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FD: Wine Column December 10, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Once or twice a week, I slip down the stairs into Sal Sassano’s basement where our 2008 syrah is sitting in glass carboys, perched on wooden shelves like choir boys peeking down from the loft. The wine still is fermenting and ...


Briefs: FD Open House December 10, 2008

By Staff

Yvon and Joanna Gros of Leroux Creek Inn and Vineyards will host a holiday open house and special vertical tasting from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the winery, 12388 3100 Road, Hotchkiss. The event features the Leroux Creek ...


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Twenty-two-year-old Amy Arrington loves to dance

By Patrick Bahr

Amy Arrington loves to dance. The 22-year-old moved from Hawaii to attend the Mesa State College dance program two years ago. Last March, she was gearing up for the summer and her final year of school. Arrington pushed herself, dancing ...


Briefs: Local Sports December 09, 2008

By Staff

Taekwondo • Ten Grand Junction children participated and won medals in the Rocky Mountain Open last weekend at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Adrian Herman, 8, won a gold medal in sparring when he scored the ...


Bill Grant Column December 09, 2008

By Bill Grant

The Pueblo Chieftain reports, “Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar’s name appears to be falling off the list of likely nominees (for secretary of the interior) this week, although the first-term Democrat campaigned vigorously for Barack ...


Briefs: Local News December 09, 2008

By Staff

Powderhorn postpones opening date • Unseasonable temperatures and a lack of snow have forced officials at Powderhorn Ski Resort to postpone the start of the resort’s 42nd year of operation. Initially scheduled to open Thursday, a ...


Death Notices: December 09, 2008

By Staff

•  Chayton J. Aragon, 4, Fruita, died Dec. 7, 2008, at his home. Visitation will be at noon Friday at Snell-McLean Funeral Home chapel with services to follow at 2 p.m. Survivors include his parents, Anthony and Lorena of ...


Museum exhibits money woes

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County Commissioners may have believed their plan for contributing to the Museum of Western Colorado next year would be viewed as generous. After all, by designating $500,000 for museum operations and another $100,000 for capital ...


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Crumbling roads carry a hefty bill

By Staff

Several streets within the Bookcliff Ranches subdivision are falling apart, less than a decade after they were built and accepted into Mesa County’s road system. In addition, many residents of the subdivision have been plagued by water ...


Citizen Obama

By The Daily Sentinel

Score one for Barack Obama’s ability to legally reside in the White House — although Monday’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court won’t end the wild speculation about his birth status by the black-helicopter, conspiracy ...


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