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Gateway graduate enjoys power of one

By Melinda Mawdsley

Rusty Sanford will have it easy when planning high school class reunions for the next couple decades because he would be the only one coming to any of them. Heck, he’d be the only one invited. On Monday, Sanford graduated from Gateway ...


Council rejects building freeze

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A proposal to suspend development application filings within the oldest residential area in Grand Junction was turned away Monday night amidst concerns that it could choke off private investment during an economic downturn. The City Council ...


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Orchard Mesa church moves on after vandalism

By Paul Shockley

The Rev. Robert Babcox preached about sin early Sunday, nearly a day before sin broke into his sanctuary. “Satan’s obviously scared now,” said Babcox, standing outside police crime scene tape Monday morning at Trinity ...


Powderhorn freezes lift ticket prices

By Dave Buchanan

Temperatures may be soaring in the Grand Valley, but it’s freezing at Powderhorn Resort. The popular ski resort on the north edge of Grand Mesa announced this week that lift ticket prices for next winter will be frozen at last ...


A pikeminnow’s progressThe report last week that a Colorado pikeminnow had been captured in th

By The Daily Sentinel

The report last week that a Colorado pikeminnow had been captured in the Colorado River in De Beque Canyon may not have been the most closely monitored bit of news in a week of high school graduations, Denver Nuggets victories and the usual ...


Spartanburg (S.C.) qualifies for JUCO field

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Spartanburg (S.C.) Methodist College drove 600 miles to New York and ended up playing a team from its own region in the second round of the Eastern District playoffs. The ninth-ranked Pioneers first defeated Potomac State College of West ...


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Mesa State baseball team will play Belmont Abbey on Saturday

By Allen Gemaehlich

When Mesa State College was a junior college, the baseball team made several World Series appearances. Now, as an NCAA Division II school, Mesa is in a World Series again. The Mavericks qualified Sunday for their first NCAA Division II ...


Mesa Wins dog pile 5-17-9

MESA STATE BASEBALL TEAM HEADED TO WORLD SERIES IN CARY, N.C.

By Allen Gemaehlich

Aaron Guinn threw his glove as high as he could, the dugout emptied and a dogpile ensued. Pretty soon, the Mesa State College senior pitcher was on the bottom of the celebration after the Mavericks defeated Wayne State (Neb.) College 8-2 on ...


Cent Golf Forney 5-12-9

Central intends to make impact in state tourney

By Staff

Although the Central High School girls golf team was within one stroke of qualifying its entire team for the Class 5A state championships, the Warriors will still pose a challenge at the tournament today and Tuesday. The two-day, 36-hole ...


Death Notices: May 18, 2009

By Staff

• Norbert William “NW” Grosse-Rhode, 90, Paonia, died May 15, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Visitation will be at 9 a.m.  Friday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with services at 10 a.m. at the Paonia church. ...


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