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JUCO Notebook: Star-Tek employee throws out first pitch after earning opportunity in raffle

By Staff

Normally when companies choose someone to throw out a first pitch at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, they tend to go with a manager or someone of a higher rank. But at Star-Tek, everyone got a shot at the opportunity. The company ...

Death Notices, June 2, 2010

By Staff

Anna M. Ballard, 47, Fruita, died May 30, 2010, at Hospice Care Center. A rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Thursday at Sacred Heart Church in Fruita. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the church. Mrs. Ballard was a homemaker. Survivors ...

Healthy recipes just in time for Relay for Life

By Dixie Burmeister

June: What do I think of besides warmer weather to help those tomatoes really grow after this cold spring? I think of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, which has become a tradition with hundreds of valley citizens. I once ...

Tit for tat: Keep your ink to yourself

By Steve Beauregard

So you’ve recently gotten a tattoo, huh? Congratulations! You seem real proud of it, showing it to all of your co-workers, unsolicited and all. Thank you for that. I think I speak for most of society when I say we all are deeply ...

Blotter, June 2, 2010

By Staff

New BLM kiosk shot up The Bureau of Land Management is seeking information about vandals who destroyed a new kiosk just days after it was installed at the West Creek picnic area near Gateway. The kiosk was shot at more than 40 times during ...

Hutchinson eliminates Temple in JUCO World Series

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Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College pitcher Daniel Tullos limited Temple (Texas) College to two runs on nine hits to lead Hutchinson to a 4-2 victory in an Alpine Bank Junior College World Series elimination game this afternoon at Suplizio ...

Agreement reached in Sheen domestic violence case

By The AP

ASPEN — Actor Charlie Sheen and prosecutors have reached an agreement over domestic violence allegations involving Sheen’s wife. Sheen is scheduled to be in court Monday for a disposition hearing. Chief Deputy District Attorney ...

Pugliese’s neo-McCarthyism has no place in District 51 classr

By Bill Grant

I seldom find myself completely aligned with the Sentinel’s Bob Silbernagel and Denny Herzog, but on Tea Party activist Rose Pugliese’s petitions to District 51, we are united. On the merits of Pugliese’s case against ...

Residents deserve more details in tent case

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction Police Department has provided 11 new tents to a group of transients who said that officers vandalized their tents early last month. Three officers have been on paid administrative leave since May 7, which was two days ...

Medical database raises privacy issues

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s a maxim in the medical profession that every therapeutic rose has its thorns. Of course, the principle applies to more than just medicine, but the maxim is particularly to the point in the case of law enforcement officials in the ...

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