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A fix for the Gulf?

By The Daily Sentinel

Early Friday, crews working for international oil behemoth BP LPC set a four-story, 100-ton structure in the Gulf of Mexico and let it sink. No, this wasn’t some colossal case of dumping waste in the ocean. In fact, it was just the ...


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Salons collect hair to soak up oil at spill site

By Amy Hamilton

A constant news diet showing oil-soaked marine life and images of frustrated, out-of-work fisherman from the Gulf Coast is too much for some stylists at Grand Junction hair salons. Instead of clipping and tossing customers’ hair, ...


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Library to show its value

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The Mesa County Public Library District soon will launch what could be the most comprehensive marketing campaign in its history, an effort aimed at reaching new customers and portraying local branches as essential community places. Officials ...


Death notice: May 10, 2010

By Staff

Erma Ann Weaver, 82, Grand Junction, died May 8, 2010, at The Residence at Grand Mesa. Services are pending with Martin Mortuary.  Mrs. Weaver was a homemaker. Survivors include two daughters, Ruth Covert and Mary Strecker, both of Grand ...


Police blotter: May 10, 2010

By Staff

Burglary suspected The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary and vandalism at a Grand Mesa children’s camp owned by the Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction. Deputies received a call Saturday morning indicating ...


Officials believe they have Japanese beetle population eradicated

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The destructive Japanese beetle appears to have been eradicated from the east end of the Grand Valley, but officials are setting traps this month and asking residents to be vigilant in case the pest shows up again. Officials with the Palisade ...


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Student of the week: Brennon Seely, FMHS

By Staff

Name: Brennon Seely School: Fruita Monument High School GPA: 3.7 After-school activities: Rodeo, hunting, fishing, working, hanging out with friends. Favorite book: “Lone Survivor” by Marcus Lutrell. Favorite show: ...


Muhr places sixth on balance beam

By Staff

Cammi Muhr from KidzPlex Gymnastics placed sixth on balance beam with a score of 9.45 on Saturday night at the Junior Olympic National Championships in Dallas. Her Region 3 team won the overall national team competition. Muhr successfully ...


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Maximum potential: Brett Payne’s camp helps athletes form healthy habits

By Patrick Bahr

Brett Payne wants to train young athletes physically and mentally. Payne is the head coach of Ultra Quest Strength and Conditioning Camp, an eight-week summer program for boys and girls in grades 8-12. The camp, which meets for one hour a ...


Mavericks will face Winona in baseball regionals

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Mesa State’s baseball team received the No. 3 seed in this week’s NCAA Division II Central Region tournament, just what coach Chris Hanks expected. “Even winning wouldn’t have changed our standing,” Hanks said ...


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