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Making his contribution: Robinson starting, playing well at Central Wyoming

By Staff

When it came to playing college basketball, Grand Junction High School’s Everett Robinson wanted to go somewhere he could contribute right away. Robinson chose Central Wyoming College in Riverton, Wyo., and after the first half of the ...


Geer, Damron among top Colorado college tight ends

By Staff

The two best Colorado college football tight ends are either from Grand Junction or played for Mesa State. University of Colorado tight end Riar Geer, a Fruita Monument High School graduate, and Mesa State’s Seth Damron made the 2009 ...


Homes Sold December 2009

By Penny Stine

December 2-8 City 2114 N 21st Street $123,100.00 1715 N 1st Street $137,353.00 2859 Brittany Drive $278,000.00 Clifton 3218 Rood Avenue $138,000.00 Return to Top Fruita 1455 Bobcat Way $225,000.00 1121 Sunrose Lane $245,925.00 605 Sabil ...


Man arrested in dog-dragging death

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man accused of dragging a dog to death on Colorado National Monument was ordered on Thursday to be held without bond for the weekend. Steven Clay Romero, 37, is scheduled for a detention hearing and arraignment Monday afternoon at ...


Death Notices, Jan. 1, 2010

By Staff

Lawrence M. Indergard, 82, Grand Junction, died Dec. 24, 2009, in Denver. Services will be Jan. 8 at First Congregational Church. Survivors include his wife Arllys of Grand Junction; one daughter, LeeAnn Delis; two brothers, Lantz and Rolf; ...


Energy services firms adding staff

By Staff

Two energy services firms in Grand Junction are adding staff in anticipation of an uptick in natural gas development in western Colorado this year. Calfrac Well Services will boost its local work force by 10 percent, said Jon Konrad, the ...


Blotter, Jan. 1, 2010

By Staff

Vandalism reports spike in Delta The Delta Police Department said in a news release Thursday it is investigating a rash of tags that have been spray painted around town since late November. On Nov. 29 and Nov. 30, police took numerous ...


Penry won’t try to keep Senate seat

By Staff

Minority Leader Josh Penry will not run for re-election to his state Senate seat, the Grand Junction Republican said Thursday. Penry’s unexpected withdrawal in November from the race to be the GOP nominee for governor created ...


Jabs brings back American Furniture Warehouse to Grand Junction

By Emily Shockley

American Furniture Warehouse is returning to Grand Junction. The Englewood, Colo.-based furniture store plans to open its 13th Colorado location on 20 acres settled between Wal-Mart at 2545 Rimrock Ave. and Gold’s Gym at 700 Maldonado ...


Reader’s reaction: A taste of your favorite sports memories from past decade

By Staff

Just for a little perspective, the top story 10 years ago today in The Daily Sentinel was University of Colorado running back Cortlen Johnson leading the Buffaloes’ rushing attack past Boston College in the Insight.com Bowl. My, how ...


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