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Despite heart surgery, Delta student graduates

By William Woody

MONTROSE — One year ago, Delta resident Alma Morales was simultaneously rejoicing and sickened with worry. One of her two sons was graduating with the 2010 class of Delta High School. The other was undergoing heart surgery. The surgery ...

Chilly, rainy night dooms Mesa State’s Skarda in national championships

By Staff

Mesa State College sophomore Alexis Skarda dropped out of the women’s 5,000-meter race Saturday night in the NCAA Division II national championships. A stress fracture had kept Skarda out of competition since shortly after she won the ...

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Springhill Suites in downtown GJ targets younger clientele

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Brothers Steve and Kevin Reimer were looking for a hotel that would appeal to young jet-setters. They decided to make a Springhill Suites by Marriott their third downtown hotel franchise based on its modern look and abundant amenities. The ...

Blotter, May 29, 2011

By Staff

Investigation ongoing The Grand Junction Police Department on Saturday continued to investigate the alleged murder of an unidentified man reported dead at 11:35 a.m. Friday on the west bank of the Colorado River near the Colorado Highway 340 ...

Biz Buzz, May 29, 2011

By Staff

Heading into 2011, things were going quite swimmingly for Flying Fish Sushi. Owners Spike Howard and Jenny Northup, Howard’s son, Chad, and their 20-plus employees were making fresh sushi daily in 14 City Market locations across the ...

You Said It, May 29, 2011

By Staff

Please, please, please remove Ward Churchill articles from the front page. I’m sure someone in your organization is intelligent enough to realize that most people feel Ward Churchill is nothing more than a liar and a cheat. A man with no ...

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Tracking trends on foot truly a sole search

By Sherida Warner

Fashion stops at the knees, said the enrollment form for the recent 2011 International Quilt Market in Salt Lake City. “Be sure to bring a couple of pairs of comfortable, supportive shoes to keep that spring in your step,” because ...


Book takes a thorough look at Colorado National Monument on its centennial

By Special to the Sentinel

By Diana Tixier Herald This stunning collection of photographs, history, art, news and essays celebrating the centennial of Colorado National Monument is a book to savor. Great for quick browsing with its lavish illustrations, ...

Iowa Western rallies to defeat Seward County

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Iowa Western Community College overcame an early 4-0 deficit to defeat Seward County 17-9 in seven innings at Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Mitch Warne was 3 for 4 with six RBI for the Reivers (41-18). A.J. Gaura pitched four ...

High elevation snow totals 258 percent of average, leaving fishing season in flux

By Dave Buchanan

A shift this weekend to more seasonal temperatures makes winners of baseball fans and boaters but adds more suspense to a fishing season already full of questions. Warm weather greeted Saturday’s opening of the Alpine Bank Junior ...

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