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Laura Luke

Councilwoman Luke

By The Daily Sentinel

We were as surprised as other observers that the Grand Junction City Council chose Laura Luke, an unknown in city politics, over more experienced and familiar people to fill the vacancy created by Bonnie Beckstein’s resignation. But ...


Printed letters, April 24, 2011

By Staff

Kudos to The Daily Sentinel editorial staff for coming out in favor of the Simpson-Bowles deficit-reduction plan. As hard-liners on both the left and right continue to dig in their heels, it becomes more and more likely that our ...


Death Notices, April 24, 2011

By Staff

Laquita Joy Bander, 74, Grand Junction, died April 22, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include four daughters, Kelly King of Grand Junction, Robin King, Yukon, Okla., ...


You Said It, April 24, 2011

By Staff

It does not make any sense for the Downtown Development Authority to punish all dog owners because of pit bulls and poorly supervised dogs. The next thing will be no baby strollers because of the small area and concentration issue the DDA has ...


Blotter, April 24, 2011

By Staff

Chicken thief strikes twice A resident in the 300 block of 28 Road is calling fowl after 25 “show” chickens were stolen during two incidents in April, according to the Mesa County Sheriff Department. The resident told deputies ...


Death Notices, April 23, 2011

By Staff

Corinne Marie Hilbert, 58, Grand Junction, died April 19, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Orchard Mesa Baptist Church. Burial to follow in Gunnison. She is survived by her husband, James Edward Sr.; one ...


New youth director believes in the worth of all his charges

By Paul Shockley

Interviewing for an internship in 1992 at Grand Mesa Youth Services Center, Brad Duran told the director his goal was to eventually fill his shoes. Nineteen years later, Duran did just that. Duran, 41, was named director of the youth ...


City will haul away your castoffs for free in annual spring pickup

By Amy Hamilton

It’s best to get a move on if you haven’t already hauled your junk to the curb. Grand Junction residents can take advantage of the city’s annual, free trash-hauling event, but there are some guidelines. Starting at 7 a.m. ...


042311 World race

Drivers reviving round-the-world race of 1908 pause in Grand Junction

By Rachel Sauer

When things are going well — when the wheels are turning and the sun’s shining and the wind’s at your back — the joy of an open road is exquisite. It represents freedom and possibility, the notion that something ...


Band of Bros 041911

Bibles in the saddlebags

By Rachel Sauer

Somewhere along the road to the horizon, the route passed through the front doors of a church. It wound between rows of pews, and there it stayed. For centuries, it was: Sit still, eyes front, no talking, pass the plate, stand, kneel, sing, ...


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