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Chayse-ing his BMX dream

By Duffy Hayes

Three years after taking up the sport of BMX racing, Chayse Grandmontagne has risen in the ranks to become one of the top riders in the country. April 2009.  ...

CAT auction action

By Duffy Hayes

Scenes from the huge Caterpillar heavy equipment auction, held at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. June 30, 2009  ...

Artifacts hoax

By Duffy Hayes

A prankster in the 1950s baited scientists with his homemade ‘artifacts.’ Sept. 2009  ...

‘Bee Bob’ busy again

By Duffy Hayes

Bob Hasse — better known as “Bee Bob” — is at it again, ridding yards of the bee swarms that pop up every spring and summer. June 2009  ...

Central speech and debate team ranks highest on Western Slope

By Emily Shockley

Timbre Sheppard’s dream would be some people’s worst nightmare: speaking in front of 3,000 people. Sheppard, 17, and the rest of the 40-member Central High School speech and debate team hope to make it to the national speech ...

‘The Disciples of Gill’ focuses on the pioneers of bouldering

By Staff

By RICHIE ANN ASHCRAFT The Daily Sentinel John Gill is known as the “father of bouldering” by the climbing community. His friend and fellow bouldering pioneer, Pat Ament, has finally released exclusive video footage of ...

Sports in Brief: Palisade boys down Eagle Valley

By Staff

Prep Basketball Palisade boys down Eagle Valley Four players scored in double figures to lead the Palisade boys basketball team to a 61-45 victory over Eagle Valley. Nate Yanez led the Bulldogs (9-6, 3-1 WSL) with 15 points. Kane Gunther ...

College jazz quartet to follow tastings at Wine Country Inn

By Staff

The Wine Country Inn in Palisade is the setting for the Mesa State College Faculty Jazz Quartets’ evening of jazz and wine. The classy evening of entertainment is Saturday, Jan. 23. Wine tastings will be from 6–7 p.m. The concert, ...

Free-throw shooting lifts Tigers past Montrose

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It was a situation Tyler Winder had been in before. The pressure’s on and he needs to make free throws to clinch a tight game. Only this time it wasn’t in the driveway with teammate Mark Stern, but in front of a packed gymnasium ...

Perry’s Auction was a Saturday social gathering

By Kathy Jordan

For years Tony Perry held an auction every Saturday at Eighth Street and Pitkin Avenue. It seemed that everyone in Grand Junction went there at one time or another, if not to sell, then to buy. It was like a big community yard sale, except ...

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