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TV station returns to air today

By Staff

Local news channel KREX-TV is re-launching the My Network TV affiliate channel KGJT starting today, said station general manager Ron Tillery. My Network TV carries programming like WWE SmackDown, sitcoms and movies on channel 27 over the air ...


Wrestlers inching up in RMAC

By Allen Gemaehlich

Each year the Mesa State College wrestling team makes a little progress. This year, the RMAC wrestling coaches foresee the Mavericks making a little more. The Mavericks, who finished ninth in the conference last year, are picked to finish ...


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Anderson played major role in getting men’s soccer team up and running at Mesa State

By Allen Gemaehlich

Eric Anderson isn’t ready for this weekend to come and go. For the Mesa State College senior from Smithfield, Utah, it will likely be the end of a soccer career when the Mavericks close out their season with home games against Regis and ...


Gateway Canyons Resorts halts expansion

By Staff

The sluggish economy is taking a toll on local tourism, with officials at Gateway Canyons Resort putting the brakes on several expansion plans. Gateway Canyons Resort is postponing construction of 80 guest rooms, employee housing, a golf ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase October 29, 2008

By Staff

•  The Christ Center facility will have a groundbreaking for its new ministry center at 12:30 p.m. Friday on the corner of 12th Street and Bookcliff Avenue. The center will support many campus ministries at Mesa State College. ...


Water district asks Redlands residents for tax increase

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The owners of about 350 houses on the Redlands will decide on Tuesday whether to boost their property tax to keep their irrigation water flowing. The Panorama Improvement District is asking its voters to increase their mill levy by about half ...


Two issued summonses in incident involving gun

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department issued summonses to two suspects on suspicion they were involved in a gun-brandishing incident Monday night at a C&F Food Store. Police issued a summons to Peter Lumas, 29, on suspicion of prohibited ...


Your vote will count

By The Daily Sentinel

Despite the Halloween Week scare tactics of some anonymous callers, votes cast in Mesa County this general election will be counted. Mesa County Elections Division officials have spent thousands of hours over the past year to make sure the ...


Stevens’ re-election won’t help the GOP

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans looking for a reversal of their rapidly declining fortunes won’t get much comfort from the news out of Washington, D.C., Monday. Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens — a fixture on Capitol Hill for 40 years and leader of the GOP ...


Chamber backs trucking firm

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In a stance that firmly backs Brady Trucking’s push for industrial zoning along the Colorado River, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted to oppose allowing voters to change zoning decisions made by local ...


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