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Briefs: RMAC roundup Sept. 06, 2009

By Staff

RMAC ROUNDUP Pittsburg St. 41, Chadron St .13: Pittsburg State QB John McCoy threw for 212 yards and ran for 112 to lead the fifth-ranked Gorillas over the seventh-ranked Eagles. Neb.-Kearney 31, Neb.-Omaha 28: Kyle Kaiser caught eight ...


You Said It Sept. 06, 2009

By Staff

• I would like to thank the Grand Junction Regional Airport for allowing us to park free Wednesday so we could welcome home all of the wonderful veterans from WWII who had been in Washington. • I imagine it irks the ...


SustainAbility column Sept. 05, 2009

By Adele Israel

They say it takes three weeks to break a habit and it can be a difficult process. Although weaning yourself from plastic water bottles may not compare to breaking the nicotine habit, you may need some support. • Use the buddy system and ...


Briefs: For the Record Sept. 05, 2009

By Staff

FOR THE RECORD Births Delta County Memorial Hospital Peter and Tamara Miles, Delta, a son, Aug. 28. Ty and Roberta Odle, Crawford, a son, Aug. 28. Kenneth Tohill and Lynette Hall, Montrose, a son, Aug. 30. Gerardo and Melissa Arteaga, ...


Homegrown column Sept. 05, 2009

By Dennis Hill

Help. There’s this awful looking thing growing along the ground in my garden that looks like The Blob, only yellow. What is it? Do I need to start packing? Is it going to eat up my house?  — Sue Actually, what you have ...


Mesa faces high-powered foe

By Allen Gemaehlich

For the first time since 2007, the Mesa State College football team isn’t playing a nationally-ranked team in a nonconference game when the Mavs kick off at 1 today at Stocker Stadium. Missouri Western State University, though, has been ...


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Wildcats benefit from running as a pack in varsity cross country

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For the Fruita Monument High School boys cross country team, making it into the seven varsity spots is not an easy task. The Wildcats have six seniors and one sophomore filling the varsity roster spots, and on any given outing, any of the ...


Briefs: Religion briefs Sept. 05, 2009

By Staff

Church to host webcast on radical Islam • Calvary Chapel of Grand Junction will host a national webcast,  “Inside the Revolution,” at 8 p.m. Friday at 492 Morning Glory Lane. The event features Joel C. Rosenberg, ...


Briefs: Local news Sept. 05, 2009

By Staff

Combat veterans eligible for program • Veterans who received hazardous-duty pay or combat pay after Nov. 11, 1998, in any theater of operations should contact the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs office. Many of these veterans are ...


Now is the time to upgrade your sprinkler system

By Staff

By CURTIS SWIFT Special to the Sentinel Now that summer is almost at its end, it’s a good time to figure out what it has cost to water your lawn and gardens and make some changes. If you are using treated water, compare July’s ...


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