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OA: Samantha Stiles Column April 03, 2009

By Staff

Dirty, exhausted and hung-over musicians in sweat-stained T-shirts already have packed up their vans and hit the road on the rest of their spring tour stops since the annual South by South West (SXSW) music festival ended March 21. All of the ...

Briefs: OA Monument Stars April 03, 2009

By Staff

The Colorado National Monument Association Spring Walks and Talks Series presentations are under way with the first outdoor presentation taking place Saturday, April 4, at the Saddlehorn picnic area parking lot. “Galileo Evening Under ...

OA: Ryan Anthony to perform at TrumpetFest

By Staff

As a teenager, trumpeter Ryan Anthony captured the national spotlight by winning a highly publicized Seventeen magazine, General Motors National Concerto Competition in 1987. It’s the award that “started it all,” he ...

Briefs: Local Sports April 03, 2009

By Staff

College Tennis • Mesa splits with Western N.M. The Mesa State women won, but the men lost a non-RMAC dual Thursday against Western New Mexico in Pueblo. The women (11-2) won five singles and two doubles matches for a 7-2 victory. ...


Central uses quickness to top Fruita in soccer match

By Staff

Pressure and quickness were the keys to Central High School’s 1-0 victory Thursday over Fruita Monument at Walker Field. The Warriors pressured the Wildcats relentlessly in the first half, with the trio of Ashley Paul, Stacey Kinnett ...

Briefs: Biz Buzz April 03, 2009

By Staff

• Audrey Hamon has earned the Certified Fraud Examiner credential. She is a staff accountant for Ellis CPA firm. • 3 Elements, formerly the Grand Junction Athletic Club, has added three team members to its staff: Karley ...

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LS: History Here and Now Column April 03, 2009

By Kathy Jordan

This is the final column in a series about the history of The Daily Sentinel. In April 1974, The Daily Sentinel’s pressroom and mailroom were destroyed by a fire, but the paper didn’t miss a day of publication. For the six weeks ...

Public safety initiative still in limbo

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Five months after Grand Junction voters rejected two funding mechanisms that would have paid for $98 million in new police, fire and courtroom buildings, the question of “what now?” isn’t much closer to being answered than it ...

Briefs: Local News April 03, 2009

By Staff

Free disposal days set • Mesa County has scheduled free disposal days at its landfill and transfer stations. The dates and times are: Gateway Transfer Station, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday; De Beque Transfer Station, 9 a.m. to 2 ...

More to be done for Meth Task Force

By The Daily Sentinel

The idea of continuing the legal authorization for an optional government entity in the midst of bleak economic times would ordinarily draw robust criticism, especially from fiscal conservatives. Not so with the state’s Methamphetamine ...

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