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Bob’s Knob has become a favorite place to watch cars race up Lands End

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Craig Kendall originally came to watch the cars race up Lands End Road. He found more than a race. The Grand Junction man found a favorite spot and a racing friend eight years ago. Kendall and Lori Martsolf sit near ‘Bob’s ...


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Six-time champion Paul Dallenbach returns to Lands End Hill Climb

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Paul Dallenbach has the all-time course record, but this year he could barely hold off his nephew. The six-time Pikes Peak International Hill Climb champion and Lands End Hill Climb record holder from Basalt returned to Lands End for the ...


Police Blotter, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Drug force investigation Police responded to a residence in the 2600 block of F Road on Thursday to settle a landlord-tenant dispute, when they noticed drug activity there, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Officers returned with a ...


Some are not so keen on Delta, Aspen link

By Charles Ashby

New state House district maps should pair Delta either with Grand Junction or Montrose, several people who attended two public hearings Saturday told the Colorado Reapportionment Commission. Putting Delta with Aspen, as the 11-member ...


UPDATE: Fruita Boy Scout missing from camping trip is found

By Staff

A 16-year-old Fruita boy, who reportedly went missing in the Meeker area while on a camping trip with fellow Boy Scouts, was found Sunday morning unharmed, authorities said. The boy, who was not identified, called his mother at approximately ...


For the Record, Aug. 6, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Editor’s note: St. Mary’s Hospital has reconsidered its confidentiality position and has informed The Daily Sentinel that it will reinstate the birth announcements. Look for them in future For the ...


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Rock of Ages Trail caps seven-year restoration effort

By Dave Buchanan

A seven-year effort restoring north-side access to Wilson Peak near Telluride was culminated last week with the opening of the new Rock of Ages Trail. The 3.7-mile trail winds through scenic Silver Pick Basin in the Lizard Head Wilderness ...


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Aspen ride benefiting Susan G. Komen Foundation will have splendid views

By Scott Mercier

Aspen. The name itself conjures up many images: great skiing, glamour, celebrities, “Dumb and Dumber,” wealth, and, of course, mansions the size of the Rocky Mountains. Road cycling does not quickly come to mind. So when I met ...


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Take advantage of chance to acquire big-game licenses at local retailers

By Dave Buchanan

If you missed out on that much-desired big-game license during the earlier limited-draw cycle, you’ll get a another chance starting Tuesday when thousands of leftover licenses go on sale. In addition to the approximately 37,000 elk ...


Death notices, Aug. 6, 2011

By Staff

Vaughn Agnes Drake, 77, Grand Junction, died Aug. 3, 2011, at her residence. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mrs. Drake was a registered nurse. Survivors include her husband, Ronald E.; two sons, Miguel S. of Englewood ...


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