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GJHS grad’s film chosen for Cannes showing

By Melinda Mawdsley

Grand Junction High School graduate Chris Kaliszewski has won a prestigious honor in the filmmaking world. After entering the Straight 8 Film Festival competition, Kaliszewski’s short film “The Decline” was selected to ...


Enthusiasm for theater leads teacher to open her own

By Melinda Mawdsley

Terri Schafer got her wish. She works on Broadway. About one year ago, the former School District 51 choral and theater teacher created Showtime Productions at 2148 Broadway on the Redlands. Schafer didn’t look for a rental unit ...


Mesa’s Hagerstrom enjoying time on Dolphins

By Staff

For the previous six years, Sarah Hagerstrom had spent her summers in the pool, swimming for what some consider the most storied swim club in the country. This summer, she wanted a change. “I don’t know, it was time to do ...

Three Mavs on all-time football team

By Allen Gemaehlich

Michael Vaughn, Deryl McKinnerney and Jeff Tootle played big roles for Mesa State football team in the 1980s —  so big, they were selected to the RMAC All-Century football team announced Thursday. All three led Mesa to the NAIA ...

History Here and Now June 26, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Second in a two-part series. The Redlands Women’s Club consisted of 68 members in 1935, a representation of virtually every family living on the Redlands. Members already had started building their own country club by the time Charles ...

Briefs: Local News June 26, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

County officials’ coffee meeting July 10 • The next coffee meeting with Mesa County officials will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. July 10 at Blink Coffee, 11011 Colorado Highway 65, in Mesa. County Commissioner Janet Rowland, Sheriff ...

Enrollment in summer classes down in District 51

By Emily Shockley

School District 51’s summer-school enrollment is down slightly from last year because it learned from the state too late that it could afford to serve more students. In 2008, 2,251 students participated in summer-school classes, ...

Students cannot be stripped of rights

By The Daily Sentinel

Public-school students in a post-Columbine world don’t surrender their basic constitutional rights when they enter school grounds, the U.S. Supreme Court determined Thursday. In particular, the high court reached the entirely sensible ...

Kittens great news for the missing lynx

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Division of Wildlife biologists made important and welcome discoveries this spring. They found 10 lynx kittens in dens in the Colorado high country. These were the first lynx kittens found in Colorado since 2006. What’s more, ...

Pet store plans to open on Redlands

By Emily Shockley

A new pet supply and grooming business will open by the end of July in the Redlands Marketplace strip mall, 2518 Broadway. New tenant Chow Down will offer dog and pet supplies, specialty food, training and a self-serve dog-washing ...

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