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Hornets hold off Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C. — The chances came early, then disappeared. The Mesa State College baseball team left more runners stranded in the first two innings than it scored the entire game in a 5-2 loss to Emporia State (Kan.) University on Monday ...


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Grandparents of Santa Fe player are always in stands

By Melinda Mawdsley

Ron Grove loves numbers. Here are two: • 23,600 — the number of miles he and his wife, Ruth, have put on their 1999 Nissan Quest minivan while traveling to their grandson Jordan Hollis’ baseball games the past two ...


JUCO: 2009 at a glance May 26, 2009

By Staff

JUCO World Series At Suplizio Field Saturday’s Games Game 1: Howard College 4, Western Nevada 3 (11 innings) Game 2: Shelton State 16, Iowa Western 6 Game 3: Cowley County CC 11, Seminole St. 8 Game 4: Santa Fe 17, Middle Georgia ...


Owners to show off vintage motorcycles, raise funds for adolescent asthma education

By Melinda Mawdsley

Asthma and vintage motorcycles may seem like unlikely partners, but that’s not how Rick Barnes sees it. The Western Colorado Vintage Motorcycle Association is holding a vintage motorcycle rally June 20 at Gateway Canyons Resort to raise ...


Briefs: Health briefs May 26, 2009

By Staff

Health center offers on-site applications • Mountain Family Health Center in Glenwood Springs is offering applications for Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) at area businesses, churches, clubs and other organizations. To ...


Bill Grant Column May 26, 2009

By Bill Grant

The triumph of Grand Junction’s Grandview Six is a heartwarming affirmation of what a few determined citizens can accomplish with grassroots action. When the political signs they displayed on their lawns during the 2008 election period ...


A local farmer hogs the limelight

By The Daily Sentinel

As of this writing, it appears that Pear Park farmer Keith Scott was guilty of only one real offense last week: bad timing. When he hired someone to slaughter pigs on his property near Pear Park Elementary School, he did it just as some of ...


Credit card rate stability: priceless

By The Daily Sentinel

The credit card reform bill that quickly moved through Congress in the past few weeks and was signed by President Barack Obama on Friday does several important things. The rules, which are set to go into effect in nine months, will prohibit ...


City banks on loans to replace pipes, stimulate economy

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The city of Grand Junction hopes to receive $7 million in state loans so it can fix an array of old water and sewer lines and install new sewer lines in the Redlands. City officials are banking on the fast-tracking of the projects to have ...


Outlying county towns cope with sewage problems

By Staff

Wastewater treatment plants are falling into disrepair across Mesa County. De Beque, Powderhorn, Mack and Collbran all face major issues. De Beque is trying to get ahead of the curve by building a new wastewater treatment plant and upgrading ...


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