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Blotter, Sept. 8, 2010

By Staff

Mobile home burns Firefighters from the Burning Mountain, Glenwood Springs and Rifle fire departments put out a mobile home fire in the Apple Tree Community on Monday. The fire and smoke from the blaze destroyed about two-thirds of the ...


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Church expands reach, opens child care facility

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The church with the big blue roof is expanding its services to the community. Heaven’s Little Steps Childcare will open Monday at Grand Junction First Church of the Nazarene, 2802 Patterson Road. “We have a very user-friendly ...


Warriors roll past Huskies in volleyball

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Ashley Wells loves a challenge. Tuesday night against Battle Mountain, the Central High School volleyball player got just that against the Huskies’ Krista Norris. The two outside hitters went kill for kill the entire match, with Norris ...


Geer excited about being on Broncos’ practice squad

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Riar Geer hoped the opportunity he had would be enough for the Denver Broncos to keep him. Although the former Fruita Monument High School football standout was released Saturday, it turned out he did enough to stick around. Geer, a tight ...


Death Notices, Sept. 8, 2010

By Staff

Horace Edward Anderson, 91, Delta, died Sept. 7, 2010, at his home. No services are planned. Mr. Anderson was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Delta; two daughters, Joyce Anderson and Debra Anderson ...


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Student of the Week: Cody Bond, Palisade HS

By Staff

GPA: 3.98 After-school activities: Basketball, cheer, homework, doing things with other student council members to help plan or decorate for various things, and on good days I’ll take a nap. Favorite book: The Bible. Favorite TV show: ...


Change of pace: Gunnison Gorge flash flood leaves mark on scenery wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

As more reports filter in about the Aug. 19 flash flood through the Gunnison Gorge, it’s evident the effects will be felt for the next several years. Edd Franz, outdoor recreation planner for the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation ...


Bruce not held in contempt, must still testify

By The AP

DENVER — A judge has ruled that anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce won’t be held in contempt of court for not testifying in a lawsuit about tax-slashing ballot measures, but he will have to answer questions about them. Denver ...


A bucket list for residents of Colorado’s West Slope

By Denny Herzog

Sitting in a bookcase in my house is Patricia Schultz’ “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.” It’s one of the better travel books of the past decade, and apparently served as the inspiration for a Denver Post piece ...


Did Reefer Madness afflict Grand Junction City Council?

By Bill Grant

Last June the Daily Sentinel characterized Grand Junction City Council’s attitude toward medical marijuana dispensaries in Grand Junction as “mellow.” Not much of that mellowness was still evident when council voted, after a ...


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