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Eagle Valley tops GJ in volleyball

By Staff

It’s been customary in the past couple of years for the Grand Junction High School volleyball team to get off to a slow start and find itself having to battle back in games. “We’ve got to get out of that,” Tigers coach ...


Linsacum hired as Mesa State strength coach

By Allen Gemaehlich

A former Mesa State College student-athlete has returned to make the Mavericks better. Dan Linsacum was hired as the school’s first director of strength and conditioning, Mesa State announced Thursday. “Strength and conditioning ...


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Whaley rebuilding relationships after returning to Mesa

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tanner Whaley was worried his teammates wouldn’t want him back. He felt bad leaving his football teammates to pursue other opportunities, so when he returned to Mesa State College last spring, Whaley wanted to earn that respect ...


Death notices: Sept. 04, 2009

By Staff

• June L. Littlejohn, 88, Nucla, died Sept. 1, 2009, at home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Union Congregational Church in Nucla. Burial will follow at the Nucla Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the Nucla and ...


Briefs: Local news Sept. 04, 2009

By Staff

BLM seeks comment on land exchange • The Bureau of Land Management is accepting comments about a proposed land exchange that would provide access to public land with deer and elk habitat near Timber Ridge. The proposal is to ...


Child is 3rd person to catch swine flu in Mesa County

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A child under the age of 5 has been hospitalized in Mesa County after contracting the H1N1 influenza virus, health officials announced Thursday. It is the third confirmed swine-flu case in the county. A young adult tested positive for the ...


Unnecessary prosecutions?

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re anything but astonished to see that former Grand Junction police officer Richard Bacher was found not guilty of misdemeanor assault in his jury trial this week. Here was a guy, working on a rifle in a local gun shop — a ...


Political Indoctrination 101

By The Daily Sentinel

As if his intentions for adults weren’t enough, that cunning President Barack Obama has devised a plan to inculcate America’s youngsters with his liberal ideology. At least that’s the response of many conservatives to the ...


3 firms cleared, 1 not in benzene probe

By Dennis Webb

The state has cleared three energy companies and is focusing on a fourth in the case of a man who became ill after drinking benzene-contaminated water at his cabin northwest of Parachute. Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff ...


Residents: Term limits for officials should stay

By Staff

According to a recent survey, Mesa County residents do not want to extend the two-term limits for the sheriff, district attorney and coroner. The survey was conducted Saturday during a telelephone-town-hall meeting with Mesa County officials. ...


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