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On Monday, The Daily Sentinel will arrive just as it has on Grand Junction doorsteps each day for the past 116 years. The Sentinel will deliver the news as it has, on paper, for all that time. It will do the same as it has in recent years, in ...


Death Notices, Oct. 31, 2009

By Staff

Mabel R. Bennett, 80, Grand Junction, died Oct. 28, 2009, at Mesa Manor. Private services are planned for a later date. Mrs. Bennett was a homemaker. Survivors include one son,  Larry of Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, and one stepson, Bobbie ...


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Regional ready: Warriors to find out fate today after successful Saturday

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First things first. That’s what the Central High School volleyball team had to concern itself with on Saturday. The Warriors achieved their first priority. By advancing to the championship match in the Class 5A District 6 tournament, ...


Herzog relished Sentinel’s ability to cover big, challenging events

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For more than three decades, readers of The Daily Sentinel have seen the work of Dennis M. Herzog, as a reporter, editor and top executive. Herzog began his career at The Sentinel as a business writer just as Cox Enterprises bought the paper ...


Government workers brace for worst in H1N1 outbreak

By Staff

De Beque Fire Chief Nick Marx was standing in line recently at the Mesa County Health Department to get vaccinated against the H1N1 virus when he received a page. He had to leave without getting vaccinated. Marx said he would try again when ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 1, 2009

By Staff

Powerhouse Gym, 2460 F Road, is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The new hours began Oct. 22. “Convenience” prompted the change, gym co-owner Norrie Derner said. “We had a lot of members wanting ...


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Grand Junction businesses coping with flu

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When Nisley Elementary School was closed earlier this month because of an outbreak of the H1N1 virus, about 40 percent of its 436 students were ill, but only nine of its 64 staff members, 14 percent, were sick. The school was closed on a ...


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Doubts about public option

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The House health-care bill unveiled last week has something to irritate just about everyone, but not so much that many Grand Valley experts want it ditched immediately. A major feature of the plan unveiled by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and ...


Your Town, Nov. 1, 2009

By Staff

It’s time to box up the ghoulish decor and turn your thoughts to roasting turkeys and mashing yams. But before you dive into that, it might behoove you to adjust all the clocks you didn’t get around to “falling back” ...


No-contact order against officer lifted at accuser’s request

By Paul Shockley

A Palisade police officer accused of harassing an ex-girlfriend appeared in Mesa County Court for a brief hearing Friday. Judge Gretchen Larson agreed to a request to lift a no-contact order against the officer, 26-year-old Stephen Tonello, ...


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