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Boy slashes girl’s throat at Montrose High School

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MONTROSE — Samantha Squirrell had just walked through the front doors of Montrose High School with her older brother, Sheldon. Her friends, sisters Mallory and Mae Haulman, were a few feet in front of them in the school’s crowded ...


School board studies options after bond fails

By Staff

The District 51 board of education narrowed its growth management plans to three Tuesday and instructed a committee to investigate the viability of each option after voters rejected a $185 million bond last week. The committee will report to ...


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SOW: Brittany Wood November 12, 2008

By Amy Hamilton

Central High School senior Brittany Wood relishes the power of playing her trombone. The slight 18-year-old whose interests also span the environment, military and the arts, giggles when she confesses that the music she plays sometimes brings ...


FD: Wine Column November 12, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

There’s a dustup on the wine blogging trail and it all has to do with ethics, perceived, actual and otherwise. The background in a wine glass: Earlier this summer, Rodney Strong Vineyards sent wine blogger Jeff Lefevere ...


FD: Hats off to the chef

By Staff

Any culinary student can try out for the team, but there is still one ultimate test of dedication. “Can you get up at 5 in the morning?” asked Jon St. Peter, faculty member at Western Colorado Community College and coach of the ...


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After roaming the mountains for a decade, Vietnam vet struggles to reclaim his identity —&#160

By Staff

When doctors told Richard Miley in the spring of 1981 the bone cancer in his left leg was going to kill him, he made up his mind. ¶ He was ready to die but not in a hospital. With death looming, Miley, a Vietnam War veteran stricken with ...


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Game just out of reach for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

Sometimes it is easy to forget about the important things in football. As years past, numbers, statistics and even end results get lost in the memories of coaches and players. So although Palisade lost a tough first-round game 30-28 to ...


GJ’s Wright helps USA capture cup in Turkey

By Adele Israel

For the second consecutive year, Susan Wright helped the U.S. women’s 50-older tennis team capture the ultimate prize. The Grand Junction woman led the USA to their Maria Bueno Cup title recently in Antalya, Turkey. USA defeated ...


Death Notices: November 11, 2008

By Staff

•  Carl Q. Anderson, 81, Grand Junction, died Nov. 8, 2008, at his daughter’s home in Louisville. Services will take place at 10 a.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church. Mr. Anderson was the former president of KREX ...


Thank you, veterans

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I, which for 20 years was known as the War to End All Wars. It is also the day officially set aside to honor America’s military veterans, regardless of the branch of the military they ...


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