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Church can stay in Mesa community center

By Staff

Anyone wandering into the Mesa Community Center on a Sunday may want to bring a Bible. The community center, a county-owned building, has been the home of the Mesa View Bible Church for the past six months. Sunday services and church ...


Sheriff’s requests irk commission

By Staff

The cost of keeping cops on the street is causing the Mesa County Commission to squirm a bit. Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey is being asked to explain the high cost of law-enforcement expenses such as patrol cars and laptops. Until he does, ...


DA gets involved in sheriff’s office flap

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners on Monday referred allegations against Sheriff Lou Vallario to the 9th District Attorney’s Office for possible criminal investigation. The action came after two commissioners ...


Victim of fatal crash had been pulled over

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A Fruita police officer who contacted and released an 18-year-old Grand Junction woman early Sunday morning came upon an accident about a half-hour later in which the same woman lay dying. Samantha Ann Loy, 18, died after her car careened off ...


Blaze contained to one unit; family forced to move to hotel

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Residents of two apartment units returned home and a third family is staying in a hotel after a fire on Monday morning forced them out of their building. None of the Zapata family was at home when the fire broke out in the kitchen of the ...


Proposed GJ ethanol project is suspended

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The companies that proposed to turn beetle-killed wood into cellulosic ethanol in a Grand Junction plant are suspending the project. Lignol Energy Corp. and Suncor Energy Inc. cited unstable energy prices, uncertain capital markets and ...


Pedal pushers learn how to fix their rides

By Staff

A new bicycle maintenance class taught by Chris Brown of Brown Cycles at Western Colorado Community College has proven so popular that more dates have been added. Brown said he is keeping the class size small, at fewer than 10 students per ...


Best Blogs: African Computers February 10, 2009

By Staff

The message below is from former Daily Sentinel reporter Emily Morris. Emily is serving in the Peace Corps in Senegal and needs your help. Please read on: Hi everyone, If you’re broke, stop reading now and forward this post to anyone ...


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Young skiers enjoy runs at Powderhorn

By Patrick Bahr

For everyone, waking up early can sometimes be a problem. But for Liam Kincaid, he has no trouble getting out of bed early on Sundays during the winter. The 9-year-old Kincaid is one of many young athletes from the Grand Valley who enjoys ...


Briefs: Local Sports February 09, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball The fourth game of Mesa State College’s season-opening series against Grand Canyon (Ariz.) University was postponed by rain in the Phoenix area. There are no plans to reschedule the game. The No. 27 Mavericks (2-1) host ...


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