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Palisade offers Springfest Celebration events

By Staff

Palisade is rolling out the red carpet to welcome the arrival of spring in the Grand Valley. The Springfest Celebration will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 28, in Palisade’s Town Center Plaza at Main and Third streets. Along ...


If you’re a locavore in Junction, you’re in luck

By Tess Furey

If you prefer to know where your food comes from, you might be a locavore. If you like to know that your food was produced in a natural and humane way, you might be a locavore. If you want your food fresh from a local farm or ranch, not ...


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OutFit: Wooden-handle bags

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel Natural materials and fibers are at the forefront of fashion right now, and the accessory of the moment is a wooden-handle clutch or tote. These bags are the perfect blend of ‘70s bohemian and ...


Blue deals with humorous and serious sides of disorder

By Staff

Josh Blue pokes fun at cerebral palsy for laughs, but he’s actually pretty serious about the neurological disorder he was born with. Blue is active on the U.S. Paralympic Soccer Team and competed in the Paralympic Games in Athens. ...


Before the Beatles landed, D.C Five was rocking the USA

By Rock Cesario

Many folks, me included, thought the Beatles were the first English band to tour the United States, therefore starting the British Invasion. First off, no one knew that it was an invasion at the time, and not too many thought it would ...


Concert goers to get bonus

By Staff

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming performances come with a bonus. The audience will hear the symphony perform an original melody composed by Fruita’s Abigail Heaton, 14, who won the Crystal Baton competition aimed ...


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Percussionist to be featured at Centennial BandÂ’s Spring Concert

By Staff

A variety of percussion instruments — xylophone, marimba, vibraphone — will be on stage with percussionist Darin Kamstra, the guest soloist at the upcoming Grand Junction Centennial Band concert. The Centennial Band Spring Concert ...


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Entertainment pick: Contra Dance

By Staff

Saturday, March 27 Twist and twirl Left feet are more than welcome at the Contra Dance in the Palisade Veterans Memorial Community Center. No need to pretend you can bust a sweet move, you’ll get dance-move directions from Ron Young ...


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New Joshua Danger video in production

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Joshua Danger feels compassion for the older man who can’t get a date. “Why can’t the older guys get the younger girls too?” is the thought that inspired his newest song, “DILF: Dads I’d Like to ...


Realtor News from March 17-3, 2010

By Staff

Keller Williams Realty is pleased to announce the recent addition of 14 fabulous agents to our Grand Junction location.  With the addition of these agents, Keller Williams is now the largest real estate office in Western Colorado. Please ...


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