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You Said It Sept. 20, 2009

By Special to the Sentinel

• Fruita, nice going on your upcoming community rec center. Fruita youth are lucky, for sure. It will keep them busy in positive ways, instead of wondering what negative thing there is to do next. Grand Junction, stop shaming ...


SPEAKING OF SCIENCE A stinging commentary on efficient use of space

By Gary McCallister

Because I recently had to ship a large number of music CDs for Flaming Moth Studio, I was led to ponder the age-old question of how to most efficiently package three- dimensional objects into a given three-dimensional space.  I have been ...


‘To ignore an idea is to deny the art within you’

By Sherida Warner

I understand that many homeowners these days choose to renovate their dwellings, rather than buy new houses in today’s economy. I guess my husband and I are part of that trend, because we’re having some interior walls painted to ...


Death notices: Sept. 20, 2009

By Staff

• Ereole Petrocco, 90, Grand Junction, died Sept. 18, 2009, at home. A private service is planned later. Petrocco retired from the U.S. Army. Survivors include one son, Michael of Sturgis, S.D.; four daughters, Debbie Petrocco ...


Blotter: Sept. 20, 2009

By Staff

Yard sale threat reported Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a yard sale at 3039 Walnut Ave. on Friday morning after the yard sale host complained that a man threatened her because she did not want to sell an item to ...


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Winefest a foot-stomping good time

By Emily Shockley

“Slippery,” “squishy” and “juicy” are the words Barbara Magill and Joanne Peterson used to describe the sensation of stomping grapes. The pair stepped in wooden buckets filled with green grapes Saturday ...


Burglars break into churches

By Emily Shockley

A wedding party found an unpleasant surprise Saturday morning when they opened the doors of Unity Church, 3205 N. 12th St. The night before, vandals broke into the church, along with nearby Lighthouse Christian Center, 3506 N. 12th St. Grand ...


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Defense leads Mesa rally in win over W. New Mexico

By Allen Gemaehlich

For one half, it looked as if Western New Mexico would steal a victory Saturday from Mesa State College. The Mavericks, though, made adjustments and rallied to defeat the Mustangs 43-37 in an RMAC football game at Stocker Stadium. “All ...


Briefs: Prep Football Sept. 20, 2009

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School football team was handed its third nonconference loss by a tough opponent Saturday, losing 35-21 to Highlands Ranch. The Tigers (0-3) had a 14-0 lead late in the third quarter, but a long punt return for a ...


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Briefs: Mesa State Sept. 20, 2009

By Staff

Volleyball Hitters get the glory, back-row players the floor burns. Ali Tompkins got both Saturday night, leading the Mesa State College volleyball team to a four-game victory over Fort Lewis, 25-15, 15-25, 25-28, 25-12 at Brownson ...


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