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Mobile journalist cruises Junction, posting news online as it happens

By Amy Hamilton

It’s a bustling lunch hour on the Colorado Mesa University campus when Daily Sentinel reporter Richie Ann Ashcraft swoops into the cafeteria. She walks briskly, scanning the crowds of students and faculty gathered around tables, chatting ...


Open house on Highway 6 improvements is Monday

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The town of Palisade will host an open house Monday seeking public feedback on a plan to improve and redevelop U.S. Highway 6 between Palisade High School and the Colorado River. The meeting marks the beginning of the town Planning ...


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Palisade festival celebrates contributions of bees

By Amy Hamilton

People couldn’t help but swarm around a display of live, wiggly bees Saturday at Palisade’s International Honeybee Festival. The bees, working on a honeycomb encased in clear plastic, had the added benefit of drawing interested ...


Dad takes ‘appropriate measures for sons’ emerging independence

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Dear Sean and Paul, It has been 19 years now and this is the first time you guys, your mom and I have been apart on your birthday. I have to tell you that it’s strange, to say the least, not at all pleasant, but it’s a fascinating ...


Flying the friendly skies with Frankenstein and his monster

By Krystyn Hartman

After mourning the death of his loved ones, Victor Frankenstein, using chemistry, electricity and the latest technology, brings a dead body back to life. The frightened villagers reject the creature as a monster that then wreaks havoc. ...


Flying the friendly skies with Frankenstein and his monster

By Staff

After mourning the death of his loved ones, Victor Frankenstein, using chemistry, electricity and the latest technology, brings a dead body back to life. The frightened villagers reject the creature as a monster that then wreaks havoc. ...


Printed letters, April 15, 2012

By Staff

April 15 is, for some, a day for under-the-breath muttering. It is that day when, for all of the effort one can muster, the foot dragging of an entire year must finally come to an end. It is that day when “big government” reaches ...


You Said It, April 15, 2012

By Staff

Thank you to the You Said It column and to Sgt. Dave Oswalt from the Grand Junction Police Department for contacting us and getting our carved Bronco Bear returned to us. You Said It is incredibly popular. Your help was much appreciated. It ...


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District 51 administration targeted for cuts

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Less than 10 percent of District 51 administration employees outside of schools fit the mold of what people usually imagine when they think of administration: a person managing other people, coordinating programs, and often filling out ...


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McDonald Creek Cultural Area worth the trip to Utah/Colorado boundary line

By Bill Haggerty

As Jimmy Buffet says, “There’s a fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning.” The same holds true for the Utah/Colorado state line, a few miles west of here. Culturally speaking, there’s not much difference ...


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