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Death Notices, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

Roger Wilson Bushnell Jr., 57, Grand Junction, died Nov. 28, 2011, in Grand Junction. No services are planned. Mr. Bushnell was a painter. Survivors include his mother, Margaret Bushnell of Grand Junction, and one sister, Jenny Sherman of ...


All-Southwestern League Soccer Team, Wednesday, Nov. 30

By Staff

All-Southwestern League Boys First Team Elseo Gomez, Sr., Montrose; Cory Rhodes, Sr., Central; Brady Carroll, Sr., Central; Hector Almanza, Sr., Montrose; Jorge Rojas, Jr., Montrose; Casey Franklin, Sr., Durango; Taylor Graham, Sr., ...


Martinez is player of year

By Staff

Prep Soccer Martinez is player of year Fruita Monument senior Peter Martinez was selected the Southwestern League player of the year after leading the league with 13 goals. Martinez was the Wildcats’ lone first-team selection, but ...


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Warriors hoping to make playoffs again after tough season

By Nick Walter

Even from a seat in his dimly lit classroom, far removed from the Central High School gym on Tuesday, Todd Dixon is having Denver Coliseum withdrawal pains. A 2-20 season, on the heels of three consecutive state playoff runs, will do ...


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King brings added skill as transfer for Mavs

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Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Jim Heaps thought he landed a player last year with the ability to create his own shot similar to Michael Dominguez. Heaps and associate head coach Andy Shantz thought they had a good shot at ...


For The Record, Nov. 26, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Scott and LeeVon Merriett, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 8. Joel Perales and Laura Ortiz, Grand Junction, a daughter, Nov. 9. Lucio and Kristen Flores, Clifton, a daughter, Nov. 10. Chris and Tasha Prock, ...


Gessler trying to make state comply with court cases, U.S. Constitution

By Rick Wagner

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler certainly seems to be an interesting figure to some folks, and there is no doubt that his “bull in a china shop” approach to his job of dealing with election law can be a little distressing ...


Printed letters, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

In the mid-1970s, the state of Utah worked diligently to create special districts to receive and distribute federal mineral lease money separate from monies allocated to the counties through Payment In Lieu of Taxes and other programs. This ...


New districts serve Mesa County well

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans around Colorado are apoplectic this week about the latest redistricting plan for seats in the state Legislature, but voters in Mesa County should be pleased with the new plan. First, and most importantly, it would restore the ...


Congress looking at lawmakers insider trading

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress, battling single digit approval ratings, are paying attention to the perception that some lawmakers enriched themselves through insider trading. Bills in the House and Senate are getting hearings, and ...


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