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Porch played a big role in accomplished musicians early days

By Rock Cesario

Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett have been friends since their days in college together at Texas A&M in the early 1980s. Keen said they used to sit on the front porch of the house they shared, playing their guitars and thinking about ...


Central wins in 12, moves to semis: Fruita Monument, Palisade fall in state tourney

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AURORA — Central High School catcher Brittany Hoppe wasn’t having quite the day she imagined Friday, but she knew it wasn’t over yet. In the top of the 12th inning in the quarterfinals of the Class 5A state softball ...


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Phone bills may go up to fund 911

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The city of Grand Junction has asked a state board to more than double the monthly fee phone users pay for 911 service, hoping to generate millions of dollars in additional revenue to fund a series of equipment upgrades at the Grand Junction ...


3rd quarter expensive in governor’s race

By Emily Shockley

Hotel stays. Airfare. Consultants. Stuff with your name on it. It’s all part of the cost of running for public office. Colorado’s three richest gubernatorial campaigns have together spent nearly half a million dollars in the ...


Annexation petitions circulate in Fruitvale

By Staff

Annexation petitions are circulating in the eastern half of Fruitvale. The petitions are being circulated only to property owners. The question: Do you want to be annexed by the city of Grand Junction? Mesa County sponsored three meetings ...


Rep. Salazar denounces his Web support of public option

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A Web site operated by former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean claims U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., as a supporter of the public option for health care. Republicans pounced on the characterization, and a Salazar spokesman ...


Male lynx illegally killed near Silverton

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado’s efforts to restore populations of Canada lynx were stymied again this fall when a male lynx was illegally killed near Silverton. The lynx, a 4-year old male, was the victim of someone using a bow and arrow, said Drayton ...


Briefs, Oct. 23, 2009

By Staff

Veterans event today in GJ The Mobile Veterans Center will be at the old City Market Warehouse from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today as part of the sixth annual Veterans Stand Down for homeless and at-risk veterans. The Veterans Stand Down is from 9 ...


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Outfit: Classics

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel Fall is finally here and it’s time to revamp last years wardrobe, but where to begin? First, weed out anything that no longer fits and items you do not like. Next, keep the classic ...


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Teetering Mavs: Mesa on verge of missing RMAC tournament

By Allen Gemaehlich

A postseason spot is becoming more elusive for the Mesa State College women’s soccer team. One week after falling to eighth in the NCAA Division II Central Region poll, the Mavericks continue to stumble on the field and are teetering on ...


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