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Legislators detail session highs, lows

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Sometimes, halting bills from across the aisle is as big a victory as getting your own bills passed. That was the contention of Grand Junction Republican Sen. Steve King on Tuesday at the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual ...


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United Way spreads giving glow

By Paul Shockley

Even with support from United Way of Mesa County, the head of Hilltop Community Resources said a gloomy economy has meant tough choices at Hilltop. Without that support, Hilltop CEO Mike Stahl said the agency would face up to a 20 percent ...


Timing of visit by Churchill riles tea party in Junction

By Amy Hamilton

A politically conservative Grand Junction group described Ward Churchill as demonic and decried the timing of an upcoming speech in Grand Junction by the controversial former University of Colorado professor. Tim Fenwick, president of tea ...


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Griffins taking strong team to state swimming meet

By Patrick Bahr

The District 51 Griffins swim team is planning for a busy weekend. The Griffins are competing in every event except the breaststroke in the Class 5A state championships Friday and Saturday at the Edora Pool Ice Center in Fort ...


Navarro College wins Southern District title

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Navarro College hasn’t qualified for the NJCAA national baseball championship since 1958. Back then, it was the National Invitational Baseball Tournament in Miami, Okla., the precursor to the Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


Prep Notebook: Montrose’s Robertson selected as SWL player of the year

By Staff

Montrose High School senior Nathan Robertson is the Southwestern League baseball player of the year. The shortstop hit .419 in league with three home runs, three doubles, three triples, 17 RBI and had six stolen bases. “He dealt with a ...


Navarro reaches JUCO World Series

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Navarro (Texas) College broke open a 3-2 game today by scoring five runs in the fourth inning to cruise past Alvin Community College and win the Southern District junior college baseball title. The Bulldogs (41-20) are ranked 14th in the ...


CDOW weekly fishing report — May 17, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

SEASONAL REPORT Anglers love to talk about the weather - and for good reason. The elements often play a key role in fishing success, not to mention an angler’s comfort while on the water, and the current season has provided much to talk ...


Fruita may decide on possible MMJ ban tonight

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The Fruita City Council is expected to decide tonight whether to ask voters if they want to ban medical marijuana centers or prohibit the businesses itself. Public testimony will be taken. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 325 ...


More snow for the mountains, rain for the valley

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The calendar says we’re a little more than a month away from summer. But Old Man Winter isn’t done with western Colorado yet. A winter weather advisory is in effect from 9 p.m. today until noon Wednesday for many of the central ...


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