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Sports in Brief: Morris finishes second in giant slalom

By Staff

Skiing Morris finishes 2nd in giant slalom Birgit Morris led the Powderhorn Race Club with a second-place finish in the girls J5 (ages 9-10) division at the Crested Butte Giant Slalom on Jan. 2-3 in Crested Butte. Powderhorn’s two J3 ...


Apply Medicare tax to investment income

By Staff

As the president and congressional Democrats try to resolve differences over the proposal to tax so-called Cadillac health insurance plans — differences that threaten to shatter labor union support for health care reform — a new ...


Geer to play in final college game, eyed by NFL

By Allen Gemaehlich

Riar Geer’s football career at the University of Colorado is over, but the Fruita Monument High School graduate will get another opportunity to play a college game. The senior tight end is invited to play in the East-West Shrine game ...


Tigers get stingy, top Moffat County

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There were times Tuesday night when the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team played perfect defense. Literally. The Tigers (7-4, 0-0 Southwestern League) held Moffat County scoreless in the first quarter on their way to a 47-26 ...


Nuclear plant debate centers on legal right to Green River water

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GREEN RIVER, Utah — A proposed nuclear power plant near the city of Green River would draw a negligible amount of water from the Green River, proponents said, but opponents criticized the project as an unproven venture that could upset ...


Auto Zone robbed at knifepoint

By Tim Harty

Police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Auto Zone auto-parts store at 2848 North Ave. shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday. According to Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras, a man walked into the Auto Zone as the store ...


Donors played big role in Century Project

By Amy Hamilton

In 1896 the Sisters of Charity from Leavenworth, Kan., opened a 10-bed, wood-frame hospital in Grand Junction built with the help of community donations. At that time, Sisters Balbina Farrell and Louisa Madden raised $50,000 to open the ...


Two-term Denver Mayor Hickenlooper enters governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Popular Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper announced Tuesday that is running for governor. Hickenlooper, who’s nearing the end of his second term as mayor, said he decided to enter the race because his accomplishments in ...


Printed letters, Jan. 13, 2010

By Staff

Minimum-wage law helps drive inflation In reference to Bill Grant’s column in The Daily Sentinel Jan. 6, as an employer in Grand Junction I have no intention of lowering the minimum wage for my employees by 3 cents. Since Amendment 42 ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Obama recycling Cheney regarding foreign policy Dick Cheney’s well-publicized theory that we should react to all threats with force, real or imagined, even though there’s no credible proof and a 110-to-1 possibility it could be ...


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