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Damian Radice found out long ago that art is in his blood

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Every time he fashions a funky-looking teapot, puts the finishing touches on a sculpture or gives guidance to a student, Damian Radice can thank the volatile summer weather for where he is today. Each spring for 22 years the Grand Valley ...


Attorney Nathan Keever relishes standing up ‘for the little guy’ in oil and gas cases

By Dennis Webb

Grand Junction attorney Nathan Keever is driven by a competitive streak. It is what helped him win several state titles in master’s swimming events last year and make it into the top 20 nationally the last few years in his age ...


As the jobless rate rises, people like Gilbert Lujan are a saving grace

By Emily Shockley

Gilbert Lujan goes to his job every day hoping to help those who have no job. As supervisor of the Mesa County Workforce Center, the 26-year-old helps people prepare for job searches, oversees the center’s growing number of programs ...


Neil and Diane Guard start winery adventure with their East Orhcard Mesa farm

By Dave Buchanan

Between fostering 3,000 peach trees and cultivating and selling nine varieties of grapes, Diane and Neil Guard of Avant Farm on East Orchard Mesa have their lives well-immersed in the agricultural world of the Grand Valley. Add to that mix ...


Family’s flying business spans four decades

By Paul Shockley

Leonard Felix Jr. averages 400 hours annually flying aircraft about 10 to 20 feet off the ground while dodging power lines at 135 mph. Felix understands why most people would consider this to be a treacherous way to make a living. But ...


Allison Blevins turns love of knitting into a career

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Surrounded by soft skeins of yarn in a rainbow of colors, Allison Blevins is living a dream come true. The self-taught knitter is the co-owner of Tangle, a yarn and knitting supply store, at 525 Main St. Customers are welcomed at the door ...

On the fast-food express: In search of adventure in Grand Junction

By Denny Herzog

One of the tasks that was challenging and enjoyable during my three decades at The Daily Sentinel was hiring new editors and reporters, kids right out of college, full of enthusiasm and, usually, talent. They’d come to Grand Junction ...

Printed letters, March 16, 2010

By Staff

Herzog’s column was right about police officers I am writing to thank you for publishing the column by Denny Herzog, who wrote the article “Policemen suffer from shooting, too,” that appeared in the March 9 edition of The ...

Pot half full with the marijuana bill

By The Daily Sentinel

The bill to regulate medical marijuana that is now working its way through the Colorado Legislature — and being significantly rewritten in the process — looks to be substantially better than when it was first introduced. But the ...

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Look inside the Elks Lodge

By Christopher Tomlinson

The secretive civics organization opens its doors for the Legends sculpture project.  ...

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