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Briefs: Sports Timeout Sept. 03, 2009

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...

Briefs: Prep Volleybal Sept. 03, 2009

By Staff

GRAND JUNCTION In years past, Grand Junction High School volleyball sometimes appeared as a class struggle, upperclassmen having trouble incorporating younger players into the varsity program. The Tigers decided to change that over the ...


Skarda leads Mesa runners

By Allen Gemaehlich

She had a record-setting season as a freshman. Alexis Skarda did things no other Mesa State College cross country runner has done before, qualifying for nationals and placing 19th in the NCAA Division II Championships. The returning ...

River District planning new reservoir on Orchard Mesa

By Staff

To improve fish habitat and irrigation, the Colorado River District has purchased land on Orchard Mesa to build a small reservoir. The 15 acres at 2962 A 1/2 Road cost $1.25 million, according to a news release from the district. When the ...

Americans discovering Democratic leaders to be little more than intruders

By Rick Wagner

In opening this column, I feel compelled to paraphrase Shakespeare, which is second only to quoting scripture as a literary morass. Nevertheless, I say this has been the summer of our discontent, made useful by the bumblings of the son of ...

Main Street makeover critical for heart of city

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no question Grand Junction’s Main Street shopping park has been the central attraction of the city’s downtown area for nearly half a century. There’s also little doubt that much of the work done in the 1960s is ...

System failures

By The Daily Sentinel

Two news items this week demonstrate that laws may be passed, and oversight established, but they mean little when enforcement agencies fail to act. A report out of Washington, D.C., Wednesday says the Securities and Exchange Commission ...

Lions are here

By Staff

A woman walking her dog Wednesday morning reported seeing a mountain lion in the area of 33 and C roads, near a school bus stop, said Randy Hampton, spokesman for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. “The lion was about 70 yards ...

Nemnich probed in third slaying in Denver

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The man charged with fatally stabbing a Grand Junction mother and her 5-year-old daughter in 1975 is under investigation for the rape and murder of a University of Denver student two years earlier. Denver police Sgt. Anthony Parisi told The ...


Council: Stay off medians

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Citizens will no longer be allowed in a city median for any reason unless they’re crossing the street under an ordinance adopted by the Grand Junction City Council on Wednesday night. Council members who approved the ordinance ...

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