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Death Notices: April 10, 2009

By Staff

•  Marlayne Tucker-Turner, 57, Clifton, died April 8, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Canyon View Vineyard Church. Mrs. Tucker-Turner was a commercial real estate agent for Caldwell ...

Trial on Internet luring postponed until Sept. 21

By Amy Hamilton

It’s been more than two years since local law enforcement arrested a Grand Junction High School administrator on suspicion of being an Internet predator, but it won’t be until the fall when a jury will decide the fate of Johnnie ...

Ski resorts open for Easter

By Dave Buchanan

Easter traditionally marks the end of the ski season, but the recent spate of new snow, with some resorts reporting close to 20 inches, brought conditions at many areas to near midwinter quality. Resorts that still are open include Telluride, ...

Henrietta Hay Column April 10, 2009

By Henrietta Hay

“This train’s got the disappearing railroad blues.” I wonder how many of the people who heard Arlo Guthrie sing that song at the Avalon Theatre recently can remember that long, lonely whistle in the night as the train headed ...

Cutting to save higher education

By The Daily Sentinel

We have to admit we’re not thrilled with most of the cuts in state spending being proposed at the state Capitol this week. That’s the problem with cutting budgets. Every piece of spending was enacted to meet a perceived need, and ...


Sign of the times: Man tries new tactic in his search for job

By Amy Hamilton

Kenny Torsiello is kicking himself now for leaving his job three weeks ago when his hours were set to be reduced. Instead of waiting around at home these days for employers to contact him, the 41-year-old is taking his message to the ...

Briefs: Local News April 10, 2009

By Staff

Winemakers dinner on April 24 • The Grand Valley Winery Association will have a Winemakers dinner April 24 at Two Rivers Winery, 2087 Broadway. Cost is $87.50 per person for the five–course meal that will include eight ...

Senate rejects pay cuts for state employees

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The state Senate on a voice vote Thursday rejected salary cuts, furloughs and reduced health-care spending that proponents said were needed to preserve higher education in Colorado. The vote ended a back-and-forth in which the Senate first ...

Blotter: April 10, 2009

By Staff

Plea entered in HIV case • A Grand Junction man accused of infecting his fiancee and their newborn baby with HIV pleaded not guilty to two counts of felony child abuse in his case. A trial for Shad Skov, 33, was set for August. ...

GJHS track coach suspended after scuffle

By Staff

Grand Junction High School head track coach and physical education teacher Darrell Simonton was suspended Thursday pending an investigation into an alleged scuffle on Wednesday night. Simonton, 45, Dustin Foraker, 27, and Clay Girtman, 19, ...

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