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OutFit: Romper

By Staff

By IVY PARNASIUS Special to the Sentinel If you are looking for something a little different than a dress, but just as easy to wear, try a romper. This one piece ensemble is sophisticated yet unfussy, making it a must-have for spring. If ...


Three cases of E. Coli confirmed at Colo. prison

By Staff

CANON CITY — Corrections officials suspect 11 inmates may have been sickened by E. coli bacteria. Colorado Department of Corrections spokeswoman Katherine Sanguinetti says three cases have been confirmed, with eight more suspected cases ...


Earthworks Expo in Denver canceled

By The AP

DENVER — The 2010 Earthworks Expo on sustainable living has been canceled. Director Michael Lindemann says the green businesses that support the Denver expo are victims of the recession. He said today that the number of exhibitors for ...


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Burrito eating contest a campus favorite

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Qdoba sponsored a burrito eating contest for Mesa State College students as part of the Unity Fest celebration on campus Thursday afternoon. More than 20 teams of two participated in a relay race to see who could consume two mighty burritos ...


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Wildcats close in on SWL title

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The Fruita Monument High School girls tennis team is in position to make history this season. The Wildcats defeated Grand Junction 5-2 in a Southwestern League dual Thursday at Grand Junction High School to put themselves in position to win a ...


Lawmakers to review campaign finance

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are introducing their plan to fix several state laws on campaign finance because of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled businesses and unions should be allowed to directly spend ...


Colorado teachers to rally against tenure changes

By The AP

DENVER — Teachers are voicing their opposition to a proposed overhaul of the state’s teacher tenure law. Members of the state’s largest teachers’ union plan to rally outside the state Capitol Friday, just hours before ...


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Repairs required on new parkway

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Less than two years after the opening of the $110 million Riverside Parkway, contractors are repairing cracks in the road and broken curb and gutter and have had to fix other deficiencies. Mays Concrete is replacing sections of the parkway ...


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Ex-Fuji owner ‘never thought’ she’d be caught

By Paul Shockley

A 60-year-old woman whose prostitution business managed to fly under the radar of police for 14 years told investigators she was “quite comfortable” in Grand Junction and had planned on retiring in 2008, when authorities finally ...


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Ex-chief of Census office files complaint

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A complaint by a former manager depicts the Grand Junction census office as a den of backbiting and turf battles, as well as anti-Semitism, drug use and several varieties of unprofessional conduct. The office at 573 W. Crete Circle also was ...


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