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Grand Junction serves up a win against Demons

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls tennis team had a dominant performance Saturday against Durango, not losing a single set in a 7-0 Southwestern League dual victory. The Tigers’ doubles teams were impressive, with the No. 2 team of ...


Former KidzPlex gymnast thriving at Southern Utah

By Patrick Bahr

Lindsey Schultz is reaping the benefits of someone who has fought through adversity and remained patient. Schultz, a Fruita Monument High School graduate, is one of the top gymnasts at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah. A junior, ...


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GJ remains undefeated in spite of subpar play

By Patrick Bahr

For the Grand Junction High School baseball team, it was a game with too many walks, missed opportunities and overall shaky play. However, it was a win. Grand Junction (8-0, 2-0 SWL) overcame an early 2-0 deficit Saturday to defeat ...


OUT: Exxon Valdez spill effects felt 20 years after

By Special to the Sentinel

When the Exxon Valdez smashed in to Bligh Reef in the Gulf of Alaska on March 24, 1989 and spilled nearly 11 million gallons of crude oil into Prince William Sound, many species of wildlife were decimated. While many are showing signs of ...


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LS: ‘It’s an opportunity to be part of good news’

By Melinda Mawdsley

It started at a bus stop. Years ago, Jim Comerford would drop off his younger son to wait for the school bus. A nice girl about the same age of his son typically was already waiting at the bus stop. That girl was Ellen ...


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LS: Orthodontist maintains optimism while raising funds for project

By Melinda Mawdsley

Brian Burton knows braces not houses. A local orthodontist, Burton, 34, doesn’t have much experience building a home. But the orthodontist’s commitment to Mary White and her three daughters trumps any contribution Burton can give ...


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LS: General contractor Bilger uses his expertise for family in need

By Melinda Mawdsley

Cal Bilger can’t remember where he heard his favorite expression, but he tries to live by it daily: “Concentrate on the windshield, not on the rear-view mirror.” The 68-year-old general contractor and founder of B&B ...


Briefs: Local Sports Roundup March 29, 2009

By Staff

PREP TRACK • Fruita boys win track title in Rangley Fruita Monument High School won the boys meet and Glenwood Springs took its second girls title in as many weeks at Panther Invitational track meet Saturday in Rangely. Fruita ...


Guarding a home ‘common sense’

By Carrie Marfitano

The Grand Junction Police Department teamed up with Home Depot on Saturday to help Grand Valley residents make their homes safer from intruders. “A lot of times we will throw these things out to people, but without visuals it sometimes ...


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BUS SERVICE HITS FORK IN THE ROAD

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Guests who stay at Dave and Michelle Walker’s Palisade Wine Valley Inn and want to take the bus into Grand Junction to spend a night on the town had better come equipped with more than good restaurant recommendations. Namely, a large ...


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