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Death Notices, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Edward “Bud” Praete, 91, Grand Junction, died April 2, 2010, at his home. Services are pending through Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mr. Praete was retired from the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife, Mary Kay; two sons, Patrick ...


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Major commitment: Local baseball stars making their way through minor leagues

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Today is opening day in Major League Baseball. Four Western Slope baseball players are still working their way through the minor leagues, but so far, Kiel Roling, Chris Wilson, Shaver Hansen and Geoff Baldwin are right on track with their ...


Local bowling results, April 4, 2010

By Staff

Local Highlights Freeway Bowl Fun For All High scores — Bill Brophy 173 (60 pins over average), Donna Barnes 186 (44 pins over average), Dave Duff 247 (649), Bob Dickey 212, Dixie Silva 192 (61 pins over average), Gil Yelonek 224 (65 ...


Sports in Brief: Fire FC moves into first place

By Staff

Youth Soccer Fire FC moves into first place The Grand Junction Soccer Club’s Fire FC ‘97 girls team defeated Nike Rush 3-0 on Saturday in Denver. Courtney Barger scored a header off a corner kick by Baseley McClaskey and Taylor ...


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Week’s Best Pictures, April 4-10, 2010

By Staff

All the great shots from Sentinel photographers, taken between April 4-10, 2010. Call 256-4388 for reprints.  ...


Salt Lake City makes pitch for 2012 GOP convention

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Officials from the Republican National Committee will spend three days in Utah as part of Salt Lake City’s bid to secure the 2012 Republican National Convention. They’ll be greeted with a dinner Monday night ...


Helicopter lands on Mount Morrison

By The AP

GOLDEN — Rescuers have reached two people on board a helicopter that came down in the foothills west of Denver. The instructor and a student on board suffered cuts, bumps and bruises and were taken to the hospital to be checked out ...


Second person dies in Denver bus crash

By The AP

DENVER — A second person injured after a Denver city bus ran a red light and struck two vehicles has died. Police spokesman Matthew Murray said Sunday that a woman critically injured in the crash died. She was riding in the same car as ...


Program aims to find victims of radiation exposure

By The AP

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Students are being encouraged to apply for a new federal program to help find victims of radiation exposure in the Four Corners area. The U.S. Department of Justice will select 30 students to travel the vast Navajo ...


Developer closes backcountry skiing area in Telluride

By The AP

DENVER — A developer who purchased roughly 103 acres of mining claims near Telluride Ski Resort has closed it off to backcountry skiers and hikers. Tom Chapman of Gold Hill Development Co. this week cited liability issues for closing ...


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