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Line formed early next ‘Twilight’

By Daniel Humphries

A small army of Edward Cullen vampire cardboard cutouts stood guard outside Regal Cinemas 14 on Tuesday as fans prepared for the midnight premiere of “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.” As early as Tuesday morning, the line of fans was ...

Sports in Brief: Gladiators edge Rebels in OT

By Staff

Football Gladiators edge Rebels in OT After two straight lopsided victories, the Grand Junction Gladiators defeated the Colorado Rebels 22-16 on Saturday in overtime. The Rebels won the toss in overtime, but the Gladiators’ defense ...

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Avalon Theater renovation proposal: $13 million

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The Avalon Theatre could get a $13 million makeover if the city of Grand Junction, Downtown Development Authority, Grand Junction Symphony and possibly other stakeholders find a way to fund renovation plans suggested by a national design ...

BLM drops drilling proposal for Vermillion Basin near Craig

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter and environmental and citizen groups are praising the Bureau of Land Management’s reversal of an earlier proposal to allow oil and gas development in the 77,000-acre Vermillion Basin northwest of Craig. However, a ...

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Riding the right way: James Wilson hosts clinic to help individuals improve form, skills

By Patrick Bahr

James Wilson is teaching what he knows and loves. Wilson hosted an informational clinic Tuesday about improving mountain biking skills at MTB Strength Training Systems, 573 S. Commercial Dr., Suite 5. “You can learn how to apply your ...

Hutchinson (Kan.) CC outfielder remembered for his work ethic

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Sean Banks, an outfielder for the Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College baseball team, was killed last week when a grain elevator collapsed in his hometown of Russell, Kan. Banks didn’t get into a game earlier this month during the Alpine ...

Bruce avoids a ‘perp walk,’ but discredits his initiatives

By Bill Grant

It appears that Attorney General John Suthers has finally found the right threat to intimidate Douglas Bruce into showing up for a court date. Bruce doesn’t want to be photographed in an orange jumpsuit doing the “perp walk” ...

Court shoots down outright gun bans

By The Daily Sentinel

The right to own weapons that millions of Americans believed had been theirs since the founding of the Republic 234 years ago is now enshrined in a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. The Second Amendment to the Constitution includes an ...

Printed letters, June 30, 2010

By Staff

Teller Arms thankful for veterans’ business As on-site property manager for Teller Arms Shopping Center, I am replying to the article by Amy Hamilton published in The Daily Sentinel on June 19. Teller Arms Shopping Center is, as all ...

Walleye threaten Red Fleet fishery

By Dave Buchanan

The discovery of a healthy population of walleye in Red Fleet Reservoir threatens the future of that popular fishery, said the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Utah fishery biologists say walleye, considered a top predator, will upset the ...

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