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Student Spotlight, Jan. 2, 20121

By Staff

Matthew A. Motz of Grand Junction earned a master’s degree in accountancy with a specialization in taxation from the University of Colorado-Denver. He graduated with honors and was recognized at the university’s fall commencement ...


Week’s Photos for Jan. 01-07, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Images captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Week in Sports for Jan. 01-07, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Winter sports and outdoors fun photos captured during the past week.  ...

The promise and possibility of 2012

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ll not mourn the passing of 2011 much. It was not a horrible year — there was no 9/11-style terror attack, after all, and no financial meltdown like 2008’s. And the year did see the demise of several despots. But it ...

Printed letters, January 1, 2012

By Staff

I am certainly no expert on gas and oil exploration, but common sense sometimes trumps so-called technical knowledge. I would like to share some thoughts on the recent decision by the BLM to open up tracts of land in the North Fork Valley to ...

KINTZ Darian Tyler

Pair held in 5-day shooting spree

By Amy Hamilton

Two local 18-year-olds have been arrested in connection with a string of shootings at vehicles, homes and, police allege, at a man whom they didn’t know but fired at to watch him die. Details of the five-day terror spree starting ...


Be realistic with resolutions

By Rachel Sauer

January begins like a bonfire, all blaze and heat and sparks flying. A new year! Oh, the things to be done in the new year: losing 15 pounds, of course, and learning Mandarin. Maybe climbing Mount Kilimanjaro? Why not! The first week of ...

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Construction flickering; pro baseball may be big hit

By {screen_name}

The boys of summer will take the field in Grand Junction in 2012, that much is certain. It’s also likely construction will begin on three libraries in western Colorado, projects that could lead the construction industry during an ...

Minimum hourly wage in state goes up 28 cents

By {screen_name}

Colorado is one of eight states that will increase its minimum wage today. The state’s minimum wage shifted at the stroke of midnight from $7.36 an hour to $7.64 an hour. The minimum wage for employees who receive tips also went up 28 ...

Gray Gourmet, Jan. 1, 2012

By Staff

Monday — Closed Tuesday — Salisbury steak with gravy, parsley potatoes, brussels sprouts, fruited cottage cheese. Wednesday — Tuna salad sandwich, five-way vegetables, mandarin fruit mold. Thursday —  Barbecue ...

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