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Cent Soc Kinnett 4-16-9

Central hoping to avenge losses

By Staff

The Central High School girls soccer team has gotten a taste of the Class 5A state playoffs the past two years — albeit a small taste. The past two season, the Warriors lost to Chatfield in the opening round of the playoffs. “I ...


Mayor Bruce Hill again 5-4

GJ council chooses Hill to be mayor

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Bruce Hill found himself back in a familiar seat Monday night — that of mayor of Grand Junction. Hill, who served as mayor in 2004 and 2005, was appointed again to the largely ceremonial position during the first meeting of the new City ...


Briefs: Local Health May 06, 2009

By Staff

B4 Babies plans free enrollment fair • Hilltop’s B4 Babies and Beyond is having a free enrollment fair from noon to 5 p.m. Friday at the Mesa County Workforce Center, 2897 North Ave. Hilltop’s B4 Babies staff will ...


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HW: Family’s gift was a trip of a lifetime

By Melinda Mawdsley

Burke Martin wants to give local families the dream vacation he never had the chance to share with his family. His wife, Tammy Martin, died May 13, 2008, from ovarian and colon cancer. They were married nearly 16 years. Before Tammy’s ...


Tim Mills farewell 5-4-9

Superintendent honors retirees, says farewell

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School District 51 on Monday bade farewell to 46 retirees and its superintendent of six years. Superintendent Tim Mills recognized the retirees at a reception and banquet at Two Rivers Convention Center, then was himself given a plaque ...


No reason to howl about wolf delisting

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re pleased to see that Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar and the Obama administration agree with their predecessors in one respect: The gray wolf is no longer an endangered species. Hence the decision this week to delist the wolf ...


Tamarisk trouble

By The Daily Sentinel

Many organizations in this region have worked hard in recent years to attack tamarisk, the non-native scourge of riverbanks and creek bottoms in the arid Southwest. They’re preparing now to do battle again, with tamarisk beetles raised ...


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Decision on school superintendent could come by tonight

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The School District 51 board could decide as early as this evening whether to boost Assistant Superintendent Steve Schultz to the top job, or come up with another plan. Schultz, who has worked for District 51 since 1982, interviewed Monday ...


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‘Father Bill’ Foster, 83, longtime GJ priest, dies

By Paul Shockley

The Rev. “Father Bill” Foster had a keen eye for who showed up for sermons at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church. “This one Sunday, a woman was walking out of church and (Foster) says, ‘Joy, nice to see you ...


Riverside School effort set for large share of grant cash

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For the second year in a row, an effort to expand the Riverside School campus will receive the most federal grant money under a plan tentatively approved by the Grand Junction City Council on Monday. Without taking a formal vote, council ...


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