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Briefs: Local Sports October 20, 2008

By Staff

Soccer • GJ U12 Fire Premier team gets shutout The Grand Junction Soccer Club’s U12 Fire FC Premier team defeated Stingers Red of Denver 2-0 on Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park. Leah Swander and Samantha Melchor scored ...

Tigers get final playoff spot in 5A state soccer tournament

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys soccer team was relieved when it received word Sunday that it had qualified for the Class 5A state playoffs. There was some bad news that went along with it. The Tigers received the 32nd and final playoff ...

Season-high 3 goals lifts Mesa women to victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s soccer team had no problem finding the net this time. The Mavericks (10-6-1, 5-4-0 RMAC) kicked the ball into the back of the net on three of their five shots on goal, scoring a season-high three goals in ...

Fourth suspect jailed in case of meth lab

By Staff

A fourth suspect was arrested in connection with the finding of a possible methamphetamine lab at 2945 Kannah Creek Road in Whitewater. Jeffrey Maxedon, 44, who lives at the residence along with other suspects Kelly (Patterson) Cyr, 50, and ...

Annual city leaf pickup begins today

By Staff

City of Grand Junction crews will begin picking up leaves from homes within city limits starting today and continuing until mid-December as part of the city’s annual leaf pickup program. Kristin Winn, spokeswoman for the city’s ...

Alleged hit-and-run leaves woman dead

By Staff

A woman is dead and a man in jail after an alleged hit-and-run fatality that occurred just before 6 p.m. Sunday. Grand Junction police said a pickup driven by 25-year-old Brand Walton reportedly hit a car at the intersection of 30 and D 1/2 ...

Death Notices: October 20, 2008

By Staff

•  Thelma “Zelma” Farrington, 83, Grand Junction died on Oct. 18, 2008, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Visitation will be at 1 p.m. and services will be at 2 p.m. on Wednesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Survivors ...


Early voting begins today

By The Daily Sentinel

Many Mesa County residents will head to the polls today, and through the end of next week, to get their voting done early. That certainly makes sense, since voters will be confronted with the longest election ballot in the county’s ...

West Slope welcomes Gov. Sarah Palin

By The Daily Sentinel

When late afternoon rolls around today, expect traffic to be heavy around Suplizio Field at Lincoln Park. Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who also happens to be the Republican vice presidential candidate, is scheduled to speak at Suplizio Field ...

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Cedaredge skate park in jeopardy

By Staff

CEDAREDGE — After the Cedaredge Skate Park opened about a year ago, it was closed for weeks because a 12-year-old was injured. Now, town trustee Nelson Cederberg said the park still has “serious problems” and might have to be ...

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