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Rally planned to celebrate military’s kill of bin Laden

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Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland is organizing a rally at 6 p.m. today at the Teller Arms Plaza parking lot, 2401 North Ave., to celebrate the death of 9-11 mastermind Osama bin Laden and to recognize members of the armed services. Bin ...

Work to begin on road near historic Utah canyon

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Work is beginning on a $20 million road project that will improve access to natural gas wells near an eastern Utah canyon which has Native American artifacts and rock art. Bill Barrett Corp. says the project will begin ...

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Thank-you letters to area teachers, ‘Guiding words for guiding lights’

By Special to the Sentinel

“Let’s put our minds together and see what we can do for our children.”  — Sitting Bull David McCall, a third-grade teacher at Fruitvale Elementary, uses this quote in his e-mails. He is among the School District ...

Senate starts work on pot bill after fed warning

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are taking up marijuana regulation proposals for the first time since they received a federal warning about states and pot. The Senate Finance Committee planned to start work on a medical marijuana bill that ...

US kills Osama bin Laden decade after 9/11 attacks

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden, the face of global terrorism and architect of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was killed in a firefight with elite American forces Monday, then quickly buried at sea in a stunning finale to a furtive decade on ...


Veteran public defender to receive state honor

By Paul Shockley

At first blush, you wouldn’t think Steve Colvin runs an office dealing in legal work, according to the his friends and colleagues. Humble and wary of the spotlight, the head of the Grand Junction office of the Colorado State Public ...

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Portrait photographer Mauch to retire

By Rachel Sauer

Of all the things that survive, of all the anchors keeping us steady in fluctuating tides, these are the treasures: the missing teeth, the apple cheeks, the wedding-day blushes, the Sunday best, the familiar eyes crinkled at the corners, the ...

Economic group may go different direction

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When the Grand Junction Economic Partnership board meets next week to decide how to replace its departing executive director, it will confront a different landscape than it has in previous searches. More players are in the ...


Despite frost fright, majority of peaches spared in valley

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Back-to-back record-low nights damaged some fruit trees in the east end of the Grand Valley, but several farmers reported Sunday that the majority of their big money-making crops — peaches — survived the frigid weather. Many of ...

86 District 51 seniors have perfect grades

By Staff

Eighty-six students graduating this month from School District 51 have achieved a 4.0 grade point average or better during their four years in high school. More seniors in the class of 2011 have achieved this goal than any class since 2002, ...

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