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Getting It Right, April 17, 2014

By The Daily Sentinel

A story on Page 2A Wednesday should have said that Alexis Perez is free on a $10,000 personal-recognizance bond. An item on Page 9A Tuesday should have categorized the owners of New Creations and Advanced Hearing Solutions, Patti Atchison ...

Blotter, April 17, 2014

By Staff

Gas leak closes bridge The eastbound lanes of the Grand Avenue bridge were closed for a period of time Wednesday afternoon as authorities investigated a reported gas leak in the area. A road crew working in the immediate area of the bridge ...

Grand Junction, Moab make list of top desert towns

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction is among 14 places named “America’s Coolest Desert Towns” in the April edition of Travel+Leisure magazine. The getaway-focused publication picked Grand Junction as a top desert destination for sitting ...


City Market renews push for store at 12th and Patterson

By Gary Harmon

City Market is closing in on a longtime company goal: building a store at the intersection of 12th Street and Patterson Road. The Western Slope and eastern Utah grocery chain has filed its application with the Grand Junction Planning ...


G.Y.M. with Hip Dips

By Staff

Hip Dips Start by standing on the edge of a stair, step or some sort of platform. Step up so that one leg is hanging off the edge of the step but not touching the floor. Straighten the planted leg as you come up on the step, without locking ...


Rock goblins: Play among mysterious hoodoos of Utah’s Goblin Valley

By Erin McIntyre

GOBLIN VALLEY STATE PARK, UTAH — Driving 2 1/2 hours might seem like kind of a long trip to get lost in a maze of rocks, but it’s not that far considering that it feels like entirely another planet. There’s a reason ...

Breaking habits: It’s the thought that counts

By Staff

We all have bad habits. Some of us bite our nails, or snack too much, or manufacture methamphetamines. The key to stopping a negative behavior pattern is to acknowledge it. Or get arrested. Psychologists say it takes 21 days to break a bad ...


GJ woman takes a costal trip along Costa Rica, Nicaragua

By Mike Wiggins

Years ago, Jane Fitzgerald had looked into booking a cruise to Costa Rica. The price kept her from buying. Then, about a year ago, she checked in with Star Clippers, a tall ship cruise line. When she spotted a reduced rate and coupled it with ...

The Poll: What’s your favorite Easter candy?

By Staff

GJSENTINEL.COM POLL Easter is the second biggest candy-eating holiday in the U.S. What’s your favorite? ■ Jelly beans — by the handful. ■ Cadbury Creme Eggs — licking the frosting. ■ Peeps — any ...


Social Junction: Viva el Vino

By Staff

Fine wine and food greeted those who attended Viva el Vino on Saturday evening at Two Rivers Convention Center. The event is organized by the Junior Service League and funds raised through the Viva el Vino are donated to various area nonprofit ...

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