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New hairdo part of Johnson’s renewed focus on the mat

By Allen Gemaehlich

Cole Johnson had enough of his long hair. It was getting in his eyes and making it tough to see. He’s had enough of the struggles he’s been through on the wrestling mat, too. “I figure I need to clean up my ...

Ft. Lewis ‘D’ will pressure Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

Timi Brown wanted to implement an in-your-face, aggressive style of basketball when she took over the Mesa State College women’s program five years ago. Saturday night in Durango, the Mavericks (4-15, 1-10 RMAC) tip off against a team ...

020609 history

LS: History Here and Now Column February 06, 2009

By Kathy Jordan

Final in a four-part series on the history of local skiing. Colorado Grand Mesa Ski Corporation sought a $380,000 Small Business Association loan backed by Industrial Development Inc. and several local banks. The SBA loan was taking longer ...

Death Notices: February 06, 2009

By Staff

•  Donald Edwin Owen, 79, Hotchkiss, died Feb. 4, 2009, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mesa View Mortuary. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Bible Center Church in Paonia. ...

Panel nixes school safety measure

By Staff

Democratic state lawmakers voted Thursday to silence a Grand Junction Republican’s efforts to bring the “drill, baby, drill” approach to Colorado schools. The House Education Committee, in a 9-4 vote, struck down a bill from ...

Stimulate or stall

By The Daily Sentinel

Although both are controlled by Democrats, Congress and the Colorado Legislature are working at cross purposes when it comes to stimulating the economy. Just this week, for example, the U.S. Senate passed a measure aimed at aiding the ...

Salazar signals a change

By The Daily Sentinel

It should come as no great surprise that new Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar acted this week to put the brakes on the pell-mell rush of natural gas leasing on public lands that was instituted under the Bush administration. As a U.S. ...

Boy may face more serious charge in Montrose attack

By Staff

A 14-year-old boy charged with acting with another boy to slash the throat of a Montrose High School student on Nov. 11 may face a more serious charge. Prosecutors with the Montrose County District Attorney’s Office filed a petition ...

Legislator plans meeting to address high gas prices in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

State Sen. Al White is organizing a public meeting to air out concerns about high gasoline prices in Garfield County. White, R-Hayden, expects a representative from the state Attorney General’s Office, possibly Attorney General John ...

Briefs: Local News February 06, 2009

By Staff

Panel approves Bleiberg for state board • A state Senate committee unanimously approved Grand Junction resident and Mesa Land Trust Executive Director Rob Bleiberg on Wednesday to serve on a statewide board. Bleiberg, citing his 13 ...

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