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Former Gunnison coach named Fruita wrestling coach

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Fruita Monument High School hired Dan Van Hoose to coach the varsity wrestling team beginning next school year. Van Hoose replaces Jim Stockert, who retired a year ago, but remained coach last season as Fruita Monument looked for a ...

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Headlines and images of the ‘Barbary Coast’

By Special to the Sentinel

The 1930s ‘Barbary Coast’ area of Grand Junction was remarkable for rampant crime, vice and corruption.  ...

Environmentalists blast fed defense of mine rules

By The AP

DENVER — Environmentalists are denouncing a decision by the Obama administration to support Bush-era rules they believe give mine companies unlimited access to public lands to process ore and dump waste. The administration has asked a ...

Rematch in offing in race for Garfield sheriff

By Dennis Webb

For years, Tom Dalessandri has watched the decisions of his successor as Garfield County sheriff and not liked some of what he has seen. Now, the Democrat says he plans to seek a return to office, setting up a rematch with Sheriff Lou ...

Once-healthy Coloradans now ailing and seeking a peculiar prescription

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Kind of a funny place, this Colorado. Depending on who’s doing the talking, we Coloradans are among the most hale and healthy of all the Americans. To read our press notices, the weakest among us make John Sena look like a wimp. Our ...

Printed letters, April 4, 2010

By Staff

I have just returned from out of the country and I see the naughty children of Fruitvale and Clifton did not obey Mama Rowland and voted against annexation. What are we going to do with you? I read that the commissioners will have to scale ...

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Kite-flying season is here

By Melinda Mawdsley

At 4 p.m. Tuesday, a giant angelfish flew above Canyon View Park. The angelfish was 4 feet long and belonged to Fruita’s Craig Lombard. It was one of two stunt kites Lombard brought with him to take advantage of the first day this year ...

Road Trip: Week of April 2, 2010

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Elephant Revival — Adams State College, Alamosa, April 15. Perpetual Groove — Boulder Theater, Boulder, April 15. Brandon Bee — Rocky Mountain ...


Music Scene: Week of April 2, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Sacramento-based singer/songwriter Richard March “goes a bit beyond new Americana strum and twang.” At least, that’s how the musician’s bio at describes the California native’s ...

Calendar: Week of April 2, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, APRIL 2 The Jay Ketchem Band, Whiskey River, 490 28 1/4 Road, 8 p.m.-midnight, $5 cover Friday, $10 cover Saturday, 241-5179. First Friday art reception, The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St., introduction of artists and gallery talk, ...

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