Page 6608 of 9879

Valley transit changes may be coming

By {screen_name}

The operators of Grand Valley Transit will soon conduct an in-depth study of the agency’s 11 bus routes to identify potential changes that would enable it to offer rides later in the evening on some routes. Buses run every hour from ...

080111 1a snowmass lifts

Biking fans get a lift

By Dennis Webb

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — If you’re a mountain biker who feels as if you spend too much time climbing up hills, and not enough time speeding down them, it might be time to pay a visit to Snowmass resort. The mountain known for its skiing ...

Financial aid dips as enrollment increases

By {screen_name}

Mesa State College students may notice some changes to their financial aid packages this year. Some of those changes may be in their favor. Some will not. This is the first year flexibility provided by 2010’s Senate Bill 3 will allow ...

Grant can help pay utility bills

By Staff

Mesa County residents in need of assistance to pay for utility bills can work with Grand Valley Catholic Outreach. The agency has received a grant from Energy Outreach Colorado to help residents with electricity and natural gas ...


Week in Sports for July 31 - Aug. 6, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Week’s Best Photos for July 31 - Aug. 6, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

Montrose man killed in motorcycle crash

By {screen_name}

A 50-year-old Montrose man died this afternoon in a motorcycle accident on Colorado Highway 92 in Delta County, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The crash happened just after noon at mile marker 45, 15 miles from Crawford, Trooper Nate ...

Adobe Creek Mixed League July 31, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - July 31, 2011 Dicey Scramble - Mesa Course T1st Steve S., Nancy S., John D., Ellen S.   T1st Keith C., Marion C., Elijah L., ...

Let states take lead in drilling regs

By The Daily Sentinel

Oil and gas industry folks can be forgiven if they are a bit skeptical of the declaration by the Environmental Protection Agency that proposed new air-quality regulations will be highly cost effective for the industry. It’s not that ...

Printed letters, July 31, 2011

By Staff

Postal Service waste causes post office closings Here’s a news alert: The postmaster general is now saying that he will be closing over 3,000 post offices in the near future. The reason is that this last quarter they lost more than $2.2 ...

Page 6608 of 9879

  • Technical Instructor - Paramedic

    This full-time faculty position has ongoing responsibility for EMT-Pa...

  • Drivers

    Local company is looking for to transport railroad crews up to a 200 ...

  • Contract Newspaper Carriers

    Earn extra money in your spare time by delivering The Daily Sentinel as a...

  • Cnas & Pcps

    Expanding our team of CaregiversNow HiringC.N.A.'s and PCP's

  • Ot/cota

    Larchwood Innsis now acceptingapplications forFull Time

734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy