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State eyes firm’s assets in rebate-scam lawsuit

By Amy Hamilton

Elsie Tallieur may be one step closer to recouping money she was promised years ago in what the Colorado Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting civilly as a rebate scam conducted by a local man. Tallieur, 77, purchased siding for her ...


Woman heads to trial in killing of her husband

By Paul Shockley

A Whitewater woman charged in her husband’s slaying is scheduled for trial over 27 days in what could be the longest criminal trial in Mesa County in five years. Miriam Helmick, 52, entered not guilty pleas Tuesday to 14 felony counts, ...


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Gas giant ramping up its projects in Piceance

By Dennis Webb

At a time of general contraction in energy developers’ drilling operations in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin, one company working fairly quietly in Rio Blanco County has been proving to be the exception to the rule. That ...


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Grand Valley Lacrosse Camp piques interest of youngsters

By Patrick Bahr

Caleb Miller went from curiosity to participation in one week. Last week, 14-year-old Miller decided lacrosse would be an exciting sport to try out, and by Monday night, he was one of the participants at the Grand Valley Lacrosse Camp at ...


Briefs: Local Sports June 23, 2009

By Staff

Baseball • Gene Taylor’s 18-under traveling baseball team earned its first wins of the season at the Tony Andenucio Tournament in Pueblo. Taylor’s went 2-4 on the weekend defeating Monarch High School 5-3 then taking down ...


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Avid bicyclists participate in the Bicycle Tour of Colorado

By Allen Gemaehlich

Many avid bicyclists have participated in the Bicycle Tour of Colorado, but none of them experienced a ride like they did Monday. Close to 1,600 riders participating in the 15th annual Bicycle Tour of Colorado rode 91 miles from Hotchkiss ...


The mosquitoes are biting,  but West Nile not in Mesa County ... yet

By Amy Hamilton

The bad news is mosquitoes are coming out in full force in the Grand Valley right now. The good news is those mosquitoes aren’t the kind that carry West Nile virus, said Steve DeFeyter, environmental health director at the Mesa County ...


Briefs: Health Briefs June 23, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

Meeting addresses signs of child abuse • Detecting and reporting child abuse is an important step in helping rein in the problem. A free, informational meeting aims to educate residents on how to spot the signs of child abuse and how to ...


Energy master plan meets county’s pledge

By The Daily Sentinel

More than two years ago, when the Mesa County commissioners first announced plans to develop an energy master plan, they made it clear they weren’t aiming to add another layer of government regulation to the state and federal rules ...


Congratulations are due to GJHS Academic Team

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction High School Academic Team has made a regular habit, over the past decade and a half, of proving its mettle at regional, state and national competitions that test the participants’ knowledge on a variety of scholastic ...


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