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District 51 override flier mailed to ‘likely’ voters

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School District 51 made its first public step toward gathering input on a potential $14.5 million mill levy override to benefit local schools by delivering fliers. The fliers, which detail District 51 budget cuts for 2011–12, include ...


Grand Junction, state as whole both rank high on business lists

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Grand Junction is the 12th best small city in the nation for business and careers, according to Forbes.com. The ranking, released June 28, seemed fair to Grand Junction Economic Partnership Interim Director Kelly Marlin. She was a little ...


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Volunteers help Taco Bell run like clockwork

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Each year, hundreds of tennis matches are played during the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. Every match that’s played is possible because of the work of several volunteers who not only give their time during the tournament, but for weeks ...


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Grand Junction Motor Speedway hosting national-level kart race

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A future NASCAR or IndyCar driver could be getting his or her start this weekend in Grand Junction. Grand Junction Motor Speedway is hosting the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Pro Tour SummerNationals for the first time. “This is by far the ...


Sports Briefs, July 14, 2011

By Staff

College Wrestling Pueblo to host D-II championships CSU-Pueblo was announced Thursday as the host site for the NCAA Division II national wrestling championships in 2012. It will be one of two national championships in Pueblo this coming ...


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Monument wins 10-11 boys District 1 Little League title

By Scott Schlaufman

Nobody said being a player on the Monument 10-11 boys Little League baseball team was easy. “We practice every morning at 7:30 for two hours,” coach Sean Kreidler said. “They’re tired, but they get out there every ...


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Trial delayed for ex-Montrose DA

By Paul Shockley

A judge Thursday denied a renewed bid for sanctions against prosecutors in the case against former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra, but delayed his trial on sexual misconduct charges. Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger ...


E-mail letters, July 14, 2011

By Staff

Justice was served with Casey Anthony verdict In the July 14 edition of The Daily Sentinel, M. E. Johnson complained that there was “no justice” in the Casey Anthony verdict.  I think I can understand how one might come to ...


McConnell’s debt plan falters; state’s school tax initiative sputters

By Josh Penry

The shouting-match-turned-stare-down-turned-revolving-door-negotiation-turned-presidential-temper-tantrum that is the debt ceiling debate in Washington, D.C., is beginning to test the patience and the principles of some tough political ...


Target: child obesity

By The Daily Sentinel

Two ideas were put forth this week in an effort to rein in child obesity — one small but encouraging, the other urging an outrageous new standard of government control. Neither idea will end our epidemic of child obesity. But they both ...


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