Bennett 34   Net 1st terry ...


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