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Complex problems often have simple solutions

By Gary McCallister

I watched the bird flock sweep across the sky. Suddenly they veered left in unison, as suddenly darted to the right, and then swooped downward toward the ground only to rise upward and circle back again. Their movements were perfectly ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results October 18, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - October 18, 2010 T's and F's - 9 Hole Winners 2nd, 3rd, 4th Flight T1st Karen Schmacher 2nd, 3rd, 4th ...

101810 SOW Eric Parker Hegs

Student of the Week: Eric Parker Hegstrom, GJHS senior

By Staff

GPA: 4.17 After-school activities: varsity tennis, academic team, private saxophone lessons. Favorite book: “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” by J.R.R. Tolkein. Favorite TV show: “The ...

Kids love dinos 101210

Beware! Kiddosaurus!

By Rachel Sauer

Steam rises from the spongy floor of the primordial jungle. The air is a musky, thick stew of life and death. A tangled mesh of plants, a million shades of green, is an impossible barrier in every direction. Chatters and chirps and calls are a ...

Ritter fighting health care challenge

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter will collaborate with three other Democratic governors in a fight to defend a federal lawsuit that was filed against the country’s health care overhaul legislation. Ritter joined governors in the states ...

Clinton headlines Bennet rally in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Former President Bill Clinton is leading a rally for Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet after backing Bennet’s Democratic challenger in the primary. Clinton headlines a Denver rally for Bennet tonight. Clinton is on a ...

Sentinel’s printing a green, leaner process

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Daily Sentinel’s pressroom recently got a whole lot greener, so to speak, by making the switch to an all-digital thermal plate imager. What does that mean? According to press pros at the Sentinel, it means the elimination of ...

Report notes concerns, backs judges

By Paul Shockley

Although it graded two judges below average among peers statewide, the Mesa County Judicial Performance Commission recommends voters approve all three local judges facing a retention vote in November’s general election. District Judge ...

Mesa State reaps financial benefits from its new energy system

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It was good for the environment and good for sustainability. The millions of dollars in savings weren’t a bad selling point, either. Mesa State College’s idea to install a geothermal heating and cooling system has saved it 62 ...

Pedestrian hit, killed by car on Horizon Drive

By {screen_name}

A pedestrian was killed Sunday night after being hit by a car on Horizon Drive, Grand Junction police said. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras said 911 emergency dispatchers received a call at 8:10 p.m. about a man who was in the roadway on ...

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