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Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 25, 2009

By Staff

Volleyball Audrey Steinkirchner gives the Palisade High School volleyball team something valuable. The 6-foot-2 sophomore is a presence in the middle at the net. With Steinkirchner there, the Bulldogs (6-2, 3-0 Western Slope League) have run ...


Pollux: Circle Scarves

By Ivy Parnasius

Every fall I cannot wait to store my flip-flops away and get down to the business of finding the perfect fall shoes. The mission has been completed, and the must-have kicks for fall are Mary Jane shoes with a twist. What makes these Mary Jane ...


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Pollux: Shoulder pads

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel I sleep well most nights knowing that designers across the world are creating fashions to make every woman look more beautiful. My peaceful sleep was interrupted recently when I saw a disturbing trend ...


Briefs: Local Golf Sept. 24, 2009

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Lincoln Park Men’s Club Sept. 16 First Flight Gross: 1. Jim Kronus 34; 2. Scott Holland 37; 3. Todd Binkley 38. Net: 1. Jery Hartman 32; 2. (tie) Greg Holt, Tucker Shanahan 33. Second Flight Gross: 1. Jack Byrne 39; 2. Reggie Brown ...


Briefs: Prep Football Sept. 24, 2009

By Staff

Grand Junction vs. Fruita Monument Saturday, 7 p.m., Stocker Stadium RADIO: KTMM-AM (1340) RECORDS: Grand Junction 0-3, 0-0 Southwestern Conference; Fruita Monument 2-1, 0-0 SWC LAST WEEK: Grand Junction lost to Highlands Ranch on the road ...


Monument to close road for ‘Walk Through Time’ Saturday

By Staff

Don’t take the car for a drive Saturday on Rim Rock Drive. Instead, take the tennis shoes and enjoy a walk or a jog. Or take your bike there and ride. From 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Colorado National Monument is closing 14 miles of ...


Next stop for historic train depot: foreclosure

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Paul Brown turns the key and yanks on the handle of the weathered wooden door. It sticks and protests briefly before giving way, and Brown steps inside the Grand Junction Depot — and back into the city at the turn of the 20th ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup Sept. 24, 2009

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MAV WATCH Volleyball The Mavericks take a five-match winning streak back on the road, playing the team that’s right behind them in the RMAC West standings, Adams State, on Friday night, and at CSU-Pueblo on Saturday. Mesa State (6-7, ...


1897 cabin moved to Battlement Mesa

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A cabin built near Parachute Creek in 1897 has a new home eight miles away in Battlement Mesa. The Thomas Glover Cabin, named for one of the first settlers in the Parachute Creek area, is thought to be the oldest structure left from that ...


Fruita-Junction:  Football rivalery

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Every team has one game that’s a little more important to win than the rest. In the Grand Valley, that game is Fruita Monument vs. Grand Junction. Central is another rivalry game for each school, but Fruita and Grand Junction have been ...


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