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Coroner releases IDs in wreck, drowning

By Charles Ashby

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office on Friday released the names of two people who died Thursday in unrelated incidents. Nicholas J. Jacobson, 26, of Grand Junction, died Thursday while driving his Honda motorcycle east on North Avenue ...


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Palisade 9-10 boys edge Orchard Mesa

By Scott Schlaufman

Friday’s Little League All-Star District 1 tournament game between Orchard Mesa and the Palisade 9-10 boys B baseball teams took a little longer than expected. The game started at 6 p.m. and took nearly 4 1⁄2 hours to finish as ...


Palisade Major boys use home runs to top Fruita

By Staff

The Palisade Little League Major boys team hit four home runs to win its District 1 tournament opener Friday night at Palisade. Palisade defeated Fruita 16-6. Max Noland hit a grand slam in the first inning for his first home run. Dan McLean ...


Bill Barrett Corp. pursues 88-well project near Silt

By Dennis Webb

Bill Barrett Corp. is seeking to drill up to 88 wells from six pads 3.5 miles southeast of Silt under a proposal being reviewed by the Bureau of Land Management. The company wants to begin drilling this fall and complete the work over five ...


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Marques Harris golf scramble benefits District 51 football programs

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There were plenty of things to play for, but the most important may be the high school football players. Close to a dozen professional athletes participated in the Marques Harris Kids Foundation golf scramble Friday afternoon at The Golf Club ...


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Horsethief Canyon, Fruita ‘under siege’ of culex mosquitoes

By Amy Hamilton

Spraying a bit to ward against mosquitoes for an annual outdoor party usually does the trick for Brian Davis, who lives on Orchard Mesa on cliffs above the Gunnison River. Those efforts seemed futile recently after millions of the ...


Power lines near airport in Delta will be lowered

By William Woody

DELTA — High capacity power lines just north of Delta’s Blake Field Airport are expected to be lowered in the coming months as the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association and Delta County officials continue to hash out a ...


Man suspected in 2nd wave of car break-ins

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man was arrested Thursday night in connection with his second alleged theft-from-vehicle spree in less than a month, the most recent ending shortly after he smashed the window of an unmarked police patrol car and stole a purse that ...


Monsoons come early to the valley

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If your swamp cooler hasn’t seemed as effective the past few days, it’s likely not a mechanical problem. An early introduction of the monsoon has thrown a moist blanket over the Grand Valley, lending a sticky feel to days that are ...


Getting it Right, July 9, 2011

By Staff

“Getting it right” appears as needed to correct erroneous information that has appeared in The Daily Sentinel’s news columns, to add details that should not have been omitted from a story or to correct typographical errors ...


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