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Valley owner silent at hearing

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Investment firm under scrutiny in Denver court Valley Investments had $21 million in debts at the end of its last fiscal year, Sept. 20, 2008, its former chief financial officer testified Thursday. It took him only four months to see that ...


Abused Dog Oso 9-1-9

For abused dog Oso,  no more hard feelings

By Emily Shockley

Oso, the young dog featured in a July 15 Daily Sentinel article about increasing animal cruelty cases in Mesa County, has healed inside and out. The sore around his neck, which was caused by a chain so tight that it had grown into his skin, ...


Ed Carpenter couple

Carpenter carried tune, love for area

By Amy Hamilton

Edward Carpenter, a dedicated public servant who loved to sing and perform cowboy poetry, died Tuesday at St. Mary’s Hospital. He was 87. Carpenter represented the Western Slope as a Republican state representative for District 54 for ...


SPT GJHS SOFTBALL 9-1

Softball teams in Grand Valley to test skills in Peach Fuzz Invitational

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This weekend will tell the four Grand Valley high school softball teams a great deal. Grand Junction, Palisade and Fruita Monument all will be in the Peach Fuzz Invitational at the Kronkright Complex. Central plays Friday at Columbine and ...


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A little team bonding

By Staff

GRAND JUNCTION In years past, Grand Junction High School volleyball sometimes appeared as a class struggle, upperclassmen having trouble incorporating younger players into the varsity program. The Tigers decided to change that over the ...


Briefs: Sports Timeout Sept. 03, 2009

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


Briefs: Prep Volleybal Sept. 03, 2009

By Staff

GRAND JUNCTION In years past, Grand Junction High School volleyball sometimes appeared as a class struggle, upperclassmen having trouble incorporating younger players into the varsity program. The Tigers decided to change that over the ...


SPT MESA X-COUNTRY 9-3

Skarda leads Mesa runners

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She had a record-setting season as a freshman. Alexis Skarda did things no other Mesa State College cross country runner has done before, qualifying for nationals and placing 19th in the NCAA Division II Championships. The returning ...


River District planning new reservoir on Orchard Mesa

By Staff

To improve fish habitat and irrigation, the Colorado River District has purchased land on Orchard Mesa to build a small reservoir. The 15 acres at 2962 A 1/2 Road cost $1.25 million, according to a news release from the district. When the ...


Americans discovering Democratic leaders to be little more than intruders

By Rick Wagner

In opening this column, I feel compelled to paraphrase Shakespeare, which is second only to quoting scripture as a literary morass. Nevertheless, I say this has been the summer of our discontent, made useful by the bumblings of the son of ...


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