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Scuba-do: GJ Scuba Club planning winter getaways

By Dave Buchanan

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Colorado Fourteeners group steadily growing

By Dave Buchanan

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Aspen’s Beetham wins Warrior Invitational

By Staff

By KENT MINCER Jesse Beetham spent his entire summer break on the golf course. “I missed one day of golf all summer,” the Aspen High School freshman said. His summer included playing in some tournaments on the Colorado Junior ...


Dixie column Aug. 19, 2009

By Dixie Burmeister

What a Saturday we all had in the valley and what a great Peach Recipe Contest we had!  I must admit, I was concerned as to the turnout because of VIP “visitors” to the valley.  But it was great with just a slight drop in ...


Water Ski Reece 8-18-9

Lake Mirage gives local water skiers a place to compete

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Hilkey: 911 upgrade to carry hefty price tag

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey says the Grand Valley’s future 911 emergency dispatch will not be as effective as the current system unless an additional $4 million is spent. The new system will convert public safety ...


Back to school

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s barely the middle of August and students are headed back to class throughout the Grand Valley. It seems awfully early to those of us who grew up believing it was ordained by nature that school should begin (and summer officially ...


Gov. Ritter spreads the budget-cut pain

By The Daily Sentinel

This community has certainly suffered along with the rest of the state as a result of the downturn in the national economy. Coupled with the dropoff in the natural gas industry, and the hundreds of jobs lost in that arena, one could argue the ...


Decision time on public safety measure

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Man backed over, but not badly hurt

By Melinda Mawdsley

A man didn’t appear as if he was seriously injured after he was run over Tuesday near Mesa Mall. The man, who was not identified but thought to be approximately 70 years old, was “alert and talking” as he was being taken by ...


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