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Improvement fee added to sales tax

By Amy Hamilton

After spending nearly $100 on party supplies at the new Hobby Lobby store for her twins’ birthday party, DeLane May of Fruita was surprised to see an extra 1 percent fee listed at the bottom of her receipt. May usually checks her ...


Best of Bridge, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: July 27: Dorothy Gerharter and Audrey Murphy; Helen Bledsoe and Mary Blackburn; Martha Scott and Doreen Pond. July 28: Marilyn McLaughlin and Carolyn Wiley; Carolyn White and Charles White; Kathy ...


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Sweet corn champ chomps 15 ears

By William Woody

OLATHE — An estimated 70,000 ears of corn, 500 pounds of butter and 300 pounds of salt were devoured Friday and Saturday at the 20th annual Olathe Sweet Corn Festival. This year, the festival became a two-day event and received some ...


Your Town, Aug. 7, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

They’re baaaack. Those cuddly, cooing, soft bundles of love are returning to print. After reconsidering its stance on the issue of confidentiality, St. Mary’s Hospital has informed The Daily Sentinel that it will reinstate the ...


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Mesa County Junior FB Association teams get some tips from Mavericks

By Patrick Bahr

After much discussion, two Grand Valley football programs finally got together on the field. Saturday’s Mavericks Kickoff Classic brought together the Mesa County Junior Football Association and the Mesa State College football team at ...


Father’s influence drives Steven Whiteley in drag racing

By Scott Schlaufman

From the moment he was born, Steven Whiteley has been around drag racing. “Before I was even born my dad raced,” said Steven, the son of National Hot Rod Association top alcohol dragster Jim Whiteley. “When I was old enough, ...


USA Pro Cycling Challenge viewing parties will give novices a chance to learn

By Staff

Chris Brown admits watching professional cycling on television can be difficult. It’s not baseball, basketball or football. Cycling’s roots — and the general audience — are across the pond. But with the USA Pro ...


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Bob’s Knob has become a favorite place to watch cars race up Lands End

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Craig Kendall originally came to watch the cars race up Lands End Road. He found more than a race. The Grand Junction man found a favorite spot and a racing friend eight years ago. Kendall and Lori Martsolf sit near ‘Bob’s ...


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Six-time champion Paul Dallenbach returns to Lands End Hill Climb

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Paul Dallenbach has the all-time course record, but this year he could barely hold off his nephew. The six-time Pikes Peak International Hill Climb champion and Lands End Hill Climb record holder from Basalt returned to Lands End for the ...


Police Blotter, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Drug force investigation Police responded to a residence in the 2600 block of F Road on Thursday to settle a landlord-tenant dispute, when they noticed drug activity there, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Officers returned with a ...


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