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Death notices, April 14, 2012

By Staff

■ Marie Fox, 86, Eckert, died April 11, 2012, at Horizons Care Center. A rosary will be said at 6 p.m. Monday at the St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Delta. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church. Survivors include ...


Citizen groups to present budget findings

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The District 51 School Board will hear ideas from two community groups Tuesday about trimming next year’s budget. The board has to cut between $2 million and $4 million from the district’s 2012–13 budget to compensate for an ...


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‘Jason’ scares customers for Friday 13

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Brian Weller thought it would be a pretty good idea to attract customers, or maybe scare them, into shopping at Hot Topic on Friday the 13th. On the unofficial scary holiday, Weller dressed as Jason, the murderous character from the classic ...


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The Grand Valley: an endurance athlete’s mecca?

By Special to the Sentinel

By Brent Steinberg LTR Sports The Grand Valley is known for providing cyclists with world-class mountain bike trails. However, there’s much more than just great trail riding. The Grand Valley is one of the most overlooked places for ...


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Double your pleasure

By Special to the Sentinel

“Whoa, no way!  I’ve never seen one of those before.  How do you…?” During the past 12 years we have started countless trailside conversations this way. One thing about a mountain tandem: it is a great ...


BLM has not adequately prepared to lease oil and gas in North Fork Valley

By Guest Columnist

Colorado’s North Fork Valley unites the traditional and the trendy. Its multi-generational family ranches and orchards co-exist with increasingly popular wineries and organic farms. Its recent designation as a “Colorado Creative ...


Gun found in Colorado Springs middle school student’s locker

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS – Administrators at a Colorado Springs middle school have found a gun in a student’s locker. KRDO-TV reports the gun was found Friday at Sabin Middle School. No shots were fired and no injuries were reported. The ...


Central hires x-country coach

By Staff

Central hired Jeena Williams to coach the boys and girls cross country program, the school announced. Williams was an assistant coach for the Warriors. She has an extensive background in distance running and cross country, according to the ...


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Grand Valley Bikes promotes bike safety through schools

By Special to the Sentinel

By Grand Valley Bikes http://www.gjcyclists.blogspot.com The City of Grand Junction, in partnership with Grand Valley Bikes (GVB) was awarded $38,000 in 2011 by the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Safe Routes to School program ...


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Ever tried a guided ride? Here’s why you might consider it

By Special to the Sentinel

By Sarah Mah Desert Rat Tours Guides know the area and can do so much more than just lead you out on the trails. There are a few reason why you would hire a guide to show you around. The most obvious being the ease of following. There is no ...


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