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Rug flood

Flood claims denied

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The city of Grand Junction’s insurance company has rejected damage claims filed by three business owners whose stores were inundated with water, mud and rocks when a crumbling, city-owned waterline burst in October. The claims were ...

Breach could put people at risk

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The inadvertent online publishing of more than 20 years’ worth of personal and investigative Mesa County Sheriff’s Department records could put at risk the personal and financial security of departmental employees and informants, ...

Anybody with any police contact advised to guard identity, credit

By Staff

Employees and people who have been involved with one of three Grand Valley law-enforcement agencies are being alerted to take steps to protect their credit and identities, Mesa County officials said Friday. The people who should take note are ...

Valley Investments trial will be held in Denver

By Staff

Western Slope residents who lost money in Valley Investments will be able to watch the trial via closed-circuit television in Grand Junction, but the trial will be conducted in Denver. U.S. District Judge Philip A. Brimmer ruled Friday the ...


You Saw it Photos for December 2010

By Dan Bennett

Submitted photos taken by Daily Sentinel readers.  ...

Death Notices, Dec. 4, 2010

By Staff

Elsie Holland, 81, Grand Junction, died Dec. 2, 2010. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at New Haven Pentecostal Holiness Church in Palisade. Mrs. Holland was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Lester; one son, Glen Ray Cooper of ...

Utah Wildlife Board cuts deer hunt permits

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Wildlife Board is raising the cost and slashing the number of deer hunting permits in an effort to boost the state’s declining mule deer population. The sweeping decision to cut permits by up to 13,000 ...


A chat with saxophonist Anna Marie Wytko, Mesa State’s Calvin Hofer

By Melinda Mawdsley

The creation of Calvin Hofer, The Best of the West Music Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary this month. Hofer, head of the music department and director of wind studies at Mesa State College, sat down recently to talk about what Best of ...


OutFit: Party clothes

By Ivy Parnasius

Now that Thanksgiving is over it is time to start thinking about what to wear to holiday parties. Comfort is important, but you also want to shine. Here are some easy fashion ideas. For a casual party keep it simple. Wear a bejeweled top ...

Third time’s a charm for many recording artists

By Rock Cesario

“How come so many bands put out great first albums and then have trouble duplicating that again?” This is a question a customer asked the other day. I told him that the music business is a strange and cruel animal at times. But ...

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