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Cooler weather in store after record August heat

By Staff

Hot weather leveling off this month After the fourth-hottest August on record, Grand Junction appears to be headed for more seasonal weather. Forecasters predict high temperatures to hold in the 80s throughout the week and a chance of rain ...

Student spotlight, Sept. 5, 2011

By Staff

Groundbreaking today for school’s new building MONTROSE — Vista Charter School will break ground at a new site at 3 p.m. today at St. Mary’s and Niagara in Montrose. The school received a BEST grant from the Department of ...


Degree holders try cracking code to job market

By Amy Hamilton

Otorhinolaryngologist. The label for a physician who specializes in ear, nose and throat diseases is nearly impossible for most people to say, much less spell. Yet the word is one of Heather Carr’s favorites, rolling off her tongue ...

Master’s made applicant appear ‘overqualified’

By Amy Hamilton

Former Grand Junction resident David Workman said he studied his butt off to earn a Master of Business Administration degree at Mesa State College. When his friends with bachelor’s degrees started to land jobs, Workman, then 25 years ...

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Fruita steers dollars to new police station

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Like every other aspect of municipal government, the Fruita Police Department felt the impact of the growth boom in the past decade, when the population of Fruita nearly doubled between 2000 and 2010 to more than 12,000 residents. The number ...

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High expectations: Colorado Mesa golf teams aiming for more success

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The Colorado Mesa University men’s golf team made history last season and is looking for more. The Mavericks took sixth place in the RMAC and qualified for the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time in only the program’s second ...


Week’s Best Photos for Sept. 4-10, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


Week in Sports for Sept. 4-10, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Hot sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...

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Loss of quilts an unfortunate pattern

By Sherida Warner

A prize-winning quilt handmade by Janet Atkins hasn’t been seen since February, yet she still hopes her cherished work of art, titled “Kaaterskill,” will come home to her studio in Coxsackie, N.Y. Atkins had sent it to the ...

Report: Colo spent $354M on security since 9/11

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — State and local governments in Colorado have spent nearly $354 million in federal grants for homeland security since 2002, but accounting records are incomplete and some of the spending had little to do with fighting ...

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