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Mercury the Wonder Cat aids columnist

By Henrietta Hay

Mercury the Wonder Cat says it is time to give him some publicity. And since he is more or less in charge of things around here, here is his column. Cats are amazing animals. Mercury wanted to write it, but I had to say no. After all, I have a ...


The president and the pupils

By The Daily Sentinel

This year, it appears, every classroom in School District 51 will show President Barack Obama’s televised address to America’s school children, thanks to a decision by the District 51 school board. Good for the board. Every child ...


Justice Marquez

By The Daily Sentinel

There is certainly a good deal of hometown pride in seeing Monica Marie Marquez appointed to a seat on the Colorado Supreme Court by Gov. Bill Ritter. Marquez is a 1987 graduate of Grand Junction High School — the valedictorian of that ...


Flags at half-mast for chaplain killed in Afghanistan

By Staff

The U.S. and government flags are being flown at half-mast today in honor of U.S. Army Capt. Dale Goetz. Goetz, 43, died in the Arghandab River Valley in Afghanistan Aug. 30. He was the first Army chaplain to have died in combat since 1970. ...


Driver who caused six-car crash suffered fatal heart condition

By Paul Shockley

An 81-year-old Grand Junction man suffered a fatal heart condition before causing a six-car crash Wednesday, authorities said today. The Grand Junction Police Department said in a news release that Clyde Riegel suffered an aortic aneurism ...


Obama education speech time set

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President Barack Obama will deliver his second annual back-to-school speech to K-12 students at 11 a.m. Tuesday. A time had not been revealed as of Wednesday, when School District 51 sent letters home with students asking parents if their ...


Colo. shares Publisher’s Clearing House settlement

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is getting $320,000 in a multi-state settlement with Publishers Clearing House over allegations its mailings deceived consumers. The payout is Colorado’s share of a $3.5 million settlement with 32 states. The ...


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Grand Junction grad on state’s high court

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction native now sits on the Colorado Supreme Court. That happened Wednesday when Gov. Bill Ritter named Monica Marquez to the high court. The 41-year-old, who heads the State Services Division in the Colorado Attorney ...


Valley under red flag warning

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A day after a cool, rainy day, the Grand Valley is under a red flag warning this afternoon, as strong winds and low humidity could create ideal conditions for fires to spread quickly. The warning is in effect for northwest Colorado and ...


Orchard Ave. gets national honor

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Orchard Avenue Elementary School is one of six Colorado schools recognized today as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. The school, located at 1800 Orchard Ave., was the only one in Colorado that is not located on the ...


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