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Briefs: OA Home Expo March 06, 2009

By Staff

Not sure what do with that extra bedroom or how to make the patio the central entertainment feature in your home? Check out the 2009 Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo open Friday through Sunday, March 6–7, at Two Rivers Convention ...


Despite good beginning, Central falls in season opener

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team’s season got off to a great start on Thursday. Unfortunately for the Warriors, the remainder of their opening game didn’t go as smoothly. After taking a 5-0 lead, Central’s bats went ...

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Harmeling’s tenure with Cougars will be recalled by team, not personal, success

By Special to the Sentinel

Daven Harmeling jogged over to a rack of basketballs at midcourt, picked one up and cradled it at his waist. He heaved it at the basket. Missed. He tried again. Clang. Then, on the third try, the basketball rocketed through the ...

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Fronczak’s perseverance is rewarded with strong start

By Allen Gemaehlich

The way Jason Fronczak sees it, adversity is part of the journey. The Mesa State College senior from Bishop, Calif., would know; he’s been through his share and has persevered. The right-hander takes the mound for the third-ranked ...

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History Here and Now Column March 06, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Final in a four-part series about Josephine Dickey’s family history in Grand Junction. The United Methodist Church at Fifth Street and White Avenue was the only church in Grand Junction that would allow black people to worship at their ...

Death Notices: March 06, 2009

By Melinda Mawdsley

•  Mary B. Galba, 88, Grand Junction, died March 4, 2009, at her home. Services will be at 1 p.m. March 13 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Rocky Ford. Ms. Galba was the owner of Amber Floral on Main Street. Survivors include one ...

Delta Petroleum reports loss, cuts employees

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Delta Petroleum Corp., which has significant Piceance Basin holdings, laid off several employees this week. The cutbacks were a sharp reversal from the ambitious plans the company had less than a year ago for the Piceance Basin. During the ...

Democrats object to uncharitable changes

By The Daily Sentinel

One part of President Barack Obama’s plan to have the wealthy pay more taxes is under fire in Congress this week — from Democrats. They have legitimate reason to oppose the president’s plan. The best-known portion of ...

City adds needed industrial property

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s more vacant industrial land in Grand Junction now — and in an appropriate location — thanks to action taken by the Grand Junction City Council Wednesday night. The council approved the rezoning to light industrial of ...

Briefs: Local News March 06, 2009

By Staff

Fruita needs bike rodeo volunteers • The city of Fruita Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers and vendors for its first bike rodeo, taking place from 9 a.m. to noon April 18 in the parking lot of the Fruita ...

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