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Homegrown column Aug. 22, 2009

By Dennis Hill

• I planted two yellow hook-neck squash plants and I am getting a lot of buds, but the squash only grow to the size of a peanut then shrivel up. What am I not doing? — Kristi Squash shriveling up before they have a chance to size ...


Late summer a good time to start watering less often, DRIP Column Aug 22, 2009

By Staff

By CURTIS SWIFT Special to the Sentinel The intelligent use of water is important to all of us on the DRIP team. Even though we have a great deal of water coursing through the Grand Valley, how we use it determines our success in maintaining ...


FOR THE RECORD: Aug. 22 , 2009

By Staff

Births St. Mary’s Hospital Lonnie and Staci Knob, Fruita, a son, July 21. Jason Dean Clemente and Amanda Danielle Martinez, Fruita, a daughter, Aug. 8. Jeremy and Bobbie Jo Gilliam, Grand Junction, a daughter, Aug. 8. Robert ...


Briefs: Local news Aug. 22, 2009

By Staff

Veterans Memorial accepting names • Labor Day weekend is the deadline to have names added to the Memorial Stone at the West Garfield County Veterans Memorial. The memorial will be dedicated Nov. 8. The names should be of veterans from ...


Briefs: Religion briefs Aug. 22, 2009

By Staff

Methodists to share plans about trip • Crossroads United Methodist Church will have two informational sessions for the public to learn about its trip to England next year to visit London and significant sites of interest in the life of ...


Carbondale rancher not guilty of arson

By Dennis Webb

Friends and family members of a Carbondale rancher emitted audible sighs of relief Friday after a jury cleared him of criminal charges in connection with a wildfire in which a fisherman was injured and several homes were damaged. After a ...


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Former Junction mayor, businessman remembered as a ‘great negotiator’

By Paul Shockley

When he wasn’t crafting city happenings or plotting his next move in the furniture business, Ray Meacham and those around him were having fun, friends and family said Friday. W.R. Bray, 82, of Grand Junction, remembers a trip he took ...


Clunker program stalls for some dealers

By Staff

CARS, the government’s Cash for Clunkers program, is dead, according to some local new-car dealers. Others are determined to stick with the program until Monday, the official government deadline for the program. “We have already ...


Man sought in burglary, attempted sex assault

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Authorities are looking for a man who slipped inside a Grand Junction house early Friday morning and threatened to sexually assault a woman who had been sleeping inside. The man entered a home in the 500 block of Amy’s Way through a ...


Blotter: Aug. 22, 2009

By Staff

Cops seek sexual predator • Grand Junction police are asking for the public’s help in finding a sexually violent predator who failed to register with police. Kirby Johnson, 56, was supposed to register at the Grand Junction ...


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