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OnStar’s 100,000th crash activation happens in GJ

By Staff

On Nov. 2, a 2007 GMC Yukon cruised through Grand Junction along Interstate 70. At 8 p.m., it slammed into a deer. The OnStar global positioning device within the vehicle activated, and emergency responders were notified. It seemed to be ...


You Said It Column November 21, 2008

By Staff

• Be careful: If you call a handyman for work to be done, and he says he’ll be there a certain day, don’t hold your breath, because the handymen in this town do not keep their word. I just went through my third one, and ...


112108 HISTORY Crawford

LS: History Here and Now November 21, 2008

By Kathy Jordan

“I wanted to be buried in a tomb, on the hill over looking the Grand Valley.” That was the request in the will of George A. Crawford, founder of Grand Junction, who died 10 years after the city was established. Crawford died Jan. ...


SPT DUSTIN MARTIN 11-20

Smart Jock: Dustin Martin November 20, 2008

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Palisade’s Mike Krueger selected Dustin Martin. The honor will rotate among the four School District 51 high ...


Sports: Prep Notebook November 20, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

Cherry Creek High School in Greenwood Village has had a dominant fall season, winning the Class 5A state championship in volleyball, boys cross country and boys tennis. The Bruins finished second in boys golf, third in girls cross country. ...


Prep page6 spt 11-18-8

Ability, attitude, grades, team chemistry all part of making prep rosters

By Patrick Bahr

A lot of titles can go along with being a high school coach: teacher, athletic trainer, bus driver and equipment repairman. But for the first week of basketball practice, coaches become general managers, attempting to put together their team ...


S MSC BB HERL SHOT 111908

JC transfer Herl quickly adapts to Mavs’ offense

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Every basketball season, just about the time the calendar turns to the New Year, a light flips on. The junior college transfers in their first year with the Mesa State College men’s basketball team get it. They understand the offense, ...


Briefs: Local Sports November 20, 2008

By Staff

Wrestling • Outlaws’ Trujillo places fifth in Tulsa Jacob Trujillo of the Colorado Outlaws Wrestling Club wrestled last week at the Tulsa Nationals Kickoff Classic in Oklahoma. Competing in the 12-and-under 84-pound ...


Area students balance school, sports

By Staff

Hannah Tredway had a goal. By entering an International Baccalaureate Program and maintaining a solid grade-point average, she could get into almost any college she wanted in a couple of years. “That’s one of the reasons I made ...


SPT MICHAEL HUDSON 11-22

Ground game as important for Glenwood as aerial attack

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  The first thing that comes to mind when fans think about this season’s Glenwood Springs High School football team is its passing game. For good reason. The Demons have passed for more than 2,300 yards this ...


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