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Dick Maynard Column April 29, 2009

By Staff

Puzzled. As the late, famous philosopher Ricky Ricardo exclaimed over 50 years ago, “Lucy, somebody’s got some ‘splainin to do.” And, for the sake of we Iowa State alums, keep the explanation simple. There’s ...


Briefs: Local Sports April 29, 2009

By Staff

Soccer • The Grand Junction Soccer Club’s U12 Fire FC girls team went 1-1 last weekend in the Premier 1 League in Denver. The Fire defeated Edge Select of Arvada 4-1 on Saturday with Courtney Barger and Leah Swander ...


Gymnast Muhr 4-23-9

KidzPlex’s Muhr excited about 2nd straight Junior Olympic berth

By Staff

Cammi Muhr had a lot on her mind. There was the stress of school, with the ACT test coming up in five days. She was behind in one class. Just making it over to Denver before the passes were closed during a blizzard that blanketed the state ...


Former Central teammates mourn loss of Aric Gisner

By Staff

There were few things Aric Gisner enjoyed more than being part of an athletic event. Be it as a player and later as a coach, Gisner was happiest when he was around sports. Gisner died Friday after suffering a massive heart attack two days ...


FD: Wine Column April 29, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

There’s quite a bit going on the land of Prosecco, that mostly rural part of northeast Italy’s Veneto region that stretches from the relatively soft hills of Conegliano on the east to the precipitous Alpine foothills of ...


Death Notices: April 29, 2009

By Staff

•  Russell Arley Church, 74, Cedaredge, died April 27, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services are pending. Survivors include his wife, Karla; three sons, Dean of Littleton, Kent of Eden, Utah, and Chad of Castle Rock; ...


Briefs: Local News April 29, 2009

By Staff

Musical arts group needs volunteers • The Grand Junction Musical Arts Association, the parent organization of the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, is seeking talented and energetic members of the community to fill a limited number of ...


Interrogation trials would torture U.S.

By The Daily Sentinel

This week’s swine flu scare has, for the time being, taken the spotlight off the festering fight over torture. But rest assured, that fight will resume, with some folks on the left crying for Bush-administration blood in the form of ...


Specter of a supermajority

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s no great surprise that Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter decided he has more in common with Democrats than his own party. He has frequently been at odds with GOP leadership. However, Specter’s decision to switch parties ...


Briefs: United Way gets Stimulas Help

By Staff

County food and shelter programs will receive a $36,244 boost, thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Mesa County was awarded the dollars, and the United Way of Mesa County will act as the administrator of the funds, according ...


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