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Junction man charged with vehicular homicide

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors filed two counts of vehicular homicide Thursday against the suspected driver of a vehicle who fatally injured a Grand Junction woman last week. Joseph Leo Weixel, 21, of Grand Junction, was formally charged by Chief Deputy ...

Death Notices, Oct. 14, 2011

By Staff

Richard J. Blanchette, 85, Clifton, died Oct. 12, 2011, in Fruita. No services are planned. He was a heating and air conditioning maintenance worker. Survivors include his wife, Norma Jean; two sons, David Archer of Strasburg and Robert ...

Police Blotter, Oct. 14, 2011

By Staff

Burglary suspects sought Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is looking for the public’s help in identifying and finding the suspects involved in a burglary and theft at a north Grand Junction home. Police say someone entered a home in the ...

Proposition 103’s last, best hope is low voter turn-out

By Josh Penry

The debate over Proposition 103, the $2.9 billion sales and income tax increase described in that ballot sitting on your coffee table, has been decidedly low key. To the best of my knowledge, there have been no TV or radio ads aired by either ...

Printed letters, October 14, 2011

By Staff

In less than a month, voters here will be electing a candidate for School District B, choosing between Ann Tisue and Cindy Enos-Martinez, the incumbent. I heard both candidates speak at a recent Chamber of Commerce event and was impressed with ...

Protests are ‘occupied’ by publicity seekers

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no question that a significant wealth disparity has developed in this country over the past decade and more. That situation has been compounded by the recession, which put millions out of work and cost many more much of their ...

A bipartisan win on free-trade pacts

By The Daily Sentinel

The vote in Congress Wednesday to approve stalled trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama was a victory for President Barack Obama and for congressional leaders of both parties. But more importantly, it was a win for the U.S. ...

101311 costume exchange mojo

Costume exchange benefits kindergarten classroom

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Sometime last year, a light bulb flicked on above the head of Brian Schwerdtfeger, a kindergarten teacher at Dual Immersion Academy. It wouldn’t be long before that bulb, which was in his overhead projector, burnt out and Schwerdtfeger ...

Friday last day for reduced Powderhorn season passes

By Dave Buchanan

Friday is the final day of the Powderhorn Resort pre-season pass sale. Adult skiers and boarder (ages 18-64) can save more than $120 by purchasing their season passes through Friday. New, full-price season pass prices take effect ...

Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club October 13, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - October 13, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net - Flight 1 1st Gross Mark Fish 72 2nd Gross Bob Hughes  ...

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