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Crews let Rifle-area fire burn

By Staff

A wildfire near Rifle remained active within its 170-acre perimeter but did not grow Tuesday, Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management said in a news release. “The fire is cleaning up its interior and doing what we want it to ...


Death Notices, June 23, 2010

By Staff

Emma L. Browning, 92, Austin, died June 16, 2010, at New Horizons Care Center in Eckert. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Grand Junction Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Browning was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Richard of Farmington, ...


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Gentzler’s reason for boxing was simply to see if he could

By Patrick Bahr

What prompts an athlete to step into a boxing ring? Mike Tyson began boxing because of a troubled childhood, scrapping in street fights before Cus D’Amato took the troubled teen under his wing. Manny Pacquiao took up boxing as a way to ...


Quartet of local mibsters having fun at National Marbles Tournament

By Staff

The Mesa County Mibsters are learning what it means to have tunnel vision. Local marble players Jake O’Banion, 13, Kyle Krabbe, 13, Katie Carozza, 10, and Anna Lee, 8, are spending this week in Wildwood, N.J., competing in the National ...


Sports Briefs, June 22, 2010

By Staff

Baseball Two JUCO players to play in All-Star game in the Netherlands Two players from the 2010 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series and one from the 2009 tournament made the NJCAA/USA All-Star team that will play in the Netherlands next ...


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‘Compassionate’ Lion of the Year

By Daniel Humphries

Mike Russell believes many members of the Grand Junction Lions Club are deserving of the Lion of the Year award. He just didn’t count himself among them. His fellow Lions thought differently, though, as Russell received the prestigious ...


E-mail letters, June 22, 2010

By Staff

McInnis is more experienced gubernatorial candidate In the article by Charles Ashby titled, “Itemized fees annoy customers, Maes contends,” on Page 7A Maes that Xcel Energy and other power suppliers should pay to build their own ...


Fruitvale fire possible arson

By Paul Shockley

A fire that destroyed a Fruitvale home and left a family of four homeless last week was intentionally set, the Clifton Fire Protection District said today. Fire investigator Chris Rowland said the blaze, which was reported at 12:45 a.m. ...


Fire FC wins regional game

By The Daily Sentinel

The Fire FC Premier 97 girls soccer team won its second game in group competition today, defeating Avalanche 97 Black of Utah 3-0, in Albuquerque, N.M. The Fire is now 1-1 in group play and faces RVFC Zia 97 of New Mexico at 11 this morning ...


Tea party candidates could lead Republicans to defeat

By Bill Grant

The tea party groups in Colorado have cause to celebrate, but the Republican Party may not. A recently released Rasmussen poll finds that “thirty-three percent of likely Colorado voters find themselves members of the tea party ...


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