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Not so positive news

By The Daily Sentinel

To millions of Americans — especially those unable to find decent-paying jobs, or struggling to keep businesses alive or fighting to maintain minimum levels of government service — the announcement Monday that the economic ...

The cat’s meow

By Staff

There’s lynx grandchildren in Colorado now, and that’s wonderful news. Eleven years after the first lynx were reintroduced to this state from Canada and Alaska, the shy cats that live in the mountains now have a self-sustaining ...


Student of the Week: GJHS senior Christian Rock

By Staff

GPA: 3.903 After-school activities: Piano, choir, Scouting. Favorite book: The whole “Harry Potter” series by J.K. Rowling. Favorite TV Show: “Mythbusters.” Favorite band or musician: Secondhand Serenade. Parents: ...

Risks pay off for amateur winemakers

By {screen_name}

The first batch of wine Rocky Hutson ever made was not his finest. “You could’ve peeled paint with it,” he said. Five years after picking up the hobby of amateur winemaking, Hutson took home a gold medal for his 2009 Peach ...

After nearly two-year wait, trial to begin for man, 70, in assault of companion

By {screen_name}

After almost 22 months during which William Rydell has been locked up in the Mesa County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bond, his friends are hoping his day in court finally has arrived. Prosecutors feel the same way. Rydell, 70, faces one count ...

GJPD Substation Mall 091610

Staff shortages, fewer visits segue into closure of substation, end to mall cops

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department will close its substation at Mesa Mall at the start of next year, the product of staff shortages elsewhere and fewer visits by shoppers. The Police Department, which has had a storefront presence since ...

Fetus issue on ballot again; voters will see health care question

By Charles Ashby

In addition to the three most controversial measures on this fall’s ballot, a slew of others are getting voters’ attention. Among them is Amendment 62, which would declare a fetus a person at “the beginning of the biological ...

In tuning, as in life, better to move up than down

By Gary McCallister

I was abused as a child. The abuse was mostly musical. A trusted family friend started teaching me guitar chords at a very young age and I was too young to know any better. Because of him I have wasted countless hours of my life playing the ...

Colo. budget officials: Cuts may need to go deeper

By The AP

DENVER — Comparing Colorado’s economic recovery to a hangover, state budget officials warned lawmakers today that Gov. Bill Ritter may be forced to cut another $189 million from this year’s budget because of a sluggish ...

091910 greek food fest

Greek Festival a herculean cooking effort

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The sweet smell of freshly baked phyllo dough and the happy sounds of women’s laughter wafted from the open screen door of the kitchen at the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church on Wednesday morning. It takes several weeks for the women ...

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