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Former GJ hotel owner accused of slaying wife denied bond

By Paul Shockley

A former Grand Junction hotel owner accused of killing his wife in 1997 was denied bail by a United Kingdom judge Thursday after an attorney argued he might attempt suicide. According to a report published by the Kidderminster Shuttle ...


One day of Mesa County Fair cut

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Mesa County officials will lop one day off the annual summer fair next year, a nod to the lean local economy and the fact that the last day traditionally draws the fewest people. Fair organizers have eliminated Sunday from next year’s ...


Paul McCartney, Tom Petty latest in seemingly never-ending list of good releases this year

By Staff

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! There just doesn’t seem to be an end to all of the great music that is coming out this year. Usually, by Halloween all of the year’s new releases have come out. This year, for whatever reason, seems ...


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Ex-teacher loses his bid for new trial

By Paul Shockley

A photo montage that was allowed as evidence in the trial of a longtime Grand Junction High School administrator won’t force a new trial. District Judge Thomas Deister, in an order issued Nov. 17, denied a motion seeking a new trial by ...


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Outfit, All that glitters

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel You can always count on fashion to lift a somber mood. Although the economy is shaky, the future looks bright on the style horizon as sparkle plays center stage. ‘Tis the season for metallics, ...


Blotter, Nov. 27, 2009

By Staff

Man wanted in robbery Grand Junction police are asking the public to help identify a man who robbed another man at a local car wash. Officers were dispatched to Van’s Car Wash, 413 Monument Road, at about 8:40 p.m. Oct. 30 in response ...


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FD: Wine Column November 25, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

The turkey is stuffed and ready, set to go into the oven around midnight for that long, slow cook to perfection. Will you be ready with the wine when the bird hits the table? To help ease the pain of procrastination, here are a few ideas for ...


Holiday air travelers pay dearly

By Amy Hamilton

If you took a flight home for Thanksgiving, it probably means one of two things: You love your family enough to fork over the extra fees for flying at this time of the year, or family members bought your ticket. The situation was the latter ...


Offense hurting Broncos’ chances

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos are struggling. I know that. You know that. Everybody remotely in touch with National Football League goings-on knows that. It’s interesting to listen to the talking heads who dissect every aspect of the team, ...


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The inside men: Mesa’s post players aren’t the bulkiest, but are equally adept at scoring, getting o

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Lance Fite is hoping to eat a couple of Thanksgiving meals today. Michael Bear is heading home to Delta for some home cooking. The two long, lean post players for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team can stand to put on a pound ...


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