Page 6480 of 7881


House panel OK’s medical marijuana regs

By Charles Ashby

The House Judiciary Committee approved a highly amended measure today that would lead to the creation of medical marijuana centers in the state. The new centers would operate much like the many dispensaries that have cropped up in the past ...


Dominguez makes All-Star team

By {screen_name}

Mesa State College senior guard Michael Dominguez has been selected to play in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II Elite Eight All-Star game Friday in Springfield, Mass. Dominguez is the first Mesa State player invited ...


Time change to Tuesday’s prep soccer game

By {screen_name}

Tuesday’s Southwestern League soccer game between Central and Fruita Monument has been changed from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The game will be played at Walker Field at Mesa State College with Central serving as the home team. This is the ...


030310-POR-Bacigalupi-1

Paolo Bacigalupi has made a name for himself as a science-fiction writer

By Melissa Humphrey

The tight-knit community of Paonia is home to a science fiction writer whose work recently caught the eye of a Time magazine reviewer. “The Windup Girl” by Paolo Bacigalupi was named one of the Ten Best Novels of 2009 by Time, and ...


POR-DOUG-LICHTY-1

Doug Lichty is known as the Duke of Main Street

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Everywhere Doug Lichty goes downtown, he’s treated like royalty. It’s fitting, considering he has a T-shirt proclaiming him “The Duke of Main Street.” Since retiring to Ratekin Tower, Lichty has made the shops and ...


021810-Por-T-Mucino4

With four kids and two jobs, Tanette Mucino still finds a way to be artistic, journalistic

By Robert McLean

Tanette Mucino can pour you a pretty good cocktail. And she can sell you a house. The longtime Grand Valley resident has made her mark on many facets of the local community, but what’s most impressive is the way she spreads her ...


POR-CUCCHETTI-1

Suzanne Cucchetti has used German to build a career spanning two continents

By Gretel Daugherty

For Suzanne Cucchetti, teaching German wasn’t a decision. It was a calling. While in school, Cucchetti was thumbing through a book of possible college majors, trying to figure out what to do with her life.  She finally asked God ...


030510-Portrait-Axel-Urie-4

Possibilities seem endless for teen Axel Urie

By {screen_name}

It was in the hour before dawn, as the snow piled up and the wind howled and the icicles formed at the end of his gloved fingertips, that Axel Urie felt the most hopeless. A family snowmobile outing on Grand Mesa had gone awry, and Urie, then ...


021810-Por-G-Gerson2

Award-winning collage artist Gayle Gerson expresses herself through mixed media

By Sherida Warner

Grand Junction artist Gayle Gerson would never “cut off my ear” like the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, but she does share some of his personality traits. She has studied all the old masters and finds she has the most in common ...


031110-Portrait-Sundermann-3

Brigitte Sundermann works hard and dreams big

By Bob Silbernagel

Dreams are an important part of Brigitte Sundermann’s life — dreams and hard work. In January, Sundermann became vice president of community college affairs at Western Colorado Community College, a branch of Mesa State College. ...


Page 6480 of 7881



TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2015 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy