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091210 2c ByeBye Bee

Museum threads way through quilt evolution

By Sherida Warner

Part of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum’s mission is “to embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.” Certainly, the staff and officials associated with the museum in Golden have seen plenty of growth, ...


091310 SOW Cory Swim

Student of the Week: CHS senior Cory Swim

By Special to the Sentinel

GPA: 3.95 After-school activities: Track & field, swimming, National Honor Society, Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, Future Business Leaders of America. Favorite book: “Born to Run” by Christopher McDougall. Favorite ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results September 13, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - September 13, 2010 Low Net-9 Hole Winners 2nd and 3rd Flight 1st Dixie Ficklin 2nd and 3rd Flight 2nd Lou ...


Maes to federal government: ‘Screw them’

By The AP

AVON — Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate told a group during a campaign stop that he’ll be tough on illegal immigration no matter what the federal government thinks, saying “screw them.” Maes was speaking at ...


091310 Encore mojo

Encore Shoppe closes, then reopens in new location

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Encore Shoppe is leaving the quiet corner of Cottonwood Mall and moving to the bustling and busy intersection of 5th Street and Grand Avenue this week. The store at 2403 U.S. Highway 6&50 was nearly empty Monday morning. The doors ...


Tancredo in Denver court to face lawsuit

By The AP

DENVER — American Constitution Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo told a Denver judge that his party’s bylaws trumped state law when he got his last-minute nomination in July. The former Republican congressman was ...


Mesa County cuts taxes

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The Mesa County Commission this morning cut the county’s take of the business personal property tax by about $500,000. The idea,  Commission Chairman Craig Meis said, was to help struggling county businesses. “Putting these ...


091210 Truck in the river

Crash sends truck into the Colorado; two men injured

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two men were injured and one vehicle ended up in the Colorado River after a two-vehicle accident Sunday morning on Interstate 70. Just after 8 a.m., Lynn Rich, 45, from White Rock, Utah, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado truck east between ...


Bus pullouts expected to ease traffic congestion

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Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction this week will begin construction on a series of bus pullouts along North Avenue, a project that should improve pedestrian and motorist safety and alleviate traffic delays. Two pullouts will be built ...


091310 Water dogs

Splish splash, they were having a blast

By Melinda Mawdsley

If Soda Pop could imagine her perfect morning, it might look something like Sunday. Warmed by the sun and cooled by 84-degree water, Soda Pop repeatedly leaped into Lincoln Park-Moyer Pool to retrieve a tennis ball, before dog-owner Dave ...


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