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Police search for mentally disabled man

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police are looking for a man who walked away from a local adult assisted-living home. Jimmie Moore, 59, was last seen walking away from the Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison Ave., around 2 p.m. Tuesday. Police said Moore ...


Funds allow airport work to continue

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has allocated another $13.5 million toward the runway upgrade project at the Garfield County Regional Airport. County manager Ed Green said the allocation is the second federal installment toward its commitment to pay ...


JUCO CHAMPS 6-2

Fans line streets of Big Spring to cheer JUCO champions

By Patrick Bahr

It’s hard to fathom what the Howard (Texas) College baseball team did in 2009. The Hawks won 63 games, only losing once on their way to the NJCAA Division I national championship. At last week’s Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


Mavs 16th in softball

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From where they were to where they ended up says a lot about how the Mesa State College softball players grew this season. In April, they challenged themselves to “play to May,” hoping to reach the RMAC tournament. By winning 10 ...


Briefs: Local Health June 02, 2009

By Staff

Advance directives information available • St. Mary’s Hospital is holding a free community information session on Advance Medical Directives from 9–10:30 a.m. June 4 at St. Mary’s Advanced Medicine Pavilion’s ...


New process, new player

By The Daily Sentinel

Boston-based General Synfuels International has entered the race to economically produce fuel from oil shale. The firm has announced it will begin doing research on 500 acres of private land in Western Colorado on a new gasification technology ...


Bill Grant Column June 02, 2009

By Bill Grant

Acknowledging that the policy adopted last August to expand invocation speakers beyond “established congregations, and/or spiritual assemblies located in the community” has failed, the Grand Junction City Council has advertised for ...


Rebuilt auto industry may not run smoothly

By The Daily Sentinel

The long-anticipated General Motors bankruptcy was officially filed Monday, almost at the same time as Chrysler Corp. won a judge’s approval to move out of bankruptcy and become part of a new company headed by Italian automaker, ...


Residents identify victim of gunfire

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police on Monday remained tight-lipped about their investigation of the early Sunday morning shooting that left one man hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds. Authorities have not released the victim’s name, but ...


ROAN DRILLING 6-2

Conservation groups denied oral arguments in Roan lawsuit

By Dennis Webb

A judge has denied a request from conservation groups to hear oral arguments in their lawsuit challenging natural gas development on the Roan Plateau. James Angell, one of the groups’ attorneys, said he expects U.S. District Judge ...


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