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GJ’s Sheader wins annual Turkey Flats 15K

By Scott Schlaufman

Simply put, Grand Junction resident Joe Sheader didn’t go into Sunday’s Turkey Flats 15K trail race planning to win it. “I really wasn’t so much intending to race it, as much as go out and enjoy it,” he said. ...


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Anne Hughes enjoys full helping of tennis at McDonald’s Junior

By Patrick Bahr

Anne Hughes knew she was in for a full day of tennis. Sunday at the final day of the McDonald’s Junior Tennis Tournament, Hughes won the 16-and-under singles final 6-3, 3-6, 6-0, but lost the 18-and-under singles final to Meredith ...


Kayaker killed on Eagle River identified

By The AP

EAGLE, Colo. (AP) — A Minturn man who died while kayaking on an Eagle River Saturday was wearing a life preserver and a helmet. Eagle County Coroner Kara Bettis says the victim was 31-year-old John Novak of Minturn, who was a private ...


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Police: Dad under suspicion wasn’t suspect in ’04 abuse

By Paul Shockley

In slightly less than seven years, a Grand Junction man’s name has been raised in three child-abuse investigations involving young children. In the oldest case, Dartanin Mitchell, 33, was not eyed for involvement after an investigation, ...


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We Make It Here: Wren Industries

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Wren Industries is primarily a supplier of parts to the aerospace industry, but it’s a manufacturing company that is still searching for a niche. In the past three years, Mike Sneddon, president and CEO of the Grand Junction company, ...


All fired up about consolidation again

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s certainly welcome news that the Grand Junction Fire Department and the Clifton Fire Department are exploring ways of working together to avoid duplication of services and equipment, and to reduce confusion over which agency responds ...


Printed letters, June 26, 2011

By Staff

Many members of the Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, Battlement Concerned Citizens and the Rifle-Silt-Peach Valley-New Castle groups are very disappointed that Garfield County management has fired its Oil and Gas Liaison, Judy Jordan. Although ...


The great tax divide

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are expected to meet congressional leaders from both political parties Monday in an effort to restart debt and spending talks that screeched to a halt last week. Good luck to them. ...


Bermuda residents search for rain in midst of lengthy drought

By Denny Herzog

A native of Bermuda visiting western Colorado and gazing at the roaring Colorado River last week might have scratched his head, wondering why it is that we in the western United States have heated battles over, of all things, water. If anybody ...


Community partnerships make Grand Junction unique

By Guest Columnist

By Tim Foster and Chris Thomas Every time we travel on business we find ourselves looking at many a blank face as we describe so many of the unique relationships our organizations have developed around our county, region and state. What seems ...


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