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Students graduate from Christian Schools

By Staff

Two area Christian schools will graduate 18 students during ceremonies Saturday. Eleven students will graduate from QUEST Academy at 2 p.m. at Clifton Church Family Life Center, 615 Interstate 70 Business Loop. The keynote speaker will be ...


Briefs: Local Health May 12, 2009

By Staff

Wellness connection screenings are free • Women’s Wellness Connection is offering free breast and cervical cancer screenings to Colorado women who recently lost their jobs and/or health insurance coverage. For a list of free ...


HW WEIGHT 1 5-5

HW Battle to shed pounds begins

By Melinda Mawdsley

Three Grand Junction women have accepted the reality that losing weight and keeping it off will be a daily fight. It is a fight they plan on winning. For the past three months, Andrea Laible, Linda Johnson and Hollie Caudell, all 37, ...


Iran’s political prisoner

By The Daily Sentinel

American journalist Roxana Saberi was freed from an Iranian prison Monday after being held almost four months as an alleged U.S. spy. Saberi was the victim of politics, Iranian style. But she also appears to have been the beneficiary of a ...


Equal sign rules for all subdivisions

By The Daily Sentinel

The president of the Grand View Subdivision Homeowners’ Association says the fight with a few residents of the subdivision over the display of political signs in their lawns last fall wasn’t about the First Amendment and political ...


Bill Grant Column May 12, 2009

By Bill Grant

Where were the bulldog defenders of TABOR last week when Senate Republicans, taking a play right from the Ritter administration “tax and spend” playbook so abhorrent to the GOP, tried to create a new revenue source for the state ...


Death Notices: May 12, 2009

By Staff

• Susan Elizabeth Baker, 61, Grand Junction, died May 5, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity. Ms. Baker was an administrative assistant. Memorial ...


GJ legislators discuss session tonight

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The Mesa County delegation to the state Legislature will offer a wrap-up of the just-concluded session tonight in the Grand Junction City Hall Auditorium. State Sen. Josh Penry, the minority leader of the Senate, and representatives Steve ...


Driller will continue to stay clear of blast site

By Dennis Webb

Noble Energy has agreed to extend a voluntary moratorium on seeking drilling permits within a half-mile of the Project Rulison underground nuclear blast site. Also on Monday, the Bureau of Land Management said Noble is seeking approval of a ...


Mesa County foreclosures up in 2009

By Carrie Marfitano

Completed foreclosures are up 83 percent in Mesa County, and foreclosure filings are up 47 percent for the first quarter this year, compared to the first quarter in 2008, according to numbers released Monday by the Colorado Department of Local ...


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