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Top cop candidates might overlook arresting sight of Junction police station

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Grand Junction’s next police chief will face the same unenviable charge as the last few preceding chiefs: Leading a department in a police station that, by all accounts, has far outlived its usefulness. And it appears he or she will ...


City tax revenue in free fall

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Grand Junction’s sales- and use-tax revenue plunged 26 percent in July compared to the same time last year, a continuation of a yearlong slide in the city’s primary funding source that will force additional budget cuts. Receipts ...


Briefs: Health Sept. 08, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

• Heart health seminar to be Wednesday Dr. Scott Rollins will present a seminar titled “Heart Health: Better Screening, Better Treatment” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Integrative Medicine Center of Western Colorado, 240 F ...


Restored car working out well for Aherns

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jeremy Ahrens couldn’t get his eye off the old, rusted 1967 Chevy Camaro sitting in his buddy’s junk yard. His buddy, though, wasn’t interested in giving it away. Ahrens forgot about it until he wrecked his orange Dodge ...


Dr. Obama’s Rx for health reform

By The Daily Sentinel

Tomorrow, President Barack Obama is scheduled to make a plea to Congress to approve health care reform legislation in the coming weeks. That’s a far cry from earlier this year, when the president confidently predicted passage of a bill ...


Health P caregivers 9-3-9

CAREGIVERS: ‘The ones who stay have their hearts into it’

By Amy Hamilton

Matthew Duffy smiles broadly in appreciation each time Josie Mullally and Hannah Piper hand him an M&M. The longtime client of Mesa Developmental Services doesn’t speak much but has learned recently to say “more” when the ...


Death notices: Sept. 08, 2009

By Staff

• David L. Emmons, 74, Grand Junction, died Sept. 5, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Hotchkiss. Survivors include his wife, Carol; two sons, Cole of ...


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The pit helps Mesa FB players prepare to return to practice

By Allen Gemaehlich

When a Mesa State College football player goes down with an injury, everyone on the team knows what’s next: The pit. Senior wide receiver Ricky Noble knows it too well, starting a second consecutive season rehabilitating an injury in ...


Briefs: Local sports Sept. 08, 2009

By Staff

College Football • Chernoff receives RMAC award Mesa State College kick returner Griffin Chernoff is the RMAC special teams player of the week. The junior returned a punt 57 yards for a touchdown in the Mavericks’ 35-14 loss to ...


Aztec like stone Jensen 9-1

Is stone tablet from 1340 or 1940, expert asks

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A flagstone tablet inscribed with symbols and what looks like an ancient, stylized, Mayan self-portrait has fascinated Vic Jensen for more than half a century. More recently, it has flummoxed experts in Mexico and confounded investigators in ...


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