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Getting It Right, March 2, 2012

By Staff

e_SEnS■ A story on Page 1A Thursday should have said Isaac A. Garcia of Grand Junction is 18 years old.  ■  A photo caption on Page 1A and a story on Page 6A incorrectly spelled the name of Lands End Fire Protection ...


Blotter, March 2, 2012

By Staff

Bottomless hijinks report A reported fight at a Clifton restaurant last week turned out to be nothing more than a half-dressed man goofing off with friends, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies were dispatched ...


Brazilian arrested in cyber sex sting

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A Brazilian man remains in custody without bond after his first court appearance Thursday in Grand Junction on charges he flew into Grand Junction intending to have sex with a woman, her 14-year-old stepdaughter and 4-year-old daughter. Paulo ...


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March roars into Grand Valley

By Staff

March roared into western Colorado like a lion Thursday, blanketing the valleys and mountains with heavy, wet snow that delighted skiers and boarders, relieved fruit growers who prefer that trees remain dormant a while longer and triggered a ...


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Grand Junction’s earliest veteran laid to rest on Presidents Day

By Staff

The headstone for 19th century Indian wars veteran Peter Buck, inscribed with “11th Michigan Militia, Black Hawk War” has found a final Grand Junction resting place. Buck’s tombstone, discovered in 1896 as part of a sidewalk ...


Death Notices, March 2, 2012

By Staff

■ John (Butch) Amling, 61, Grand Junction, died Feb. 29, 2012, at his home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Mr. Amling was a truck driver. Survivors include one son, Brian Reedy of Rockton, ...


Sports Briefs, March 1, 2012

By Staff

College Athletics Weather delays Mesa games It must be spring — two Colorado Mesa University sporting events have been altered because of the recent snow across the state. The CMU women’s lacrosse game, scheduled for 7 p.m. ...


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You Saw It Photos –– March 2012

By Dan Bennett

Community photos submitted in March by Daily Sentinel readers  ...


Shell beginning first project on federal shale R&D lease

By Dennis Webb

Shell has broken ground on the first project on any of its three federal oil shale research and development leases, a company representative said today. Carolyn Tucker told the Northwest Colorado Oil and Gas Forum in Rifle that the company ...


Group plans to offer more scholarships

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The Saccomanno Higher Education Foundation hopes to offer more need-based scholarships in higher amounts for this spring’s applicants. The foundation, founded by former Grand Junction residents Geno and Virginia Saccomanno in 1992, has ...


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