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Buddhist monks enlighten students about path to brighter future

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Jangchub Chophel was growing up in California, his family did not have blue toilet water or take trips to the park on a Sunday afternoon. He often wondered how a person acquired such luxuries, never knowing that love was within his heart ...


City: Cop firings upheld

By Paul Shockley

Deputy Grand Junction City Manager Rich Englehart has upheld the firings of three former Grand Junction police officers, according to a city news release this afternoon. “In order for us to build trust and confidence within the (police) ...


Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Night July 6, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Tuesday Night Men's Club - July 6, 2010 Front 9 - Low Gross / Low Net 1st Gross Ben Vigil 39 2nd Gross Jon Sehler 40 T3rd ...


Chipeta Golf Course Ladies’ League Results July 6, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - July 6, 2010 Two-Person Best Ball 1st Gross Sandy B., Christy D.   1st Net Sue S., Marie ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies’ League Results July 6, 2010

By Staff

Bookcliff Ladies' League - July 6, 2010 Flight 1 1st Gross Marty Jones 77 2nd Gross Sally Matchett 86 3rd Gross Dixie ...


No sign of missing Montrose DJ

By The AP

MONTROSE — Friends are planning to search again for a missing radio DJ from Montrose. Forty-eight-year-old Rick Steele went missing Thursday while taking his dogs for a walk near a canal. Searchers fear Steele may have fallen into the ...


Water line break closes Lincoln Park-Moyer Pool

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Lincoln Park-Moyer Pool will be closed until Wednesday afternoon because of a water line break. Grand Junction city officials said this morning they expect the pool to re-open for the afternoon session of the pool’s free day from 3 to ...


County OKs legal action against Redlands property owner for junk

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Mesa County commissioners agreed this morning to take legal action against a Redlands property owner if she doesn’t remove several unregistered, inoperable vehicles from her land by Aug 1. Under a compliance plan approved by the board, ...


Peacock’s performance deserving of our praise

By The Daily Sentinel

Jon Peacock was young when he took over as Mesa County administrator five years ago, just 33. But the list of county accomplishments during his tenure would be enviable additions to any public official’s r&233;sum&233;. The bridge over ...


Printed letters, July 6, 2010

By Staff

We need a new path for energy development They say history repeats itself.  They also say the definition of insanity is to repeat the same action and expect different results.  It appears that our current administration does not ...


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