CMU lacrosse plays an exhibition game vs. CSU

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Colorado Mesa University and Colorado State University teams compete in an exhibition game at Walker Field Saturday.
CMU’s season begins next Saturday at home against Westminster College.

Pro bike race canceled this year

Officials have put the brakes on a professional cycling race that may have started with an opening stage in Grand Junction this summer.





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