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Briefs: OA On Stage June 05, 2009

By Staff

Mesa State College • Four one-act plays presented by Mesa State College students, “At Least He Isn’t Drunk,” “Legend of Jesus Morales,” Training the Bear” and “Scooch,” Moss Performing ...


Briefs: OA Know Life June 05, 2009

By Staff

Stand-up comedian, actor and author Jeff Korn will present a night out at the theater with his new one-man show “Know Life.” “Comedian/Actor Jeff Korn stands boldly at a crossroads in his life and tackles the monumental task ...


Briefs: OA Farmer’s Market June 05, 2009

By Staff

The weekly social event you’ve been waiting for starts Thursday, June 11, in downtown Grand Junction. The American National Bank Farmers Market is from 5–8:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Sept. 17 in the 300 through 700 blocks of ...


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Jorge and Tonto hit the events circuit on Western Slope

By Melinda Mawdsley

Children react in one of two ways when they meet Jorge and Tonto. “Either the little kids want to ride them or they don’t,” Maggie Repp said. Repp owns Bartels Livestock ranch outside Loma, the home of Jorge and Tonto, two ...


Kayaker missing in Eagle County

By Staff

Search efforts will continue today for a kayaker who went missing Thursday in Eagle County. The 29-year-old man reportedly fell into the Ladders area of Gore Creek Thursday afternoon. Vail Public Safety Communication Center received a call ...


Henrietta Hay Column June 05, 2009

By Henrietta Hay

“How long does it take you to write a column?” asked a third-grader when I was speaking to his class several years ago. I gave him the same answer I give everybody else who asks that question: “A lifetime.” There is no ...


History Here and Now Column June 05, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Mr. W.C. Meserve, a Whitewater businessman who was in real estate, loans, investments and insurance, as well as being the justice of the peace, included the following on the back of his 1903 stationery: “Whitewater occupies ...


Olive branches and tough talk in Egypt

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama used his own Islamic heritage and American history to reach out to the world’s Muslims during a speech in Cairo Thursday. But, equally important, Obama made it clear the United States remains committed to the fight ...


Rocky Mountain high

By The Daily Sentinel

The good news is Coloradans may not be getting drunk as much as they were a few years ago, according to the latest National Survey on Drug Abuse and Health. In fact, Colorado is the only state that showed a decrease in the percentage of ...


Briefs: Local News June 05, 2009

By Staff

Humanities Ride scheduled June 20 • The seventh annual Humanities Ride, an all-bike poker run benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County, will be June 20. Participants can sign in at Motorcycle Accessories, 2060 E. Main St., ...


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