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Brady petition truckin’ into court

By The Daily Sentinel

The latest installment in the Brady Trucking rezoning saga will take place inside a Mesa County courtroom. We can only hope that it is close to the final episode. As we have said repeatedly throughout this story, we don’t believe the ...


Love with a small town

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County officials and those with the town of De Beque aren’t exactly cozying up to each other like romantic teenagers. But their relationship is considerably warmer than it was a few months ago, and that’s welcome news. Nobody ...


Two suspects sought in home burglaries

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police are seeking two suspects, possibly juveniles or young men, who broke into a home in the 2600 block of Grand Vista Way early Tuesday morning, waking some residents of the home. A struggle ensued, and the homeowner was ...


Briefs: Local News March 04, 2009

By Staff

Botanical Gardens seeks volunteers • The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens is seeking volunteers to lead tours of the Butterfly House and Gardens. Training will be provided. Call 245-3288, ext. 3, for information. Math materials ...


Mural at Dual Immersion Academy funded by arts commission grants

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction’s Commission on Arts and Culture and the Colorado Council on the Arts will pump $46,500 into local arts and cultural groups through an annual grant process. The commission received $36,000 from the city and ...


Death Notices: March 04, 2009

By Staff

•  Henry Albert Barbe, 56, Hotchkiss, died Feb. 27, 2009, at North Fork Medical Clinic in Paonia. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Delta Taylor Funeral Service Chapel. Survivors include three sons, Hans of Castle Rock, ...


Interim community college chief to finish year in that role

By Staff

An interim vice president of community college affairs for Mesa State College has been named to fill the position for the remainder of the school year. Lynn Woellhof, an administrator for 11 years at Western Colorado Community College, will ...


Fire, police facilities get upgrades

By Staff

The Grand Junction police and fire departments are making do with what they have. In light of voters recent rejection of a multimillion-dollar proposal to build a new public safety facility for the city and a couple new fire houses, both ...


Old fruit-packing warehouse needs some TLC, owner says

By Staff

The building was built in 1907 “to pack fruit,” says Bert Whittenberg, owner of Whittenberg West Construction Services. His company is remodeling an old warehouse on the northwest corner of Sixth Street and Pitkin Avenue, for a ...


Blotter: March 04, 2009

By Staff

Lying to police alleged • Two people were arrested on suspicion of giving false information to police to avoid being issued a ticket for theft, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Jose Esparza, 21, and Maria Morales, ...


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