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Briefs: Your Town Sept. 06, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Labor Day weekend is an oxymoron. While its purpose is to salute the work force and give us a day off to rest, I bet most people will be laboring hard at home, fixing stuff around the house or working hard playing at many of the recreation ...


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Staats breaks through to win Kokopelli Classic

By Staff

Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Lenny Staats must have felt that way during the previous two years. It seemed like every running race Staats entered, he was finishing second. That was the case in the first two runnings of the ...


Transit company may power buses on alternative fuel

By Staff

Mesa County is looking to get behind the wheel of the next big thing. Grand Valley Transit, the valley’s public transportation provider, is in the process of buying two buses. Last week, the Mesa County Commission urged Grand Valley ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 06, 2009

By Staff

CROSS CPOUNTRY • Wildcats run to top-10 finish at Poudre If the Poudre Pre-State Invitational can give Fruita Monument High School’s cross country team any hint of how the state tournament might turn out, it has reason for ...


DOE sees way clear for mercury

By {screen_name}

No legal trouble seen with GJ storage option Storing as many as 14,000 tons of mercury on a disposal site containing millions of tons of uranium mill tailings near Grand Junction is consistent with an agreement between the federal government ...


Injuries haunting Tigers in football

By Staff

By DENNIS PLEUSS Special to The Daily Sentinel ARVADA — Being a quarterback for Grand Junction appears to be a hazardous job. With sophomore starter Sean Rubalcaba breaking his left leg last week in a scrimmage, Tigers’ coach ...


California setting bad environmental example

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That blood-red sun hanging over the far edge of the Uncompahgre Plateau, that unfamiliar but tantalizing chaparral aroma wafting in from the west, the whole darkness-at-noon thing — it’s all the manifestation of a colossal ...


Central falls to Raptors

By Scott Schlaufman

When Central High School’s soccer team took the field against Eaglecrest on Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park, the Warriors were determined to improve after their season opening loss to Glenwood Springs. Although the Warriors ...


Pragmatism should not mean industrialization of the Roan

By Guest Columnist

There’s been a lot of talk lately about pragmatism when it comes to the future of the Roan Plateau. Newspaper editorials have asked for it. Environmental groups have called for it. And sportsmen’s organizations have been seeking ...


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Canines play ball

By Amy Hamilton

High-energy breeds perform for points Local resident Wanda Allen wishes she could have a dog. She and her husband travel so much, though, it’s really not possible. That didn’t keep Allen from watching dogs of all shapes, sizes ...


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