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Retailers gear up for Cyber Monday promotions

By Emily Shockley

Gale Felt will spend her holiday shopping season in front of a computer. “I don’t like to shop the mall,” she said. Felt and millions of other consumers plan to shop online for Christmas presents this year. Enstrom Candies, ...


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LS: HISTORY HERE AND NOW, November 27, 2009

By Kathy Jordan

The existence of the Bridgeport railroad tunnel, built in the late 1800s, was news to me until I learned of it from John Hocker, a longtime Grand Junction resident and Air Force retiree. John e-mailed me, asking if I would be interested in ...


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Second chances: Mavs use hot shooting in 2nd half to rally for win

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Until he studies the game film, Jim Heaps can’t tell you how the Mesa State College men’s basketball team won Friday night’s game against Central Methodist (Mo.) University. Even after he studies the film, he might be able ...


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Spruce up your home with two basic colors: black and white

By Annie Payne

I love classic game shows. One of my favorites is “Password.” It’s played with two contestants giving and receiving word clues. Let’s try it! Me: Dice. Me: Piano keys.   Me: Zebras.   Me: ...


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The Tonettes bringing jazzy sound to local events

By Melinda Mawdsley

Five local women think Grand Junction needs a dose of the good ol’ days. Inspired by the fashion, movies and music of the 1940s, Carrington Schaeffer, Danielle Behrens, Tara DeBruin-Gatseos, Janae DeBruin-Steward and Becci McGarry ...


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Tiger boys should be balanced this season

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The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team will have a different look this season. The two leading scorers from last year, Everett Robinson and Geoff Baldwin, are now respectively averaging 11.5 points for Central Wyoming College and ...


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Beetle-battered trees to be removed with help from federal stimulus grant

By Dave Buchanan

Seven Colorado state parks, including three on the Western Slope, will benefit from a $647,400 grant through funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The grant, provided by the Colorado State Forest Service, will employ crews ...


Brakes on the gas machine

By Staff

Along with many groups and individuals, The Daily Sentinel regularly criticized the pedal-to-the-metal approach to oil and gas leasing of the Bush administration. Especially in the last couple years of President George W. Bush’s term, ...


Early snow could be driving sales of ski gear, merchant says

By Amy Hamilton

It’s easy to think the sky is falling when bad economic news, high unemployment numbers and housing-market woes lurk at every turn. It’s somewhat refreshing, then, to learn that the sight of falling snow can change all that. This ...


SustainAbility: Holiday gifts

By Adele Israel

With Thanksgiving behind us, the holiday season isn’t far away. This year when you look for gifts for friends and family, keep sustainability in mind. Here are some ideas. I am on a kick to encourage durable rather than disposable ...


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