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Briefs: Sports Drag Race Aug. 09, 2009

By Staff

National Dragster Challenge • Wally Event Saturday at Western Colorado Dragway Super Pro 1. Ken Covington, Grand Junction, 73 Datsun 2. Dave Daniels, Grand Junction, 23T Altered Pro ET 1. Mike McCallum, Clifton, 63 Dodge 2. Jerry ...


Redlands Mesa challenges golfers in CWGA tourney

By Staff

By KENT MINCER Yes, the pin placements and tee boxes at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa were set to challenge the players. Then again, this is a state championship tournament. Players throughout Colorado gathered in Grand Junction on ...


Sally Henry seminary LS 8-2

ShareFest organizer sells orchard, enters Pittsburgh seminary

By Allen Gemaehlich

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Rock racers join fun in Lands End Hill Climb

By Allen Gemaehlich

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Town-hall tussles test our capacity for democratic dialogue

By Bob Silbernagel

The health care debate was front and center in the news last week, and much of it wasn’t pretty. Just last Thursday, town hall meetings in Tampa, Fla., and St. Louis, Mo., turned into near riots as people in the audience loudly objected ...


FOR THE RECORD: Aug. 09 , 2009

By Staff

  Births St. Mary’s Hospital Michael and Ellarie Blickenstaff, Grand Junction, a son, July 18. Jeremy R. Fechner and Alicia A Staats, Grand Junction, a son, July 18. Timothy and Mande Gabelson, Grand Junction, a daughter, July ...


Gulliford Column Aug. 09, 2009

By Guest Columnist

While prehistoric Ancestral Puebloans left thousands of archaeological sites across the Southwest, the historic Ute presence is harder to determine. The secret is in tall ponderosa pine trees that have been culturally modified or peeled, ...


A glimpse of light in dark jobs picture

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ll try not to engage in “irrational exuberance” — to borrow Alan Greenspan’s famous phrase — about the latest jobs news, even though there is some reason for quiet cheering. The primary cause for muted ...


Release federal gas funds

By The Daily Sentinel

When federal budget figures are routinely batted about in the hundreds of billions, or even trillions of dollars, it becomes harder to think of $17 million as big money. But it’s not chump change, either. And the efforts by Colorado ...


Death notices: Aug. 09, 2009

By Staff

•  Former Grand Junction resident Kermit Lee Carstens, 64, Stratton, Neb., died July 3, 2009, at Dundy County Hospital in Benkelman, Neb. Services were Saturday in Benkelman. Mr. Carstens was a truck driver. Survivors include ...


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