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Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 11, 2009

By Staff

VOLLEYBALL The Central High School volleyball team remained undefeated Thursday, winning at Eagle Valley 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-23. After getting off to a tough start, the Warriors showed their mettle in winning a couple of tight games to ...


Tigers claw back after slow start vs. Moffat

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School volleyball team learned a valuable lesson last week in its home opener against Eagle Valley. A slow start means an uphill battle all night. The Tigers alleviated that problem Thursday, defeating another Class ...


Blotter: Sept. 11, 2009

By Staff

Hearing for suspect in De Beque slaying •A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 28 in the case of 43-year-old Rifle man Kenneth Earl Wright, who was charged with first-degree murder in the bludgeoning death of another man ...


Death notices: Sept. 11, 2009

By Staff

• Mason “Dutch” Buhler, 87, Fruita, died Sept. 9, 2009, at Family Health West Hospital. Services will be private. Mr. Buhler was a farmer. Survivors include his wife, Louise; two sons, Larry Gilbert of Oldtowne, Idaho, ...


Affordable-housing picture still grim

By Emily Shockley

An increase in affordable-housing vacancies didn’t help the Grand Junction Housing Authority shorten its list of families waiting for an affordable rental. In fact, the list has lengthened from an average of 1,200 local families a year ...


Uranium mill vote delayed after hearing

By Staff

The Montrose County Commission this week decided to continue consideration of a uranium mill proposal on Sept. 30. Commissioners considered a proposal by Energy Fuels Corp. for its Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill for a second time Wednesday ...


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Most people, upon being told they had just won $10,000, would start thinking cars, trips, trinkets or at least new carpeting. But when Grand Junction school teacher Alice McCary got a phone call last week telling her that very thing, she ...


Sheriff easing out of concert security business

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is slowly transferring security and crowd control at the Grand Valley’s two largest annual music events, Country Jam and Rock Jam, to a private security firm. Each year, the department gets ...


Robb River Rally a chance to celebrate

By Dave Buchanan

In case you missed Bill Haggerty’s “Haggerty’s Hikes” column Sunday in The Daily Sentinel, and with little fear of being overkill, this is a reminder of Saturday’s Robb River Rally at the Western Colorado ...


Wine Column: Sept. 09, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

When you’re a winemaker, Labor Day means just that: a day of labor. As the nation was revelling in the last big holiday of the summer, the area’s winemakers weren’t finding much time to celebrate. It’s harvest time, ...


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