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Applebee’s team creates award-winning burger

By Charles Ashby

Mmmm, burger. Four employees of the Grand Junction Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill, 711 Horizon Drive, soon will find the burger they invented for sale at all Applebee’s restaurants statewide, and one day could even see it ...

Boy died of shot to head, coroner says

By Paul Shockley

A Delta County boy who died Saturday suffered a possible accidental gunshot wound to the head, Delta County Coroner Kevin Lucy said Tuesday. Jean-Paul LaBossiere Jr., 13, and an unidentified 13-year-old boy were at a home Thursday afternoon ...

Enos-Martinez will run again, Rice won’t

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District 51 school board member Diann Rice has decided not to seek re-election this November. Rice said Tuesday at a board meeting she is about to close on a home in Loveland and she plans to move there to be near her children and ...

Hickenlooper seeks disclosure of fracking fluid

By Dennis Webb

Colorado would join some other nearby states in requiring public disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing under a proposal Gov. John Hickenlooper announced during an industry conference Tuesday. The announcement came the same day ...

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District 51 considers employee clinic

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School District 51 is considering proposals for an employee medical clinic similar to the one opened Nov. 1 by Mesa County. The district received clinic proposals Friday from local organizations Community Hospital, Primary Care Partners and ...

Protester: Pot foes spreading false info

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A representative of the owners of the only medical marijuana dispensary operating in Mesa County argued Tuesday that petitions seeking to ban such businesses in Palisade should be declared insufficient because medical marijuana opponents ...

Fishing report for Aug. 2

By Special to the Sentinel

Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife state fishing report: Channel catfish are found in almost all warm-water reservoirs and ponds in Colorado, and even in the lower reaches of rivers on both sides of the Continental Divide. Some select ...

Felony cases decline

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Valley has seen its share of high-profile crimes in the past month: a murder, a bank robbery, other armed robberies and burglaries, not to mention possible links between this community and an established gang in Northern ...

Printed letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

I am a resident of downtown Grand Junction and a young mother of a kindergartner. Over the past several years, our city’s problem with transients and vagrants has become out of control. While police and social workers seem to be very ...

Repeal of DOMA should be a priority for Colorado senators

By Bill Grant

When the Senate returns to work in September, quickly passing the Respect for Marriage Act should be a priority. The legislation is designed to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, known as DOMA, which prohibits the government from recognizing ...

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