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Kids making a racket at Taco Bell Western Slope Open

By Patrick Bahr

The first day of the Taco Bell Western Slope Open showcased a tennis tournament that’s still growing. Monday at the Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State College and Canyon View Park, more than 120 junior players, ages 18 and younger, ...


Sports in Brief: Bisbee, Brown run in New Mexico

By Staff

Kyler Brown and Chuck Bisbee, runners from Fruita Monument High School, competed in the Region 10 USA Track and Field Junior Olympics at the University of New Mexico. Brown placed third in the Young Men division in the 3,000 meter in a time ...


Taco Bell Western Slope Open Results, Monday, July 18

By Staff

Taco Bell Western Slope Open Monday Junior Girls 10 Singles Finals Julianne Campos def. Morgan Leasure 6-2, 6-0. 14 Singles Quarterfinals Carolena Campos def. Sophia Nelson 6-0, 6-0; Aubrey Blocker def. Shayna Lindblom 6-1, 6-0; Abby ...


Sports in Brief: Bisbee, Brown run in New Mexico

By Staff

Running Headline Kyler Brown and Chuck Bisbee, runners from Fruita Monument High School, competed in the Region 10 USA Track and Field Junior Olympics at the University of New Mexico. Brown placed third in the Young Men division in the ...


E-mail letters, July 18, 2011

By Staff

Families can support each other in eating The growing obesity crisis clearly shows that people just do not know where to start. They are overwhelmed with information about food — just look at the tons of books and magazines — ...


Group campaigns to protect Colo. River flows

By The AP

DENVER — Members of a coalition of Western businesses are meeting with officials in Washington, D.C, about maintaining healthy flows in the Colorado River to maintain the economy dependent on the river. The group Protect the Flows is ...


Army Corps says it terminated Flaming Gorge study

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it terminated a review of a Front Range water pipeline project before the man behind it could cancel it himself. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reported today that the Corps canceled its ...


Health groups can help District 51

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko Budget cutting is rampant these days. Governments, businesses and families are responding to fiscal reality by making sometimes painful cuts to services and programs. School District 51 is no exception. According to ...


Compassion or condemnation?

By Jim Spehar

It didn’t take long, did it? I’m talking about the reaction to Paul Shockley’s article in Sunday’s Daily Sentinel on the homeless and the Grand Junction Police Departments Homeless Outreach Team, known as the HOT ...


Printed letters, July 19, 2011

By Staff

The letter to the editor printed July 15 used incomplete statistics in an attempt to blame the debt crisis solely on the Republicans. The following figures are available from TreasuryDirect.gov on the Internet: On Election Day, near the end ...


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