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No escape from county’s justice

By The Daily Sentinel

Shane Johnson did several things when he escaped from the Mesa County Jail a little more than two years ago. First, by sawing through steel mesh at the jail with contraband saw blades, hiding in an exercise yard and dropping down the side of ...


Bosley for CU regent

By The Daily Sentinel

UPDATED Republican Steve Bosley is seeking his second six-year term as an at-large candidate on the University of Colorado Board of Regents. He has an enthusiasm for CU, as well as experience and in dealing with the issues it faces. He ...


Printed letters, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

No ‘opt out’ of physician supervision Since 1909, the tradition of the nurse anesthetist (CRNA) is well-established to extend the care and plan of a physician within a scope of practice for which the nurse is trained. This ...


Printed letters, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

Bennet, Salazar value people over big firms Here are three good reasons to vote for Michael Bennet and John Salazar this November. When the chips were down, they voted for people, not big corporations. Washington Republicans, in every case, ...


Long and winding road brings columnist to The Daily Sentinel

By Jim Spehar

Editor’s note: Today we are pleased to introduce a weekly column by Jim Spehar, former Mesa County commissioner and Grand Junction City Council member. Well, hello again. Seems like only yesterday (actually, it was a little over a week ...


100310 lego store

Online LEGO distributor gets retail license for Grand Junction storefront

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It took four years for the eBricksOnline Outlet Store, a global distributor of LEGO pieces, to receive a license from the LEGO corporation in Billund, Denmark, to sell kits directly from its store at 539 N. First St. “Getting licensed ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

The Rocky Mountain Pub has undergone a transformation. Hired Aug. 12 as manager, Johny Wrong has spent the past weeks changing the 539 Colorado Ave., establishment into a live music venue where people feel comfortable ordering drinks, shooting ...


Subway shop in airport to rebound from rocky start, manager says

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Subway Cafe lost $14,000 in its first three months of operation at Grand Junction Regional Airport, but airport officials expect the eatery to turn a profit regularly as soon as employee turnover rate settles down. Between June 1 and Aug. 31, ...


Religion Briefs, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

Church to have music show fundraiser A concert featuring Mack Bailey and Rachel Levy, as well as Bill Danoff, will be at 3 p.m. today at the Monument Presbyterian Church, 2020 S. Broadway. Bailey and Levy perform folk, country and bluegrass, ...


For The Record, Oct. 3, 2010

By Staff

Births St. Mary’s Hospital James Lamb III and Destiny Lamb, Clifton, a son, Aug. 22. George and Kezia Schmidt, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 2. Ryan and Kristin Woodward, Fruita, a daughter, Sept. 10. Ben Bridger and Sarah ...


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