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Death notice: July 28, 2010

By Staff

James Bates, 79, Grand Junction, died July 26, 2010, at Eagle Ridge of the Grand Valley. Private services will take place. Mr. Bates was a retired aeronautical engineer and collected antique automobiles. Memorial contributions to Roice-Hurst ...


State a finalist again for Race to the Top education funds

By Emily Shockley

Colorado is one of 19 finalists in the second round of the Race to the Top competition for federal education funds. Colorado was among 16 finalists in the first round, which was won earlier this year by Delaware and Tennessee. Winners of the ...


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Ride of his life: Recovered from brain injury, Christensen cycling to raise awareness

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A few months into his recovery, Jerry Christensen realized what he wanted to do for a living. Christensen was recovering from a near-fatal mountain bike accident in August 1998 that left him paralyzed on his entire left side. He was told he ...


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Monument wins 9-10 Little League state title

By Patrick Bahr

The Monument Little League 9-10 baseball team can hit and pitch quite well. During the 9-10 baseball state tournament at Monument Little League, Monument scored 45 runs and allowed only 12 runs in the span of three games. Those gaudy numbers ...


Sports Briefs, July 27, 2010

By Staff

Tennis Wright wins USTA Grasscourt title Susan Wright won the USTA National 45-older Grasscourt Championships and the 50-older Grasscourt Championships singles titles recently. The Grand Junction woman defeated Tracy Tooke of Narbath, ...


EPA to clean up abandoned Montrose business

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency began the emergency cleanup Tuesday of Elizabeth Mining and Development Inc., a company that long resisted efforts by regulators to comply with environmental laws. Owner Steve Casebolt abandoned the ...


100 family, friends remember man killed by trooper

By Paul Shockley

Several of the mourners who spoke during Tuesday’s memorial service for Jason Kemp referred to the Grand Junction man’s death as murder. Kemp, 31, was shot and killed July 20 in what multiple witnesses described as a ...


War of words

By The Daily Sentinel

The smoking gun in the 90,000 pages of documents related to the war in Arghanistan that were made public by WikiLeaks may be just this: There is no smoking gun. Unlike the notorious Pentagon Papers of the 1970s, which showed the Johnson ...


Printed letters, July 28, 2010

By Staff

Now that voting has begun, Scott McInnis is facing a problem with plagiarism. Plagiarism can be serious or a simple mistake. Which is it here? The fact that it is coming out now certainly should raise serious doubts about the motivation for ...


Feud between Bennet, Romanoff could damage both candidates

By Bill Grant

Compared to the acrimonious charges and counter charges by their Republican counterparts, the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate has been relatively free of personal attacks. Both Michael Bennet and Andrew Romanoff have run positive ...


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