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Local wrestlers face tough task at state tourney

By Allen Gemaehlich

Several local high school wrestlers will find out pretty quick if they have what it takes to win a state title. Nine of the 13 state qualifiers in Class 5A will have to beat a returning state champion or returning state placer to reach the ...


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Week’s Best Pictures, Feb. 14-20, 2010

By Dan Bennett

All the best shots from Sentinel photographers for the week.  ...


Woman accused of using Ecstasy at local bar

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A Grand Junction woman was arrested early this morning after she allegedly injected and was found in possession of Ecstasy at a Clifton bar. Dominicques Deon Smith, 21, 585 25 1/2 Road, No. 168, was booked into the Mesa County Jail on ...


Lawmakers consider allowing tuition hikes

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — State lawmakers are considering giving public universities the freedom to set tuition rates to make up for a looming drop in funding. Higher education has been spared deep cuts so far because of federal stimulus dollars. ...


Researchers, artist turn up noise to battle beetles

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — Researchers from Arizona and a composer from New Mexico have teamed up to launch an acoustic counterattack against beetles that have ravaged millions of acres of trees across the West. The tiny insects make squeaking ...


Accidents close eastbound I-70 at Glenwood

By The AP

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The snow has shut down a stretch of Interstate 70 in western Colorado. The interstate is closed eastbound at Glenwood Springs because of multiple accidents. The Colorado Department of Transportation says ...


Some say plan has zoning, projection flaws

By Emily Shockley

Not everyone’s a fan of the comprehensive plan that will be presented to the Grand Junction City Council for a vote Wednesday, including at least one of the city’s own. City Council member Bill Pitts still is mulling over how he ...


Tempers flare as tax bills advance

By Charles Ashby

Nine bills that suspend or eliminate tax exemptions on such things as candy and computers likely will land on Gov. Bill Ritter’s desk this week. Removal of the exemptions are part of an overall plan pushed by Ritter to balance not only ...


City Council considers comprehensive plan

By Emily Shockley

As the development applications rolled in and the growth plan amendments stacked up, Grand Junction City Council members realized it was time for a new plan. The plan would push away the zoning-centric growth plan and combine ideas for trail ...


Plan outline takes many aspects into account

By Emily Shockley

The comprehensive plan that the Grand Junction City Council will review Wednesday isn’t like any other plan in the city’s history because it focuses on more than just infrastructure, transportation or zoning. It takes them all into ...


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