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Youth Basketball Results, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Mesa Co. Junior Basketball Association As of Jan. 16 Celtics (GJ) 4-0 Montrose 4-0 Jazz (Central) 2-1 Mavericks (Palisade) 2-2 Delta 1-2 Heat (Central) 1-2 Nuggets (Fruita) 1-2 Rifle 1-2 Spurs (Fruita) 1-2 Bucks (GJ) 0-4 Last ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Sentinel article provided incorrect data on ballot items The Jan. 18 article with its fabrications about the three citizen petitions on the November ballot was disappointing, but predictable. The Daily Sentinel reporter didn’t even ...


Printed letters, Jan. 22, 2010

By Staff

Don’t fall for blackmail on ballot measures Why is it that whenever there is something on the ballot that cuts out a small portion of the numerous taxes we pay, our local governments always threaten they will have to cut street ...


Fund established for family who lost son in Meeker crash

By Paul Shockley

A memorial fund has been established for a Meeker family whose young son died from injuries related to a two-car accident that happened Tuesday morning. In a posting on Facebook entitled “Prayers for the Martin family,” friends ...


High School Wrestling Results, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Montrose 41,  Fruita Monument 22 Thursday at Fruita Monument H.S. 103 pounds – Michael Canavan, M, pinned Matt Bishop, FM, 1:25; 112 – Geordon Hudson, M, dec. Clayton Muller, FM, 9-1; 119 – Kordell Bradshaw, M, pinned ...


Prosecutor lobbies to keep Valley Investments trial in Grand Junction

By {screen_name}

Conducting the trial of Valley Investments owner Philip Rand Lochmiller and two others in Grand Junction would make it possible for investors, many of whom are elderly, to attend, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. The average age of the ...


Don’t privatize Pinnacol

By Staff

News reports from Denver indicate Gov. Bill Ritter is discussing with an investment banking firm the possibility of selling the state’s workers’ compensation insurer, Pinnacol Assurance, to help with the state budget. This, even ...


1.17.10 EC seminar

Extension staff to be busy in 2010

By Staff

This year is going to be another busy year for your local Colorado State University Extension staff. Even with Landscapes West canceled for 2010, there are still numerous workshops and training sessions planned and in the planning stage. The ...


Blotter, Jan. 22, 2010

By Staff

Police ask for help finding wanted fugitive Mesa County law-enforcement agencies are asking for the public’s help in locating a wanted man. Authorities say they are seeking 22-year-old Nathan Paul Bushey for failing to appear on ...


Montrose county mill can help provide safe, reliable nuclear fuel

By Staff

Energy Fuels Resources, Inc. of Nucla and Lakewood, recently submitted an application to the state of Colorado to build the first new uranium mill in the United States in 25 years. Energy Fuels’ Pi&#241on Ridge Mill will be located ...


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