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People at The Daily Sentinel made journalism a great career

By Denny Herzog

One would think that after 36-plus years in this business — more than 30 of those at The Daily Sentinel/GJSentinel.com — there would be much to say. Surely, in all those decades there were huge stories to cover, important lessons ...


Warriors not saying ‘what if’ as playoffs open

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Sometimes it’s easy to play the “what if” game, especially if you’re the Central High School football team. The Warriors were a mere seven points from being in a much different situation at this point in the ...


Death of cop forces re-interview of witnesses in abuse case

By Amy Hamilton

Investigators with the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office will re-interview witnesses in an abuse case because the main police officer who gathered information on the case has died. Former Grand Junction Police Department officer ...


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Nursing home resident accused of assault, having nude pictures

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A Grand Junction nursing home resident has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault after family members cleaning out his house found sexually explicit pictures of him and a young girl that were taken nearly 20 years ago. Robert Ernest ...


Tiger golf team plans benefit for ill teammate

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The Grand Junction High School golf team is sponsoring a fundraiser for one of its own. Junior Mike Bamford, who was born with cystic fibrosis, was diagnosed in September with a rare form of leukemia. He is being treated at Children’s ...


Death Notices, Nov. 6, 2009

By Staff

Isaac Nathaniel Krebs, 3, of Grand Junction, died Nov. 3, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary with services starting at 1 p.m. Survivors include his parents, Wade and Christa Krebs; ...


Sports in Brief: Two Mavs made academic football team

By Staff

Mesa State punter C.J. Smith and tight end Seth Damron were selected to the ESPN All-Academic College Division District 7 team, announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Smith made the first team with a 3.54 ...


WomenÂ’s fight for equality must continue

By Henrietta Hay

Forty-seven years ago, in 1962, at the Third National Conference of the Status of Women, in Washington, D. C., Betty Freidan was having lunch. The discussion was about the inequality of women’s wages and it was all discussion — no ...


The high cost of paying your last respects

By Emily Shockley

Grieving family members often go with what they think their loved ones would have wanted for their funeral, regardless of the cost. That trend hasn’t changed much during an economic recession, according to Nikki Blackburn, co-owner of ...


Mavs set for final hurrah

By Allen Gemaehlich

In a couple of months, three close friends will go their separate ways. The past four years, Mesa State College football players Bennett Newton, Cody Walker and Derek Thorne have shared a residence and have memories that will stay with them ...


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