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Grand Junction business owner gives away 300 holiday meals

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Gathering family to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner and create holiday memories is priceless, but for some people, finding the money to buy that meal can be a burden. “Now I have enough to get some whipped cream,” said Paddy Fletcher ...


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Trouble in toyland? Group points it out

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Parents should be cautious about buying toys that have small parts, make loud noises or may contain toxins this holiday shopping season, according to the Colorado Public Interest Research Group. The nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based ...


Death Notices, Nov. 23, 2011

By Staff

JoAnn Jean Arnold, 74, Grand Junction, died Nov. 18, 2011, at her residence. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ms. Arnold was a bookkeeper. Survivors include a son, James of Eckert; a daughter, Annette Murry of Crawford; ...


Trustee sues four Valley Investment advisers to retrieve investor money

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Several professionals who represented or worked for Philip Rand Lochmiller and his Valley Investments business now face a lawsuit intended to recoup money lost by more than 400 investors when the company collapsed in 2009. Valley Investments ...


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Hockey players have love for new ice rink

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Ben Smalta couldn’t wait to get back on the ice. When Ice Skating Inc. was able to raise money to open the Grand Valley Skating Center, 1130 N. 3rd St., he was ready to come back to the sport he loves, hockey. Smalta, who stepped away ...


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WELCOME TO THE 2012 BEST OF THE WEST

By The Daily Sentinel

The reader (that’s you) is the winner. Your fellow Daily Sentinel readers have made their preferences known for some of the most dependable and consumer-conscious businesses in town. Some are known for great customer service. Others for ...


Email letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

Funding for resource officers should be local In a Nov. 22 editorial, The Daily Sentinel reports that the Sheriff’s Department did not get a federal grant to allow for placing three deputies in local schools as resource officers. The ...


Broncos cut quarterback Kyle Orton

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos have waived quarterback Kyle Orton. The 29-year-old seventh-year veteran from Purdue lost his starting job after going 1-4. He hasn’t played since the first half against San Diego on Oct. 9. His ...


Printed letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

Salazar is protecting too much federal land There is an upcoming bill in the Senate that would end dedicated funding for the Recreational Trails Program, which has helped off-highway vehicle riders. The RTP program money went to states to ...


Occupy Wall Street and FDR’s vision for America

By Bill Grant

I always associate Thanksgiving with President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famous “Four Freedoms” speech. When I was in elementary school, a series of images by Norman Rockwell illustrating the four freedoms hung on the walls of ...


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