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Printed letters, Oct. 26, 2010

By Staff

Have you driven along Redlands Parkway from Patterson Road heading west recently? If so, you may have seen the brand-new junkyard that has been building up over the past few months. This totally inappropriate eyesore is certainly one way to ...

Sewer line breaks on 25 1/2 Road, crews on scene to repair

By The Daily Sentinel

An 18-inch sewer line reportedly broke at 12:30 p.m. at 25 1/2 Road between the Grand Junction Fire Department’s station No. 3, 582 25 1/2 Road, and the Kronkright baseball fields. The sewage spill ran down 25 1/2 Road until crews from ...

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Artist wins spread in popular magazine

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Justin Nordine may enjoy painting abstractly, but his ideas and plans for the future as an artist are clearly set in stone. Those ideas have won Nordine the Vox Populi award plus a two-page spread featuring his artwork and a $1,000 grant, ...

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Dancing partners, just a two-step away

By Rachel Sauer

There’s Vern and Bee (they dance like a dream) and Virginia in pink. There’s Dorothy, there’s Bobby, there’s Michael jazzing up every two-step he dances. Oh, the list could go on, two dozen names at least — ...

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Musicians bask in warmth of ukuleles, song

By Rachel Sauer

The room where they meet is boring — lined with gray filing cabinets, paneled in fake wood and peg board, beige-painted and quietly buzzing with fluorescent light. It’s functional. It’s blah. But 1, 2, 3, 4, 1 and they strum ...

DA mocks Nemnich testimony in closing arguments

By Paul Shockley

Referencing “space aliens” and supernatural powers, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger spent a good portion of his closing argument in Jerry Nemnich’s murder trial mocking Nemnich’s surprise testimony from ...

Colo. mountains could get up to 16 inches of snow; Independence Pass closed

By The AP

DENVER — An early season storm could bring up to 16 inches of new snow to parts of Colorado. The National Weather Service says between 8 to 16 inches are possible by noon Tuesday in central Colorado, including Vail and Aspen. Between 5 ...

Soccer playoff times announced

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The Fruita Monument and Grand Junction boys soccer teams will play its Class 5A first round state playoff games Tuesday evening, the schools announced. Fruita Monument plays Bear Creek at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Lakewood Memorial Park in Lakewood. ...

Rifle classes moved due to water outage

By Dennis Webb

An unexpected water outage at Wamsley Elementary School in Rifle has forced students there to be transferred to different schools within the city for classes today. Second- and third-graders are at Highland Elementary, and kindergarten, ...

Price of Wyo. coal rises 67 percent

By The AP

DENVER — The cost of coal used to power many of Colorado power plants is on the rise. The Denver Post reports that the price of coal from Wyoming’s Powder River Basin has risen 67 percent to $13.80 a ton. Jason Frisbie, power ...

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