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Nuggets mull what to do about ‘Melo

By The AP

DENVER — Just how much longer will Carmelo Anthony play for the Denver Nuggets? He can opt out of his contract after the upcoming season and become the headliner of the 2011 free agent class or he could play out the final two years of ...


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Debate team speaks up about fundraiser

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Fruita Monument Speech and Debate team has little time to raise enough money to fund their upcoming competitive loop, which may include regional and national competitions. The team is hosting a spirit night to kick off the new school ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — Aug. 17, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Making the most of your fishing trip This is the time of year where fishing becomes more of a leisurely activity, especially during the heat of an August afternoon. A good strategy is to throw your line in the water, grab a ...


Palisade fixing water main leak

By Amy Hamilton

Most water users in Palisade shouldn’t experience a lack of water as town workers fix a leak in a main distribution line, town public works officials said today. Town workers will be shutting off water from Palisade’s Rapid Creek ...


Maes picks Williams as running mate

By The AP

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has picked former state Rep. Tambor Williams to be his running mate. Maes introduced Williams at a press conference at his Englewood campaign office today. Williams is an attorney ...


Oregon man involved in Divide Road accident died of multiple injuries

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A man who was flung from a vehicle on Divide Road when it flipped end-to-end suffered multiple injuries and died as the result of an accident, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said. James R. Schaefer, 74, of Portland, Ore., was on his ...


Go-kart racer died on impact, coroner says

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The 9-year-old girl whose go-kart collided on Sunday with a trailer died immediately on impact, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said. Taybor L. Duncan of Aurora, who was wearing safety gear, suffered multiple injuries in the collision ...


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Girl’s death first fatality at speedway

By Paul Shockley

A hum of go-karts lapping Grand Junction Motor Speedway was replaced with silence Monday as the facility stayed closed, with no firm date to reopen, after the first fatal accident in its 10-year history. “This isn’t what’s ...


Junction’s growth plan catches eye of national panel

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s comprehensive plan, which provides a road map for growth in the Grand Valley, is receiving accolades from the American Planning Association, according to planning officials at Monday’s City Council meeting. The ...


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Cracks spread in new animal shelter

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Less than four months after opening a state-of-the-art, $2 million facility to house stray dogs and cats, Mesa County and the building contractor are trying to figure out how to stem a web of cracks that has spread across the floor of the new ...


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