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A Grand plan

By The Daily Sentinel

More details of what is being called the City Catalyst Project Development Plan are expected to be made public in August. But, in concept, the proposal offers a number of benefits for the community. Under the Catalyst plan, a handful of local ...

Investment scheme snared hard workers

By The Daily Sentinel

Mary Ellen Coffee is a 77-year-old Montrose widow who cleaned houses for a living and raised four children. She invested — carefully, she thought — inheritances from her husband and parents, in the hopes that she would be able to ...

Death notices: July 05, 2009

By Staff

• Rosia A. Amick, 73, Meeker, died July 2, 2009, at Pioneers Hospital. Memorial services are scheduled for later this summer. Mrs. Amick had previously owned Joy Motor Parts in Meeker. Survivors include one daughter, Anita Peters of ...

You Said It July 05, 2009

By Staff

• I wanted to point out the courtesy of a deputy who came to my house to apologize for stepping on my plants, accidentally, while in pursuit of someone. Thank you for taking the time and consideration for coming to my door that ...

Five cops join Delta police force this year

By Amy Hamilton

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Blotter: July 05, 2009

By Staff

Fire at Powerhouse Gym • A local gym was evacuated briefly Saturday afternoon after a carpet cleaning vehicle caught fire near the building’s rear entrance, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. A Stanley Steamer ...

Speaking of Science Column July 05, 2009

By Guest Columnist

When there is an earthquake in China, you see the effects in a few hours after the disaster, or you can watch the Olympic games in real time as if you were there, or watch Tiger Wood sink that crucial putt … and so on. These programs ...

Art of Quilting Column July 05, 2009

By Sherida Warner

Ouray County is often called the Switzerland of America, and a trip to the historic town of Ouray convinces many a tourist that an authentic yodeler is right around the corner. The rugged San Juan Mountains dwarf the quaint village with the ...

Our Town Column July 05, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I picked my first tomato of the season last week. I wasn’t sure what to do with just one tomato, so I diced it for tacos that evening. There are a few more tomatoes on the vine, but they have some growing and many shades of green to ...

Higher cap by utility panel could help Rifle increase solar energy

By Dennis Webb

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