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Employment drought lingers

By Amy Hamilton

During the tail end of 2007, as the rest of the nation had been slowly falling into a recession, Mesa County seemed to be operating on its own island, insulated from economic woes plaguing less fortunate counties. Jobs at fast-food ...

Continued rejection weighs on those searching for work

By Staff

Samuel Hughes of Clifton looked for work for two years before landing a job in February. During that search, the 27-year-old U.S. Navy veteran with a degree as a mechanic to work on cranes made his way regularly to the Mesa County Workforce ...

Weekly Planner, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, Sept. 4 End of Summer Fun, 7 p.m. Sunday, Mesa View Independent Retirement Living, 601 Horizon Place, campfire and S’mores, sing favorite campfire songs, RSVP; barbecue picnic, noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, free for seniors, $5 for all ...

Gray Gourmet, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

Monday — Closed for Labor Day Tuesday — Egg and sausage bake, three-bean salad, peas and carrots, citrus fruit mix, oat bean muffin. Wednesday — Beef tater-tot casserole, perfection vegetable mold, lima beans, saucy fruit ...

User Guide Addendum, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

The User Guide supplement in last Sunday’s Daily Sentinel has the following omissions: Clubs and Organizations Two Rivers Cribbage Club: 261-1670 Government Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner: 244-1714  ...

Best of Bridge, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

Having a birthday today Here are results of recent bridge games: Aug. 24: Helen Bledsoe and Mary Blackburn; Pamela Elsner and Marilyn McLaughlin; Sherry Phillips and Anita Knaysi. Aug. 25: Judy Tirpack and Darlene Clark; Pat Kelley and ...

Your Town, Sept. 4, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

This one’s for the dogs: “Woof, woof, bark, growl!” No doubt that will get some tails a waggin’. I suppose a translation for the human-folk is in order. There are two swimming events happening, exclusively for ...

Traffic Alert, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

The following road closure and maintenance project may impact traffic this week: Fruitvale Sewer Line Replacement: Rood Avenue is closed between 14th and 17th streets Monday through Friday. Local traffic only. The road is open on weekends. ...

090411 HP-Horse roundup

Roundups key to healthy wild horse herd on the Piceance

By Staff

Commentary By KENT WALTER BLM Field Manager Wild horses are thriving in western Colorado on a vast, 190,000-acre area known as the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area. It’s an area southwest of Meeker in Rio Blanco County where ...

Process may return some money to Ponzi victims

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Investors who plugged more than $30 million into Valley Investments in Grand Junction are being asked this month to take a step toward recovery of a sliver of that money. Investors will receive packets this week from Rider & Quesenberry, ...

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