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Mines ends Mavs’ soccer season in overtime

By Brian Miller

ARVADA — The Mesa State College women’s soccer team knew that in order to advance in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament, the Mavericks couldn’t allow Colorado School of Mines standout Kayla Mitchell to be the ...


McMillens part of Mesa’s building block

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jackie and Jordan McMillen were once considering going to different schools to get their education, but that simply would’ve been a little weird. When it came down to it, the Montrose sisters — identical twins — ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase November 06, 2008

By Staff

•  A marketing seminar features Grand Junction’s top marketing professionals will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. Cranium 360, Hovland Marketing, Signs First, The Lewis Agency, Prospect Mortgage and Merge 2 Media will ...

Gary Harmon Column November 06, 2008

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If you’re looking for the world’s biggest loser on Election Day, look no farther than western Colorado. The west side of the Continental Divide as recently as this spring aspired to run the show in Colorado, and why not? Grand ...

Death Notices: November 06, 2008

By Staff

•  Irene Viola Biocic, 90, Fruita, died Nov. 4, 2008, at The Willows. Services will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Mrs. Biocic was a homemaker. Survivors include three sons, Ron, ...

Rick Wagner Column November 06, 2008

By Rick Wagner

I did not want to take the space to rehash election results that will be beat into the readers’ head by every news and opinion/entertainment outlet on the face of the Earth. I felt like what we should all do is discuss the economic ...

City sought too much, lost what is needed

By The Daily Sentinel

Early this year, city of Grand Junction officials came to grips with the fact that western Colorado’s largest city badly needs a new police station. The current one is nearly 60 years old and it shows every day of its advanced age. ...

A win in Fruita?

By The Daily Sentinel

The second time may have been the charm for a proposed Fruita Recreation Center and a sales-tax increase to fund it. It appears Referred Measure 2C was approved by Fruita voters Tuesday. However, residents of Fruita may not know for weeks ...

Salazar sees no oil shale change by Obama team

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The pending change from the Bush administration to the Obama administration probably won’t change the nation’s approach to oil shale, Sen. Ken Salazar, D-Colo., said Wednesday. The existing program of allowing companies to ...

GarCo employee loses sensitive data disk

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County mailed notices to 7,000 people after a Department of Human Services employee took a disk with sensitive data home and then lost it. Those notified are past Human Services program applicants and recipients, and the data ...

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