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Prep soccer scores, April 19, 2012

By Staff

Palisade 1, Delta 0 Thursday at Delta Halftime score: PAL, 1-0 Goals (assists): Megan Crawford (Audrey Rose Kachin) Goalies, saves: Katie Dunn (PAL) 3, Samantha Henderson (DEL) 6. Shots: PAL, 7; DEL, 3. Montrose 2, Central 0 Thursday ...


Prep tennis results, April 19, 2012

By Staff

Fruita Monument 6, Montrose 1 Thursday at Fruita Monument Singles No. 1 — Courtney Chism, M, def. Sara Cesark, 6-0, 6-3; No. 2 — Mededith Soychak, FM, def. Hailee Phillips, 6-0, 6-2; No. 3 — Sierra Segrest, FM, def. Alyssa ...


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Roundabouts, landscaping among changes for Horizon Drive

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For the millions of people who visit the Grand Valley every year, Horizon Drive often is their introduction to the area. Some spend most or all of their time on the financial backbone of Grand Junction, working and eating there. And what they ...


Getting It Right, April 20, 2012

By Staff

A Blotter item on page 3A Thursday about the arrest of 21-year-old Breezy M. Pinkerton should have indicated the Mesa County Department of Human Services took custody of Pinkerton’s two children.  ...


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Blotter, April 20, 2012

By Staff

Resisting arrest alleged Ginger Mae Glandt, 39, 311 Beaver St., was arrested Thursday after she was pulled over for a series of traffic infractions and allegedly resisted deputies, including reportedly attempting to drive away while one ...


La Court Hotel was GJ’s social hub, with legit events, and otherwise

By Staff

Part Two in a series on the history of the opulent La Court Hotel. When the doors of the La Court Hotel at Second and Main streets were locked on Nov. 30, 1967, more than a half-century of memories remained locked inside, according to the ...


Friends hold 2-day book saleto help library

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

No one can throw a book on their spring cleanup pile, so this time of year, hundreds of books start pouring into the Friends of the Library book-collection site, prompting the group’s annual spring sale. “It’s always heavier ...


Pair indicted in slippery scheme

By Staff

Two people from Centennial-based Pro Grease Trap Services have been indicted by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office on suspicion they failed to fully empty grease traps at Grand Junction restaurants and misrepresented their ...


Death notices, April 20, 1012

By Staff

■ Stanley “Don” Curtis, 78, Grand Junction, died April 18, 2012, at his home. Services will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Victory Life Church. Mr. Curtis was a communications and data technician. Survivors include his wife, ...


The politics of energy are far from depleted

By The Daily Sentinel

Energy issues grabbed headlines in Washington and Colorado this week, thanks to both federal and private actions. The Obama administration ramped up its regulation of the oil and gas industry with new rules announced on air emissions and ...


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