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A new direction for North Avenue

By Amy Hamilton

Gilbert Gonzales had to act fast Friday to jump out of the way of a truck pulling out from a business on North Avenue. Gonzales isn’t used to walking along the route with its on-again, off-again sidewalks, but he’ll probably be ...


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Warm day, high winds wreak havoc

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Warm, blustery conditions in the Grand Valley toppled power lines and traffic lights Sunday and hastened melting of the super-sized snowpack in the high country, a harbinger of potential flooding later this week. The valley and much of ...


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Week’s Best Photos for May 29 - June 4, 2011

By Staff

Scenes captured by Daily Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...


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Week in Sports for May 29 - June 4, 2011

By Dan Bennett

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Motorcyclist critically hurt in accident

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A man was critically injured this afternoon after he was thrown from his motorcycle after being struck by a passenger car at 12th Street and Ute Avenue, according to Grand Junction police. The accident happened just before 5 p.m. Cmdr. Paul ...


Seward County defeats Southern Union 5-1

By Patrick Bahr

In the sixth game of JUCO, Seward County (Kan.) defeated Southern Union (Ala.) 5-1. Seward County pitcher Paul Pulley threw a complete game and allowed only one run. Tanner Rainey went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI. Southern Union was the second ...


Cooler temps, rain to follow high winds

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The high winds that have stirred up a cloud of dust that is ringing the Grand Valley will continue into this evening before a cold front moves in, carrying with it cooler temperatures and a chance of rain. A wind advisory remains in effect ...


Durango donors give $200K to prevent school cuts

By The AP

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Colorado schools have been bracing for painful budget cuts next year because of declining state support. In Durango, local philanthropists are giving some $200,000 to make sure school cuts in their community ...


Aspen reports brisk business on reopened slopes

By The AP

ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Aspen is reporting brisk business this holiday weekend as it reopens slopes to skiers thanks to late-season snowpack. Aspen Mountain saw some 1,700 skiers and snowboarders on 25 runs and 136 acres Saturday. The Aspen ...


South Georgia College wins JUCO game 5 10-4

By Patrick Bahr

Sunday at Suplizio Field, South Georgia advanced over Jefferson (Mo.) College 10-4. The Tigers never trailed in the game, and led 5-0 by the fourth inning. Jefferson made a push in the bottom of the seventh by scoring three runs to close ...


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