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Proximity of resorts, convenience lights up Christmas decorating biz

By Staff

The Christmas decorating business is lighting up, despite tough economic times, with another holiday lighting service joining the area business scene. Rick Silverberg, formerly a decorator for Christmas Decor by Grow Green LLC in Grand ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz November 16, 2006

By Staff

Sign of the times: Madonna’s Denver show last week seemed to be a ray of light in a bad economy based upon the number of people willing to shell out $300 and more for tickets that went on sale in May. However, there were two vacant ...


Briefs: Local Sports November 17, 2008

By Staff

• Snowsport specialists from Board and Buckle Co. will offer a free seminar on care and tune-up of skis and snowboards at 6 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Mesa County Central Library, The library is at 530 Grand Ave. Information: ...


Regis ends Mesa State volleyball tourney run

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No matter what Mesa State’s volleyball team tried Sunday, nothing could stop Regis University from winning the RMAC championship and claiming the No. 8 seed in this week’s NCAA Division II Central Region tournament. The Rangers ...


Two Mesa State wrestlers place in Wyoming Open

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College’s Jeremy Ensley and James Breidel each placed in the top four in the University of Wyoming Open on Saturday in Laramie, Wyo. Ensley, a junior wrestling unattached because of eligibility problems, took third in the ...


Death Notices: November 17, 2008

By Staff

•  Ila May Eversol, 83, Palisade, died Nov. 15, 2008, at her home. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Snell-McLean Funeral Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Grand ...


Public lands bill pinched by economy

By The Daily Sentinel

With Congress scheduled to return for a lame-duck session beginning this week, the top priority will clearly be the economy. A new stimulus package will be on the agenda, along with extending unemployment benefits. A bailout bill for the Big ...


Seven Aphorisms vs. the Ten Commandments

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been months since the hotly debated question of church and state has come up in Mesa County. Not so in Pleasant Grove, Utah, a small city between Provo and Salt Lake City. It’s religious dispute made it to the Supreme Court ...


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Souper Kids products ending

By Staff

A part-time job is not an unusual means to finance college tuition. But not many high school students can say a portion of the profits from their successful business will cover their higher-education bills. It’s almost unbelievable ...


Auditors will review state immigration law

By Staff

State auditors will review whether state and local law enforcement agencies are complying with a 2006 state law requiring them to alert federal agencies when they suspect someone might be an illegal immigrant, according to state Rep. Steve ...


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